We've welcomed a mk8 VW Golf GTE to our long-term test fleet for six months.
Volkswagen has introduced a new plug-in hybrid version for the Golf, known as the eHybrid.
The Volkswagen e-Golf has achieved the strongest residual value in the electric car market, according to a study by CompareTheMarket.
Civic slipping down the table leaves German cars occupying the top six places, reports Matt de Prez
Vokswagen is expanding the Mk8 Golf line-up with the introduction of a new estate model and an Alltrack 4x4.
The seventh generation of this premium saloon was a clear winner when Fleet News’ readers were asked to choose their favourite new company car of 2019.
Volkswagen has revealed the prices and CO2 emissions for some of the new Golf range, which is available to order from February 6.
The Volkswagen Golf was found to be the most popular new car in 2019, according to data from AutoTrader.
More efficient powertrains and high spec levels should keep new Golf at top of fleet wish lists.
Volkswagen’s Golf is a mainstay of fleets up and down the country. But is the latest iteration of this fleet favourite still a safe bet?
Volkswagen’s partnership with car sharing club Zipcar UK has delivered over 250,000 miles zero-emission driving in London, since it joined the fleet in July 2018.
After six months on our fleet, the VW eGolf has proved its worth by reducing fuel spend and banishing range anxiety.
A harmful chemical discovered in a component could force the Volkswagen Group to recall 124,000 electric and hybrid cars from its VW, Audi and Porsche brands.
Volkswagen will launch a mild-hybrid version of the Golf as part of its strategy to gradually electrify almost every vehicle in its range of models.
Volkswagen has added a new 1.5-litre TSI ACT engine to the Golf range, which promises fuel consumption of 58mpg.
Fleet News assembled a team of fleet managers to help assess the Vauxhall Insignia, VW Golf, Peugeot 3008 and BMW 5 Series
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