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Atlas

The Atlas is the German automaker's mid-size crossover SUV built on the same platform as the Golf. It can cope with up to seven occupants spread across 3 rows of seating inside its spacious cabin with cargo alongside them

Beetle

Making its first appearances in the 1930s, the Beetle would go on to become the longest-lasting model as well as the most produced one. In the late-1990s the nameplate was revived using the Golf platform as the New Beetle

Golf

The Golf took over from where the best-selling Beetle left off. It's a versatile compact car that has led to many spin-off models including the Jetta. Many know the Golf for kicking off the hot-hatch craze with its GTI performance trim

Jetta

The Jetta is the sedan version of the Golf that has been on sale since the late 1970s, it is heavily based on that hatchback. Over the years it has gone by many other names around the world including the Bora, Atlantic and as Vento

Passat

The Passat has been Volkswagen's mid-size or large-family car since the early 1970s. It sat on its own chassis for many years until recently where it was moved onto the MQB platform that is shared with most other models such as the Golf

Sharan

The Sharan was a joint project with Ford to create a people carrier to rival those already scooping up sales in Europe. It was initially based on a custom chassis but in 2010 moved over to the same one used under the Passat

Tiguan

The Tiguan is the German automaker's compact crossover SUV offering that is also available as a mid-size crossover SUV in its long-wheelbase format. Modern versions of the car share their platform with the Audi Q3

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