Frequent check-ups, oil changes, and general maintenance are vital to keeping your Volkswagen running smoothly. People let their prized vehicles run into states of disrepair, making Volkswagen Repair costs higher than they need to be. That in mind, we have written up this list of all the information a driver should know to keep their vehicle in prime condition. A comprehensive list of insider knowledge, common problems, and enlightening statistics are included below. Keeping informed will help keep your car running smoothly, but for those times when even knowledge can’t keep it going, our contact information for our exemplary, industry-leading repair services have been listed below.
Volkswagen vehicles are world-renowned for their stellar build quality, affordable price point, and eye-catching aesthetics. It’s no surprise, then, that the brand has earned itself the title of ‘the people’s car’. All over the world, the German manufacturer is associated with serving the average-joe with reliable, quality vehicles that get where they need to go and then some. Ever since the early 1950s, the demand for the brand has been sky-high, far outpacing both American and Japanese automakers by a significant margin. This popularity holds true today, making your vehicle more than your personal transportation–it’s a valuable commodity, and we make sure to treat it as such.
While Volkswagen cars may be some of the best available, the brand still has a few common problems associated with certain models. The brand has garnered some bad press for its ongoing troubles with ABS light mishaps, which have caused drivers more than a few headaches. Some more common problems include engine oil leaks, brakes locking up, and malfunctioning horns. Issues with the more modern models, or those with completely digital displays, include clutter and internal malfunctions that cause the display to be muddled or generally illegible. Fortunately, our fiercely passionate and incredibly knowledgeable mechanics can take care of these issues quickly and with at an industry-leading price point. If any of these seem like something that may be ailing your car, contact us immediately!
Volkswagen is a storied manufacturer with dozens of different models. So, it’s understandable that there are a lot of questions people have regarding the brand. For starters; are warranty transferrable from driver to a driver? This inquiry is an extremely pressing concern for a vehicle shared between families, and as such the manufacturer has responded in the affirmative: all warranties are transferrable from driver to driver. There are also growing concerns among owners as to whether or not their vehicle is affected by a recall. Volkswagen’s answer is a comprehensive list. Also, it’s available on its website, which lists whether or not your brand has been affected by any sort of manufacturing controversy. Lastly, if this is at all a concern for you or your family, be sure to give it a read.
Lastly, here is a comprehensive list of all Volkswagen cars we can service. The list includes models from the 90s to the present, ensuring the odds of our being able to provide you with exemplary service.
- Amarok (2009–present)
- Ameo (2016–present)
- Arteon (2017–present)
- Atlas (2017–present, also sold as Volkswagen Teramont)
- Caddy (1980–present)
- California (2003–present)
- Fox (2005–present)
- Gol G5 (2008–present, also sold as Pointer)
- Golf Mk7 (2012–present)
- Jetta A6 (2010–present)
- Lavida (2008–present)
- Beetle A5 (2011–present)
- Passat B8 (2014–present, also sold as Passat GT)
- Passat “B7” (2012–present)
- Polo Mk5 (2009–present)
- Sharan (1995–present)
- Tiguan (2009–present)
- Touareg II (2010–present)
- Touran (2003–present)
- Transporter T6 (2015–present)
- Up (2011–present)
Lastly, to keep your Volkswagen running as smoothly as possible, contact our mechanics in Winston-Salem at Cloverdale Auto for service or a FREE estimate at your earliest convenience. Call Today to schedule a Volkswagen Repair Service (336) 331 – 3448