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A short history on the Volkswagen Beetle story and its roots.
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Point A. Point B. All the performance in between. The 2015 VW Passat.
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VW 'WINGS' WINS NIELSEN'S TOP AUTO AD AWARD!
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At Guelph VW we get lots of questions from our customers about our cars.

These great videos produce by Volkswagen help answer some concerns people have with a bit of humour.
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The availability of diesel fuel is increasing. Regionally, Canada has the highest proportion of diesel availability, found at 7 out of every 10 gas stations. Drivers can search for diesel station locations at the Petro Canada website.
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Recent studies show that while most diesels cost more than gasoline-powered cars, they save money in the long run due to savings in fuel costs and engine life. This is how the Volkswagen Jetta diesel fared on the website that did a cost comparison for diesel powered vehicles, www.BankRate.com.

It's time to acknowledge diesel-fueled vehicles for what they really are - a clean, quiet, powerful and efficient choice for today's discerning driver.
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In this great video produced by Volkswagen, learn how to check your tire wear and know if it is time to replace your tires.
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The diesels of the 80s and early 90s were not designed to win any races, but modern diesel cars and trucks have power-to-weight ratios comparable to their gas burning counterparts. Diesel engines are coming from the factory with more than 350 horsepower and 750 lb./ft. of torque. All modern diesel engines now have turbochargers that provide additional boost, which has made a big difference in performance.
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In the past, diesel engines have had a distinct knock to them, but modern diesels are equally as quiet as gas engines so it is virtually impossible to tell the difference. Auto manufacturers have made considerable strides in reducing noise, vibration, and harshness and today's engines sound nothing like they did a decade ago.
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