When it comes to high-quality and high-value family and executive cars, Volkswagen sedans rank highly in the segment. Though not all are luxury models, they are well-appointed and very good-looking. This is tempered with spacious, well-specced interiors and capacious cargo holds. All of this combines to keep VW sedans competitive in a market that has lost a lot of its popularity in the US.
This is a list of the Volkswagen sedan models currently for sale in the USA:
|Volkswagen Arteon||300 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$43,010|
|Volkswagen CC||200 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$34,475|
|Volkswagen GLI||200 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$23,745|
|Volkswagen ID.7||302 hp||Electric||TBC|
|Volkswagen Jetta||158 hp||1.5L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$20,655|
|Volkswagen Passat||174 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$27,575|
|Volkswagen Jetta GLI||228 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$31,585|
|Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid||170 hp||1.4L Inline-4 Hybrid||$31,120|
Volkswagen currently has one of the larger lineups of sedans among the various automakers. Most are affordable and make for great commuters, but that isn’t all they have going for them. This is especially true when you consider that most of the remaining sedans are also high-value propositions. So how else do new VW sedans stand out from the competition?