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VW VW Amarok Diesel Pick up Engine VW Amarok Diesel Pick up Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Beetle Engine VW Beetle Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Beetle Diesel Engine VW Beetle Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Bora Engine VW Bora Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Bora Diesel Engine VW Bora Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Caddy Engine VW Caddy Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Caddy Diesel Pick up Engine VW Caddy Diesel Pick up Average rating: 5 4 340
VW VW Caddy Diesel Van Engine VW Caddy Diesel Van Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Crafter Diesel Van Engine VW Crafter Diesel Van Average rating: 5 4 625
VW VW Eos Engine VW Eos Average rating: 5 4 340
VW VW Eos Diesel Engine VW Eos Diesel Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Fox Engine VW Fox Average rating: 5 4 217
VW VW Fox Diesel Engine VW Fox Diesel Average rating: 5 4 217
VW VW Golf Engine VW Golf Average rating: 5 4 50
VW VW Golf Cabriolet Engine VW Golf Cabriolet Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Golf Cabriolet Diesel Engine VW Golf Cabriolet Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Golf Diesel Engine VW Golf Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Golf Gti Engine VW Golf Gti Average rating: 5 4 190
VW VW Golf Plus Engine VW Golf Plus Average rating: 5 4 217
VW VW Golf Plus Diesel Engine VW Golf Plus Diesel Average rating: 5 4 340
VW VW Jetta Engine VW Jetta Average rating: 5 4 50
VW VW Jetta Diesel Engine VW Jetta Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW LT Engine VW LT Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW LT Diesel Van Engine VW LT Diesel Van Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Lupo Engine VW Lupo Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Passat Engine VW Passat Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Passat CC Engine VW Passat CC Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Passat CC Diesel Engine VW Passat CC Diesel Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Passat Diesel Engine VW Passat Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Phaeton Engine VW Phaeton Average rating: 5 4 625
VW VW Phaeton Diesel Engine VW Phaeton Diesel Average rating: 5 4 625
VW VW Polo Engine VW Polo Average rating: 5 4 50
VW VW Polo Classic Engine VW Polo Classic Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Polo Classic Diesel Engine VW Polo Classic Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Polo Diesel Engine VW Polo Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Scirocco Engine VW Scirocco Average rating: 5 4 160
VW VW Scirocco Diesel Engine VW Scirocco Diesel Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Sharan Engine VW Sharan Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Sharan Diesel Engine VW Sharan Diesel Average rating: 5 4 133
VW VW Tiguan Engine VW Tiguan Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Tiguan Diesel Engine VW Tiguan Diesel Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Touareg Engine VW Touareg Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Touareg 4x4 Diesel Engine VW Touareg 4x4 Diesel Average rating: 5 4 625
VW VW Touran Diesel van Engine VW Touran Diesel van Average rating: 5 4 340
VW VW Touran Van Engine VW Touran Van Average rating: 5 4 217
VW VW Transporter T5 Engine VW Transporter T5 Average rating: 5 4 550
VW VW Transporter T5 Diesel Engine VW Transporter T5 Diesel Average rating: 5 4 340
Image Models Price (From)
VW Amarok Diesel Pick up Engine £550
VW Beetle Engine £133
VW Beetle Diesel Engine £133
VW Bora Engine £133
VW Bora Diesel Engine £133
VW Caddy Engine £133
VW Caddy Diesel Pick up Engine £340
VW Caddy Diesel Van Engine £133
VW Crafter Diesel Van Engine £625
VW Eos Engine £340
VW Eos Diesel Engine £550
VW Fox Engine £217
VW Fox Diesel Engine £217
VW Golf Engine £50
VW Golf Cabriolet Engine £133
VW Golf Cabriolet Diesel Engine £133
VW Golf Diesel Engine £133
VW Golf Gti Engine £190
VW Golf Plus Engine £217
VW Golf Plus Diesel Engine £340
VW Jetta Engine £50
VW Jetta Diesel Engine £133
VW LT Engine £133
VW LT Diesel Van Engine £133
VW Lupo Engine £133
VW Passat Engine £133
VW Passat CC Engine £550
VW Passat CC Diesel Engine £550
VW Passat Diesel Engine £133
VW Phaeton Engine £625
VW Phaeton Diesel Engine £625
VW Polo Engine £50
VW Polo Classic Engine £133
VW Polo Classic Diesel Engine £133
VW Polo Diesel Engine £133
VW Scirocco Engine £160
VW Scirocco Diesel Engine £550
VW Sharan Engine £133
VW Sharan Diesel Engine £133
VW Tiguan Engine £550
VW Tiguan Diesel Engine £550
VW Touareg Engine £550
VW Touareg 4x4 Diesel Engine £625
VW Touran Diesel van Engine £340
VW Touran Van Engine £217
VW Transporter T5 Engine £550
VW Transporter T5 Diesel Engine £340
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VW Engine History

About the history of Volkswagen (VW) cars it is the fact that it is the best car ever, in 1930s, Adolf Hitler was looking for someone who could manufacture a low cost vehicle, affordable for the common German workers. Ferdinand Porsche was the man who was busy in research and development for the cost effective cars that can hold up a small family and still give the feel of a real car. It was the time when only rich people can own a car and most companies were not interested in making a cheap car. Because the Porsche was famous for the designing of cars for others at that time so they were unable to find their desired company to produce a cheap car. However Hitler certainly not learned to drive, he was extremely concerned in cars, he also produced the autobahn, which show the way to the U.S. interstate highways. Hitler sought after the car to hold four people. It was to be cooled by air as an alternative of water. The car required to be quick to travel no less than 100 km/h, or in relation to 60 mph, and use no in excess of 7 liters of gasoline for 100 kilometres or about 40 mpg. No one in the Germany was ready to produce the car with these features. Adolf Hitler than decided to form a car company run by the government and it started producing low cost cars under the name of KDF-Wagen. It means that 'strength through joy' and some of the models were made up and than in 1938, it was closed due to the World War II. Factory started building Jeeps for military use. After the war factory again started producing cars but few in the specific time frame and the British military was the in charge of this section of the Germany. They tried to reinstall the factory and Henry Ford offered them to do it for free, but soon they realise that it was the wrong decision and then the Volkswagen group came ahead to produce the cars by their own. Heinz Nordhoff was the man who led the Volkswagen. Initially they produce only beetles however in 1950; the bus was introduced with the name of type 2 with the engine on the back of the vehicle. It was very popular and well known all over the world. Beetle became the most selling car later. Last beetle was built in the Mexico in 2004 and then it was refreshed with the new beetle that looks like the old beetle but very different in design. In 2005 Volkswagen introduced the fifth generation of the golf model, flag bearer model GTi with the VW DSG and FSI technologies. VW has evolved a long way since 80s but the fifth generation of their GTi finally fitted with the1600cc eight valve engines.