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The new Volkswagen Polo, Golf and Passat BlueMotion radically reduce your fuel costs

New Volkswagen Polo, Golf and Passat BlueMotion radically reduces fuel costs
  • Polo BlueMotion: 3.3 litre economy – 100 kilometres for just 3.50 Euros!
  • Golf BlueMotion: 3.8 litre economy – most economical Golf of all times!
  • Passat BlueMotion: 4.4 litre economy – 1,591 kilometres to next fuel stop!

‘BlueMotion’ is the best known German automotive environmental label. It debuted in 2006 with the first generation of the Polo BlueMotion, and its combined fuel con sumption figure of just 3.9 litres per 100 kilometres was the best in the world for a five-seat car. At the same time, this Polo represented the beginning of a product offensive being conducted today under the ‘BlueMotion-Technologies’ umbrella brand, which is as unique as it is successful. Volkswagen is now presenting the three key high-volume models in its range as newly designed BlueMotion versions: the Polo, Golf and Passat. All three Volkswagens are equipped with an exceedingly innovative high-tech package, yet they are affordable for all car drivers. This package includes new common rail TDI engines, recovery of braking energy by regenerative braking, a Stop-Start system and refined aerodynamic components.

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2009 Volkswagen Touareg 3.0 TDI Review

Kurt Gensheimer has a great review on the 2009 Volkswagen Touareg 3.0 TDI. It actually is one of the better written reviews too! Yes it’s on a Touareg but it really pulls out the key facts and is non-biased. He only gives it one “ding” on the fact it has no third row seating but later follows it up with reasoning. A must read for those who are looking at TDI in general or this particular model.

Great read, gallery and more.

2009 Volkswagen Touareg 3.0 TDI Review

$43K, 30 mpg and 406 lb. ft torque = A No-Brainer

We Americans are stubborn folk. Once we make up our mind on a topic, there’s no going back no matter what. Want proof? Take for instance the antiquated opinion most Americans still have about diesel cars. Despite the horrible reputation of stench, pollution, gutlessness and noise that diesels built for themselves in the past, based on the sales of diesel cars in America today, we still can’t seem to get past this old – and now completely unwarranted – reputation.

Repeat after me – ‘Diesel are powerful, clean, fuel efficient and quiet.’ Say it again. Then keep saying it until you actually believe it and would consider buying a diesel as your next vehicle.

2009 Volkswagen Touareg 3.0 TDI Review – $43K, 30 mpg and 406 lb. ft torque = A No-Brainer

The new SEAT Exeo ST will be available in the dealership network

The new SEAT Exeo ST will be available in the dealership network
  • New family style body for those seeking greater space and practicality
  • New BOSE sound system and new WIV variable maintenance system
  • Available in five engine choices – three petrol and two common rail Diesel
  • The Spanish brand’s sporty SEAT Exeo sedan range has been extended with the arrival on the market of the estate ST version, a tremendously functional car that combines luxury, comfort and spaciousness with the traditional sporty philosophy that characterises all SEAT models.

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