New 2016 Volkswagen Prices

Select a 2016 Volkswagen model below and get new prices

(Model years 2018 - 1942 including exotics and classic cars)
The iconic Beetle is back with the updated, open-air convertible version drawing wide appeal amongst loyalists.
The popular Volkswagen Beetle coupe returns for 2016 with added style and more amenities.
The midsized CC by Volkswagen offers a roomy interior, good fuel economy and plenty of standard and addable features to please buyers.
The e-Golf electric vehicle returns for 2016, offering a greener take on Volkswagen’s popular hatchback.
The Eos compact convertible offers room for four and excellent fuel economy with plenty of standard features.
The popular Golf hatchback returns in two and four-door versions to appeal its unwaveringly loyal fan base.
The popular and sporty Volkswagen Golf GTI offers two or four doors with plenty of customization options available for racing enthusiasts.
The Volkswagen Golf R offers roomy seating with a sporty hatchback feel that was made to own every curve and dip of the wide-open road.
Volkswagen’s ever-popular Golf SportWagen has plenty of interior room and that signature zip-and-go to satiate speed-hungry drivers.
The versatile Jetta sedan returns, packed with features and offered with a long list of trim levels and packages for buyers.
Volkswagen’s best-selling Passat offers comfort, convenience and a long list of addable options and upgrades.
The compact Tiguan comes outfitted with everything needed to tackle the road, no matter where the journey may take you.
The roomy but compact Touareg seats five and comes with plenty of trim levels and several engine options.

The most significant change in the 2016 Volkswagen line-up revolves around the Chattanooga, Tennessee produced Passat sedan. Featuring an all-new front and rear end design, the 2016 Volkswagen Passat also boasts refinements with interior equipment. All 2016 Passat models come standard with a Volkswagen's newest touchscreen-enabled infotainment system called MIB II. The MIB II suite is also available on most 2016 Volkswagen vehicles including the Beetle, Jetta and CC. 2016 Volkswagen models with MIB II systems promise even greater smartphone connectivity. Additional safety is found on the Volkswagen line-up starting with a new lighting package offered on the 2016 Beetle. Automatic Post-Collision Braking System has been expanded as standard equipment on the Beetle, Jetta and Touareg. Driver assistance technology is also available on a wider variety of vehicle in the 2016 Volkswagen line. Steering towards greater fuel efficiency, the 2016 Volkswagen Jetta replaces the 2.0-liter base engine with a 1.4-liter TSI powerplant. Using no combustible fuels, the 2016 Volkswagen e-Golf has been enhanced with a lower-cost SE model as well as an optional DC Fast Charging Package.