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Let the Golf Alltrack Monitor Your Blind Spots

Automotive safety continues to improve by leaps and bounds, and Volkswagen's Golf Alltrack has stayed on the cutting edge of driver assist technology. With the new Blind Spot Monitor technology, you'll be able to avoid being caught unaware of traffic while you drive.

The Golf's Blind Spot Monitor detects the presence of other vehicles in your blind spots using radar when you attempt to change lanes. The system alerts you with visual warnings in the side mirrors and by vibrating the steering wheel. The Active Blind Spot Monitor option will automatically counter-steer...



Traction Control and Power in the Volkswagen Tiguan

The Volkswagen Tiguan is a compact-sized SUV. It is just the right size for taking the family on trips and outings. There is plenty of room for people and the cargo that they need. The Volkswagen Tiguan is top-selling vehicle noted for its reliability.

The Volkswagen Tiguan comes standard with a 2.0-liter TSI turbo-charged engine. This engine produces up to 184 horsepower, and it provides up to 27 miles per gallon in highway driving. The Tiguan is equipped with 4MOTION all-wheel drive. This system monitors road conditions, and it adjusts the traction between the wheels as needed to avoid…

The Power Behind the 2018 Volkswagen Passat

Don't let the refined looks of the 2018 Volkswagen Passat fool you. This popular mid-sized sedan has the power to deliver a thrilling driving experience. There are two distinct engine options to choose from.

The first is a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine. The turbocharged technology forces cooled air directly into the engine for better performance. It can provide you with up to 174 horsepower and 184 pounds-foot of torque. When it comes to fuel economy, you can expect to get up to 25 MPG city and 36 MPG highway. The second option is 3.6-liter V6. With premium fuel…


Safety Features of the Volkswagen Beetle

This iconic compact car has been a popular choice among drivers for decades. The Volkswagen Beetle updates its classic design with state of the art safety features for a ride that's as safe as it is fun.

The chassis of the Beetle includes a high-strength cage made from quality steel. Paired with a Crash Response System that unlocks doors, turns off the fuel pump and deploys the airbags, drivers can be assured their ride is secure. In the event of a collision, the Beetle can also bring itself to a full stop on its own. Stability control and an…


Great Things Come in Small Packages with the Volkswagen Golf


The size of a compact car is great for many reasons, but don't think that just because the Golf is small that Volkswagen scrimped on technology. This popular compact car is loaded with technology that will make your life easier while also keeping you safer.

The Blind Spot Monitor will alert you of any vehicles that are in your blind spot by illuminating a symbol on your side mirror, letting you know not to change lanes. And the Rear View Camera System shows you what's behind your vehicle as you're backing up. This can save you from…


The Volkswagen Tiguan is a Well-Designed SUV

There are different reasons that you might choose to purchase an SUV. If you are looking for a compact SUV that is well designed and popular, look into the Volkswagen Tiguan.

Lithia Medford Volkswagen is here to show off the features of the Volkswagen Tiguan, including the beautiful sculpted hood and the way that it adds to the appearance of the vehicle, overall. The Volkswagen Tiguan is made with LED taillights that add a lot to the overall appearance of the vehicle and that also help it to show up so that you can stay safe while doing nighttime driving…

The Volkswagen Jetta is Designed for Safety

The Jetta remains one of the most popular fun and economical compact sedans manufactured by Volkswagen. But, Volkswagen is also concerned with driver and occupant safety. As such, the latest Jetta models come standard with an abundance of safety technologies. The Jetta helps you maintain the proper pressure in your tires via the continual monitory system. When the pressure drops below the recommended level, a visual display alerts you to the problem.

The braking system is equipped to provide the stopping power you need in the event of an emergency. The stability control also adjusts the


How Do Brake Pads Work?

Brake pads act as buffers between brake rotors and the calipers that slow them to a stop when you step on the pedal. There is a lot of friction between the calipers and rotors, and this can do a lot of damage to your brakes. The brake pads can prevent this damage, but they wear out over time and will need to be replaced. You may hear a harsh grinding sound when you press your brake pedal when your brake pads are worn through.

You can usually purchase new brake pads at most automotive stores, but if you don't…

Is Your Vehicle Due for an Alignment?

Have you recently struck a curb or pothole while driving? Is your car, truck or van becoming increasingly hard to handle? Does it pull to the right or left when you brake? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, your vehicle may require alignment services.

Alignment is the process of straightening the wheels of a vehicle so that all four tires are pulling in the same direction once again. Having properly aligned wheels can prevent uneven tire wear, improve the ability of the tires to grip the roadway in bad weather and reduce the chances of an…


Safest Way to Jump-Start Your Vehicle with Cables

If you have to jump-start your car from another vehicle, you're going to need jumper cables and a little bit of understanding in how this process works. Bring the running car as close to the nose of the other vehicle as possible, battery-to-battery. Turn off the car and lights, then open the hood of both the vehicles.

The jumper cables have clamps on red and black cables on each end. The one red clamp goes to the positive battery terminal on the running car. The other red goes to plus side on bad battery.


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