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Volkswagen Sedans Under $25K

The sedan is arguably the most popular car segment in the U.S. and if you're looking for something under $25K you have never had more choices. So how do you find the sedan that is right for you? Safe for the kids, good for the commute or needs to do both? Weeding through all the options can be daunting.

Lucky for you, trusted car experts at Kelley Blue Book put together their list?

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Audi Lights the Way with New Technology

The new Audi A8, which hits showroom floors later this fall, will feature a world first: Audi Matrix LED headlights. With this new lighting technology, Audi continues to build their lead in the realm of automotive lighting.

The Matrix LED system splits the LED high beam into multiple individual, smaller lights that work together with a series of lenses. Each individual light is activated or deactivated depending on the situation. This allows for high-precision illumination…

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A Subcompact CUV from VW?

There have long been rumors that Volkswagen would begin offering a subcompact crossover below the Tiguan. Recently, this was confirmed by a VW spokesperson as well as the company brining the next-generation Polo to the U.S.

Any crossover is at least 3 years from the showroom floor, but would likely be in the size category of the Ford Fiesta. Using MQB architecture design, it could offer all-wheel drive and hybrid options.

Bringing a subcompact crossover and next-generation Polo to the U.S. would help to open up the Volkswagen target market. Currently, the cheapest VW offering in the U…

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Audi Wins Second Consecutive Le Mans 24 Hour Race

Congratulations Audi! The auto maker has recently won their second consecutive Le Mans race! The Audi R18 e-tron Quattro finished the 24 hour race in first place with Loic Duval, Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish to thank. With difficult weather conditions and race circumstances, Audi will still able to make efficient pit stops and clench the prestigious title....

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Audi Opens Power-to-Gas Plant

On June 25, Audi opened an e-gas plant in Germany - making Audi the first auto manufacturer to develop a sustainable energy plant.

The plant begins with green electricity, water and carbon dioxide - producing Audi e-gas synthetic methane. This e-gas is practically identical to natural gas and will be distributed to filling stations over the German natural gas network this fall....

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Audi Receives 2013 Telematics Update Award

At the Annual Telematics Update Awards in Detroit, Audi received an award and an honorable mention. This is the 4th year in a row that Audi has been recognized at the event.

Audi was awarded "Best Navigation Solution or Product" for the "Google Street View" feature that is included in the Audi connect navigation system. This feature allows the driver to see a driver view of the destination prior to arriving...

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VW Passat TDI Attempts World Record

On June 6, Volkswagen began an attempt at a Guiness World Record for "lowest fuel consumption - 48 U.S. states for a non-hybrid car." Two drivers are making the 8,000 mile journey in a 2013 Passat TDI Clean Diesel.

The Passat TDI features a turbocharged, direct injection Clean Diesel engine. The engine reaches an EPA estimated 43 mpg highway that allows the Passat to go 795 miles before refueling...

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2014 Audi TDI Clean Diesel Pricing Announced

Audi is expanding the line of TDI Clean Diesel cars with the 2014 lineup. The 2014 A6, A7 and Q5 will all be offered in TDI Clean Diesel models, arriving to the showroom later this summer. Earlier this week, Audi released the fuel economy and pricing you can expect from the new editions.

The 2014 A6, A7 and Q5 join the A8, Q7 and all-new A3 in offering a TDI Clean Diesel engine option....

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