Get answers to commonly asked questions about buying a new Volkswagen.
Like many other manufacturers and other sectors of industry, we are experiencing some supply chain issues and a few of our components are in short supply, in particular those relating to semi-conductors, which have reduced our production capacity. This means delivery times for some of our model lines are a little longer than we would normally expect.
Please be assured we are working hard to deliver your chosen vehicle as quickly as possible and your Retailer will keep you up to date with what’s happening. We also have cars readily available now from stock – just give your nearest retailer a call and we can help you identify a perfect match.
Yes, we offer a number of insurance packages. Please take a look at the VolkswagenInsurance page to find out more.
Visit the New Cars page where you’ll find the full Volkswagen range. Click the configure option by your preferred model to see its CO2 emissions. For older vehicles you can find CO2 emission details on the V5 registration certificate. Alternatively you can check the Government Certificate Agency website.
Your local retailer will be able to tell you what’s included as it can depend on the options you intially chose for your individual finance plan.
WLTP stands for "Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure" and RDE stands for "Real Driving Emissions". We have more information on both these standards here.
The volume of cars we import means we use three ports – Tyne in the North, Sheerness in the South, and Grimsby in the Midlands.