Used Volkswagen Parts
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About The VOLKSWAGEN Company
Volkswagen was founded in 1937 by the German Labour Front, based on a design by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche. Volkswagen literally means “people’s car” in German and grew out of a discussion between Porche and Adolf Hitler for a more affordable car for the people of Germany as an alternative to the more luxurious vehicles offered at that time.
The first Volkswagen, known as the KdF-Wagen (or Kraft durch Freude Stadt), debuted in 1936. Volkswagen production occurred for the next few years; however, ceased due to damage to the factory by the British Army during World War II.
After the war in the late 1940’s, Volkswagen began mass-production of the Volkswagen Beetle. The Volkswagen Beetle was also first distributed to the United States during this time in 1949. With a total 21,529,464 produced over a period of 60 years, the Volkswagen Beetle was at one time the best-selling car in history.
During the 1960’s and 1970’s, the Volkswagen line expanded to include several more Type 3 and Type 4 models. Volkswagen acquired Auto Union in 1964 and NSU Motorenwerke AG in 1969. The Auto Union acquisition included the Audi brand, which influenced future Volkswagen models. Thus, in 1973 Volkswagen introduced the Passat, a fastback version of the Audi 80. Future models also influenced by the Audi brand include the Scirocco and the Golf (also known as the Rabbit), both introduced in 1974, and the Polo in 1975. These models are responsible for the Volkswagen line of today. Currently, Volkswagen of America offers nine models including the Jetta, the CC, the GTI, the Golf, the Jetta SportWagen, the Routan, the Tiguan, the Touareg and the Eos.
The Volkswagen Jetta was introduced in 1979 as a sedan. Along the years, Volkswagen Jetta configurations have included a two-door, a four-door and a five-door estate wagon version. The 2011 Volkswagen model is available in four trim levels including S, SE, SEL and TDI. The Volkswagen S features a 2.0L engine, while the SE and SEL feature a 2.5L engine. The TDI Clean Diesel trim features a 2.0L diesel engine. The Volkswagen Jetta is currently in its sixth generation.
The Volkswagen Golf, introduced in 1974, is the longest running model still available in the United States (even though it was produced under the nameplate of Rabbit for many years). The Volkswagen Golf has been available in several configurations including a 3-door hatchback, a five-door hatchback wagon, a convertible and a notchback sedan. The 2011 Volkswagen Golf is available in four trim levels including the 2.5L two-door and four-door options, and the two-door and four-door 2.0L TDI Clean Diesel options.
Volkswagen has experienced over 70 years of success with a variation of vehicles including coupes, convertibles, sedans and sports utility vehicles. The Volkswagen brand is known for its sleek German engineering and high safety standards.