VW e-Golf Video Review Playlist

So, here it is, I’ve made a playlist for the VW e-Golf. Sunday I found a new review that was just what I needed to complete the list, and, if another certain favorite car reviewer does one, I will add it to the list also, so, if you save the playlist, you can come back to it later.

The VW e-Golf was introduced with one trim level (loaded), but has just announced they will now offer two trim levels. Most of these videos were completed before this announcement, with the loaded model. The longest review is also the newest and covers what the differences are between the two models (the one by Alex on Autos, the 4th video in the playlist). This reviewer also covers briefly how this model compares with other similar EVs.

In this playlist there’s several reviews, some videos contain repeat information, but, each one has something unique in it, and they all take it from different angles. My favorite review is from Alex on Autos (#4), which I mentioned last paragraph. Aaron Gold from Autobytel gives a decent review and tells you some of the advantages of driving an EV, how far you can drive this one per year only charging at home, etc. (#5).

I’ve included some extras, how Regenerative Driving Modes work, an Infotainment review, no reviewer went over the mobile app, so a couple short vids from VW, followed by a brief Fiat 500e vs. VW e-Golf comparison, a child seat review and, lastly, a view of the e-Golf production line. If you watch everything, it’s about 1 hour 13 mins.

VW seems more committed than most carmakers outside of Tesla and Nissan, to making all-electric cars, and making them available outside of California. Currently the VW e-Golf is available at participating dealers in CA and Oregon. Check for dealership participation if you live in Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington DC. If this were successful, I wouldn’t be surprised if VW didn’t expand availability in coming years, for several reasons, one of which is the manufacturing process for the Golf line of cars is such that they made it easy to pop in different types of drivetrains, so it should be easy to increase production. Also, VW & Audio make other hybrids and plug-in hybrids in all it’s markets, they have a goal to offer plug-in variants of most of their popular models, and, so, there is talk they may be the first with solid state batteries.

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Featured in this playlist:

Alex On Autos:

@AlexOnAutos (twitter)
Alex On Autos (website)

Aaron Gold – Autobytel:

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