Archive for January, 2020

January Events in McMinnville, OR

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020
January events written on winter sparkle background

Well, it’s January and most of the big winter holidays have come and gone. But, after all the clearance Christmas and New Years Day items disappear from store shelves and before the rain of Valentine’s day hearts, there’s still stuff to do in McMinnville, Oregon. Read on to learn about some of the events happening in the area during January. 

Did the 2020 Volkswagen Passat Change Much?

Monday, January 20th, 2020
2020 VW Passat silver driving to the right nondescript road

Volkswagen fans who have been used to the look of the Passat for most of the last decade may notice a few updates to the sedan this time around. For the 2020 model year, The Passat keeps the turbocharged 2.0L inline 4-Cylinder it has been using for some time to make sure the power inside does not change. The interior, however, does look newer and sturdier than the interior of the current Passat generation. Long story short, it’s not a full redesign, but just almost everything you look at has been renewed for the dawn of the new decade. 


What are the Offroad Capabilities of the 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack?

Saturday, January 18th, 2020
2020 VW Alltrack blue driving to the right through mountain road

Now that our roads are crowded with more and more SUVs than ever before, it’s nice to be remembered that there are still a few station wagon-style vehicles out there to create more variety and perhaps even a more enjoyable driving experience. The 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is the end of the line for Volkswagen wagons in North America, but the 2019 model is still available for purchase until stock runs out. With a name like “Alltrack,” you might be wondering, how does it do off-road? Read more to find out. 


What is the 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack?

Thursday, January 16th, 2020
2020 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack white parked on mountain clearing with clouds in background

If you’re a fan of station-wagon style cars, time is running out. As SUVs continue to dominate the consumer car space, wagons are diminishing in popularity. Volkswagen has decided to discontinue the Golf Alltrack with the 2019 edition of the vehicle. In terms of size and cargo capacity, the Alltrack sits right between the Subaru Crosstrek and Subaru Outback. Within the brand, the Alltrack is larger than the Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen which is also going into retirement, at least within North America. Read more below to learn more about why you should get the 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack before it’s gone for good.