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Smart to buy.
Smarter to own.

Lower costs of maintenance.
Sky-high praise.

According to a study conducted by Vincentric, select Volkswagen models have a lower cost of maintenance than key competitors in the same category. The study considered costs of maintenance based on a comparison of scheduled maintenance services over a 5-year period and replacement of wear items within midsize SUV, compact SUV, midsize sedan, and compact sedan categories.

See how the Volkswagen models stack up below.

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2023 ID.4 EV: Lower cost of maintenance than 2022 Kia EV6.

2023 Atlas: Ranks #1 for lowest cost of maintenance in the mid-size SUV segment.

2023 Atlas Cross Sport: Lower cost of maintenance than the 2022 Honda Passport.

2023 Taos: Ranks #1 for lowest cost of maintenance in compact ICE SUV segment.

2023 Tiguan: Lower cost of maintenance than 2022 Toyota RAV4.

2023 Jetta: Lower cost of maintenance than the 2022 Toyota Corolla.

Vehicle Service Protection: Your answer to continuous coverage.

Drive confidently long after your warranty ends with Vehicle Service Protection by Volkswagen Drive Easy. This next-level protection service offers coverage up to 10 years or 150,000 miles for up to 1,500 vehicle parts in the event of a covered mechanical breakdown. It also includes 24/7 roadside assistance, so it’s worth purchasing for your vehicle even before your warranty expires.

The best part? You can purchase Vehicle Service Protection for your vehicle online—right now.

Atlas Cross Sport in Aurora Red Metallic driving on two-lane mountain road, as seen from the front driver’s side

A little browsing never hurts.