How Is The Volkswagen Alltrack Looking Long-Term?
When you’re thinking about a car, it’s easy to get caught up in new features and the initial appeal when you take it off the lot, but you need to juggle that with thinking about the long haul. This isn’t just in terms of finances, but whether or not the needs the car meets will be the same that you have, say, a year or two from now. There’s also the question of whether or not features will hold up. The good news is that some experts recently spent a year with the Volkswagen Alltrack, and for people who are still on the fence about the traditional crossover alternative, it looks like this remains a winner.
One major thing that has people going from sedans to station wagons/SUVs is the need for more space, whether you’re carrying people or cargo. The good news here is that the Alltrack still has plenty of room to carry things, without having to go for an SUV. As far as carrying people, you can easily fit four or five people comfortably. No worries about complaints due to lack of headspace or leg space here.
One thing that’s also held up during the year of testing was the car’s ability to handle inclement weather like rain or snow. This comes from a combination of the all-wheel drive and a raised ride height.
A car is a long-term investment, and you want to stack the deck in your favor by buying it from somewhere that you trust. If you’re looking for a Volkswagen Alltrack in the Chicago area, that means coming to Muller Volkswagen. We carry all the top new and pre-owned Volkswagen options. Our finance team will work hard to make sure that you have a smooth buying experience. If you need repairs or parts, you can bring your car back to us and our technicians will have you back on the road in no time.
Visit your local Muller Volkswagen dealership in Highland Park, IL, to check out our extensive inventory of the Volkswagen Alltrack.