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Time-saving tips, products and advice to get your ride clean and shiny in a jiff.
Spring is in the air, and car-care season is upon us. With the winter gone away for another year, the time is right to treat your ride to some much-needed TLC, leaving its cabin clean and detailed, and its paint shiny, lustrous and protected.
Cleaning and caring for the look of your ride, inside and out, is easy and trouble-free, and more so if you’ve got the right products and equipment for the job. Best of all, taking care of your ride’s appearance is a great way to ensure it looks good for the long haul and can improve resale value, too.
Below, we’ll look at seven items that will make your springtime car care ritual even easier, as well as some tips and hacks that’ll save you time and money, basically making you a genius.
Volkswagen is bringing the updated Golf to the New York Auto Show this week for its North American debut.
First shown in Europe, the new Golf brings aesthetic changes, newer, bigger infotainment screens, more technology and a whole lot of LED lights.
To start, the outside appearance changes a little, with sharper lines and a new chrome line across the grille. The lights, too, are changing on the Golf — the whole lineup will come with LED daytime running lights (full LEDs are optional, replacing Bi-Xenons), as well as LED tail lights.
Inside, a new eight-inch infotainment screen will be available in higher trims, while the base screen gets bumped up to 6.5-inches (up from five). On the Golf R, Volkswagen’s new digital dash is now available.
Following the confirmation that it’s headed to North America, we now have the first spy shots of the Volkswagen T-Roc, the brand’s upcoming compact crossover.
First shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2014, the T-Roc will sit on the MQB platform, much like the upcoming Audi Q3. Although this model’s styling is heavily toned down from the concept, both the crossover’s size, wide hips and its name have carried over. When it arrives, it will slot under the Tiguan and act like a competitor to the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3 competitor.
A range of engines will be available in Europe. Everything from a 1.0-liter three-cylinder with 115 hp to the much-loved 2.0-liter powerplant (the only one North Americans should hold their breaths for). Back in Geneva, VW was touting the T-Roc as a sporty vehicle, so there is still a chance that it will eventually make the same amount of power as a GTI, thanks to that 2.0-liter engine.
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