Now is the time to Pre-Order your 2023 Volkswagen!
To our Valued Guests;
As you have likely noticed, Volkswagen Canada is experiencing some severe inventory shortages. Unfortunately, it looks like inventory will be in high demand and low supply for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023.
In the coming weeks, we are expecting periodic shipments of new models. However, with such limited inventory, specific combinations of colour and option combinations will likely require factory order. Additionally, with the launch of the new Golf R, Golf GTI and ID.4, now is the time to secure your allocation as quantities will be limited.
If you are currently in the market for a new Volkswagen vehicle or nearing the end of your lease term, we highly recommend that you contact us immediately so we can secure your order.
We are currently taking orders on 2022 models and pre-orders on 2023 models:
Jetta | Jetta GLI | Taos | Tiguan | Cross Sport | Atlas | ID.4 | Golf | Golf GTI | Golf R | Arteon | Passat |
Please fill out the form below to speak with one of our Product Specialists and secure your Volkswagen.
The 2022 Volkswagen Golf R
The new Golf R is propelled by the latest “evo4” generation of Volkswagen’s proven EA888 2.0L turbocharged “TSI” 4-cylinder engine producing 315 horsepower and up to 295 lb-ft of torque in models equipped with the 7-speed DSG gearbox (280 lb-ft in manual models).
Sending power to all four wheels through the 4MOTION® All-Wheel Drive system, Golf R sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.7 seconds (DSG models).*
Whether you prefer to row your own gears or enjoy lightning-quick automatic shifts, the Golf R is here to excite you. If you prefer the fine control and fun of a manual transmission, a slick 6-speed is standard equipment. For those who demand the fastest shifts possible, the 7-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission can deliver seamless automatic gear changes or be controlled manually via large, Golf R-specific steering wheel-mounted shift paddles.
The Golf R comes equipped with 4MOTION® All-Wheel Drive for sure-footed traction even in challenging conditions. Now featuring a new torque vectoring rear differential, Golf R can distribute the torque variably between the rear wheels, even sending up to 100% of available power to the wheel on the outside of the bend. This in turn helps pivot the car toward the corner apex, reducing understeer and giving Golf R noticeably more agile handling response.