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Volkswagen estate FAQs

Buyers shopping nearly new and used cars in the UK will find three estate cars in the Volkswagen lineup.

The first is the Volkswagen Golf Estate, which adds a practical long-roof load area to the popular Golf family hatchback. That means you get family car space and a bit boot, without losing the quality and user-friendliness the Golf is known for.

Next up is the Volkswagen Passat Estate. This takes the Passat saloon and, once again, stretches the roof out to give you a large, square load area behind the spacious rear seats.

At the top of the lineup is the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake. This presents a more stylish alternative to the Passat Estate with swoopy, dramatic looks that, somehow, don't significantly impact passenger or cargo space – a true 'best of both worlds' car.

Volkswagen estate cars should perform similarly to the rest of the Volkswagen range when it comes to reliability. Many of the parts and engines are widely shared between models, so replacements should be easy to source. What's more, maintenance and repairs for Volkswagen cars tend to cost a little less than other premium German brands such as Audi, BMW or Mercedes.

For ultimate peace of mind, consider adding an extended warranty to your Volkswagen estate. This kicks in once the manufacturer's coverage runs out and will protect you from the cost of unexpected mechanical or electrical failures.