Sell Your Volkswagen for Top Dollar
Do you have an old VW Beetle sitting in your garage? These unique vehicles were one of the most popular cars on Australian roads with a cultural following, but are slowly becoming a distant memory.
Sell Used Cars makes selling your unwanted Volkswagen super easy!. Simply contact us for a great cash offer. We can often buy and collect on the same day!
Buy Your Next Volks From Us
Looking for a modern VW to handle your busy lifestyle? Maybe you’re having a hard time finding the right price for your next car purchase?
Contact our helpful team and tell us the vehicle you most desire. We sell all types of Volkswagen and other vehicle brands in excellent condition at very reasonable prices.
Popular Models In Australia
Unique, reliable, and modern. These are the words that speak Volkswagen.
As of 2021, Volkswagen is the 8th most popular car in Australia selling more than 40,000 vehicles in a single year. Some of the most popular cars available in the country are:
- Volkswagen Polo
- Volkswagen Golf
- Volkswagen Passat
- Volkswagen Arteon
- Volkswagen T-Cross
- Volkswagen Amarok
- Volkswagen T-Roc
- Volkswagen Tiguan
- Volkswagen Touareg
- Volkswagen Caddy
- Volkswagen Crafter
- Volkswagen Transporter
A Brief History of Volkswagen
Volkswagen is a German multinational automaker founded by the German Labour Front on May 28, 1937.
The company began making cars when Adolf Hitler ordered the production of a cheap and simple car to be mass-produced in the early 30s.
In 1938, lead engineer Ferdinand Porsche and his team finalized the design of the Volkswagen Type 1 or more popularly known as the Iconic “Beetle”. However, mass production only began at the end of 1940 due to World War II.
As of 2021, Volkswagen is the biggest car company in the world in terms of revenue. The company also owns a list of luxury car brands such as Audi, Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, and Bugatti as well as the famous sports bike Ducati.
Today, Volkswagen places a considerable amount of focus and resources on developing electric vehicles to launch 25 to 30 EV models by the year 2025.