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What is a Volkswagen?

Volkswagen repair in your future? Volkswagen is a German automotive manufacturing company. Volkswagen began production in Berlin, Germany. Today, Volkswagens are manufactured in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Volkswagen makes cars. 
 
Last year alone, Volkswagen sold 2.7 million vehicles. Volkswagen makes many different vehicles. Some of them include Audi, Lamborghini, Bentley, Porsche, and Ducati. The most popular Volkswagen model is the Volkswagen Tiguan. 6 million Volkswagen Tiguans were sold across the US. 
 
 
Volkswagen began the Volkswagen Tiguan production in the early May of 2008. Tiguan’s didn’t become popular in 2020. 
 
Volkswagen was incorporated on May 28, 1937. Volkswagen was founded by a German Labour Front. Volkswagen owns a few luxury car brands. They are Lamborghini, Ducati, Porsche, Bently, and Audi. 
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The history of Volkswagen

On May, 28, 1937, the German German government launched their own automotive manufacturing company, Gesellschaft zur Vorbereitung des Deutschen Volkswagens mbH. During this time, the German government was controlled by Adolf Hitler and a part of the Nazi party. In the same year of establishment, they chose to change their name to Volkswagenwerk, or “The People’s Car Company.” 

Hitler was making these vehicles to be affordable yet still fast, German vehicles. At the time, this vehicle was sold for 140 dollars, in our time, it would calculate to about 1,000 dollars. For design assistance, Hitler called  Ferdinand Porsche in hopes to release this vehicle across Germany. The first time this vehicle was showcased was in 1939 at the Berlin Motor Show. 

After the first showcasing, world war two began which forced Volkswagen to stop production. After the war, the Volkswagen factory was in ruins. The company’s allies and associates helped to rebuild the company and continue production. Volkswagen wouldn’t sell as many cars in the united states compared to other parts, of the world because of their origins. 

What is a typical Volkswagen repair?

Oil changes — Oil changes need to take place every 5,000 miles to 7,500 miles. There are 4 different types of oil changes that you can get. One is a full-synthetic oil change. These are the more high-end oil change options. Then there synthetic blend oil changes. Then, High millage oil and then conventual motor oil

 A service — Volkswagen A service includes: getting your oil changed, having a tire rotation, checking your tire pressure, and or having your tires replaced. All of these things should be done regularly! 

 

B service— Volkswagen B service is regular maintenance that comes every 7,500 miles. 

Alignment — Volkswagen repair includes their alignment to be done every two to three years. Alignment makes your car’s tires aligned properly so that they hit the road at the correct angle. This makes you different straight and safe. 

Transmission service — You need transmission service every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. A transmission service is basically a transmission fluid exchange. We first, drain your old transmission fluid, then we fill your car back up with new, clean transmission fluid. 

Timing Belt/ chain– Your Volkswagen needs a new timing belt or timing chain every 60,000 to 100,000 miles. Your timing belt controls parts of your engine. Your engine is key in your car operation. So, it is really important to have our timing belt changed when it is supposed to be. 

Engine light — When your check engine light comes on, you must have it diagnosed as soon as possible. Your engine is key to your car’s operation. 

Tune-up — Tune-up is a replacement of wire, plugs, and any other thing that makes up your Volkswagen‘s ignition system. 

How long does a Volkswagen last? 

How long is Volkswagen made to last? Well, on average, your Volkswagen is retired when it has about 100,000 miles to 200,000 miles. At this point, your Volkswagen may have reached a repair that costs more than the car’s actual value. 
 
Each Volkswagen should last about 5 years. But, this will only happen if you keep up on your preventative maintenance services.  Oil changes every 5,000 – 7,500 miles, keeping up on your A service and B service. All of these are ways to keep your Volkswagen lasting longer. 
 
The Volkswagen with the most miles on it is the 1986 Jetta Turbo Diesel. Its millage count is  562,000 miles. 
 
Krissy R from Quora says:
 
Just like any vehicle, if it’s taken care of it can last for years and years. Of course maintenance is key to longevity! I’ve had many Volkswagens over the years, in fact I currently have four. They include a 2001 Jetta with 200,000+ miles and a new Jetta that I put over 88,000 miles on in less than 1.5 years with zero problems. 
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Where can I get my Volkswagen repair? 

Tedious Repairs has been offering Volkswagen repair for over 13 years. Offering Volkswagen repair for all makes and models! Since 2008 Tedious Repairs has been offering the Butte community high-quality automotive services. 

Tedious Repairs offers everything Volkswagen repair related that you may need. Here are some of the service options we offer: oil changes, brake replacement, transmission fluid service, windshield wiper replacement, and more! For repairs, we offer transmission, engine, and many more different kinds of repairs! We also offer locksmith services! 

When it’s time for an oil change, brake pad replacement, or check engine light scan, we can help! If you need any of these things listed above, call or book an online appointment with us today for Volkswagen repair!