Used 2015 Volkswagen Values

Select a 2015 Volkswagen model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1942 including exotics and classic cars)
A moniker that is deeply rooted in the past, the modernized and elegant Volkswagen Beetle convertible offers new technology with a taste of classic styling.
Offering credence to its 1960s iconic moniker, the Volkswagen Beetle Coupe is a delightfully sporty, modernize and attractive coupe.
A quiet marriage between a convenient mid-sized family sedanand a lower-end luxury vehicle is what you will find with the elegant-looking and attractively priced Volkswagen CC.
The all-new e-Golf brings electric efficiency to the popular Golf model by Volkswagen, with all the standard features you already know and love.
A well-priced entry-level luxury convertible that fully delivers on performance, amenities and reliability is what you will get withthe popular Volkswagen Eos.
The Volkswagen Golf enters its last year of productionwith a big bang, offering comfort, reliability and sportiness that’s difficult to find in many other compact cars.
The final production year of the Volkswagen GTI’s sixth-gen model offers the sportiest looking hatchback on the market, replete with all the amenities and off-the-line zip that you’ve come to expect.
Built for speed, performance and looks, the Volkswagen Golf R is for lovers of the wide-open road.
Redesigned for 2015, the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen is wider and lower, but still has the charm and style you know and love.
The best-selling midsize Jetta Sedan offers superior German engineering, a long warranty and plenty of amenities that complement a smooth drive.
Reliable German engineering meets a provocative bodystyle and a salaciously attractive and surprisingly roomy interior that make the Volkswagen Passat an all-around classy family sedan.
Unique styling, unrivaled German engineering and a spacious and amenity-rich interior earmark the Volkswagen Tiguan crossover SUV.
A compact and feature-rich, German-made crossover SUV with plenty of optional add-ons and lots of get-up-and-go under the hood.

Restyling was Volkswagen’s primary plan-of-action in 2015. It began with the restyled Toureg, which now boasted LED tail lamps and xenon headlamps in addition to an updated interior, new safety tech features and a collision mitigation system. Base Beetle models received a 10-horsepower upgrade with better fuel economy, while the Passat TDI also got a 10 hp boost. The popular Jetta was restyled from front to back with improved safety scores and updated electronics, as well as the new TDI engine that boasted more power and better fuel economy. To top it all off, the Golf was entirely redesigned for 2015.