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Volkswagen Corporate Office Headquarters

How to Contact Volkswagen USA Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

Volkswagen Group of America

VW Corporate Office Address

2200 Ferdinand Porsche Dr.

Herndon, VA 20171

Corporate Phone Number: 1-248-754-5000

Customer Care Phone Number: 1-800-822-8987

Volkswagen Group of America is the corporate arm of the Volkswagen company in the United States. It is responsible for all Volkswagen operations in the country, including sales and marketing, manufacturing, and research and development.

The company has its headquarters in Herndon, Virginia, and operates a number of facilities around the country. Volkswagen Group of America is also responsible for customer service inquiries and complaints.

Volkswagen is a German car company with a variety of models in its lineup. Vehicles include small hatchbacks and sedans like the VW Golf and Arteon, as well as SUVs such as the Tiguan and Atlas. Competing auto companies include Honda, Buick, Toyota, Ford, Chevrolet, and Mazda.


How do I complain to VW USA?

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  • I live Smithtown, Long Island NY and would like to know when the 2017 cars will be coming to my local dealership? Also I own a 2014 Jetta TDI and will be taking the buyback. I'm possible looking to purchase a 2017 Passat SEL, and would like to know if VW is going to be offering any incentives to stay with VW, and I buy my cars outright so low interest is not what I'm looking for.

  • oh yes…I went thru the BBB Auto and CO Lemon Law …BBB said VW would give me 1 Free payment…and That was it. Lemon Law wouldn't help. It amazed me

  • I bought a 2014 Jetta with 13 miles on it May 2014. Problems began 2nd month…dash lights, seat belt, NON RESONSIVE gas pedal…and from June thru Oct…I lose as much as 100 miles per fill up. Now after 2 yr warranty check up..the gas gage is going crazy and Tynan's, Gebhardt, or O'Meara in the Denver CO area will own up to this piece of #@&%. I haave tired 8 dealerships to try and get rid of this car and NO ONE will touch it. If VW can cheat on the diesels, is it a stretch to think they can have the gas companies in their pockets to?

  • I purchased a 1999 VW Beetle for my granddaughter and was told by the seller he had just replaced the alternator and battery. The car blew the fuse from alternator to battery located in the plastic box atop the battery. Went to Peoria VW in Peoria, AZ with VIN # in hand and told them I needed a new fuse (S177). The parts dept. told me there were 4 different fuses depending on one's particular model. I said "Here's the VIN" and was told he could not determine which fuse from the VIN. I said that the VIN will tell you every accessory on the car and he should know from that. He said nope but the techs in the service area could look up the wiring schematic and determine which fuse is required FOR A FEE. I said wait, I come to a VW dealer looking for a part for a VW and you can't tell me which part I need, but a tech can research it for a fee. I then sought out the service mgr. who went to the techs with me where I explained the problem and the techs said they could only guess which fuse I should buy. I looked at the service mgr. and said I had never heard such an unprofessional customer service response and left.

  • Why would I accept $500 dealership credit? Why in the world would I ever trust what I get there? It seems like a benefit for the dealers and not the owners. We bought our VW a WEEK before the news came out. The re-sale value will take a dive on these autos so we were screwed on two fronts. Not cool VW. Do right by us. – Kim B. Castle Rock,, CO

  • I owned a 2003 V W Beetle. had no problems with it. This vehicle was realizable until January 2, 2015. while driving in Plano, TX. in see smoke coming from under seat. I less than 5 min. this vehicle burn completed up. until this day I don't know what happen. I lost everything.
    does any on have any answers?


  • I have an idea that will turn this whole business around, but I wanna get paid for it. Sales will flourish an business will boom. 540-939-4401. Luke Hewitt.

  • I havea vw convertible bug 48000 miles needed work shouldn't at this milage anyway I bought extended service contract took it to dealer close to me bill was 1800 dollars they fixed it and char=ged me 100 deductble never telling me if I brought it back to dealer I bought it from there would be no deductible they just wanted the sale very dishonest offered me a50dollar credit for next time would have to be idiot to ever go back. I would be afraid to go back because they might really mess up my car cant trust dishonest people gives vw abad name rperez1942@yahoo.com 4077211637 dealer involved napelton Orlando florida

  • It would be helpful if you mentioned what year and model you purchased, as well as whether you purchased it new or used. I assume it is an automatic transmission. If you check all makes have transmission problems to include Toyota and Honda. My Acura automatic transmission on my 2001 TL died at 100K and Honda said go fish. 1999 -2001 transmissions for TL and vans were known to be defective and Honda(acura) avoided a recall and helping 80% of the owners. Only those who put < 10K per yr on their cars got any relief. In your case and mine , individual experiences are anecdotal. Of all of our family's VW's over the past 27 yrs only one had any transmission issues. That was a freewheel in a manual trans. So 1 out of 6 cars with a total of close to 1 million miles isn't bad. VW of A has it's problems, especially their dealerships treatment of customers, but they aren't unique. Their record is similar to Mercedes, Audi and Porsche. I suspect you have continuously variable transmission (CVT) which is a dog no matter what make of car it's in A- Z ! Ask around, all mechanical things can fail, and tell me one manufacturer who repairs engines or transmissions after the warranty period. Read about the Hyundai Owners issues with that "Best Warranty in America ".

  • I am writing about my vehicle that has 48000 miles on it and the dealership informed me that the transmission needs to be replaced. After review of consumer information on the vehicle this is a common problem for this and many more models made by Volkswagen. There was a Class Action Lawsuit that was thrown out of court with this same transmission in it. Although the vehicle is past the allocated years for warrantee Volkswagen wants to assume no responsibility for their faulty Engineering. I thought that this company would care about their reputation far more then this. I am a first time Volkswagen owner and I would never own another. I tried to contact customer service in regards to this, they were really no help what so ever. They actually told me if I feel the need to go down a different avenue. I will contact and file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) in regards to this. I will also stand outside the dealerships with a sign that states the shortcomings of this car maker.

    • VW wants to charge me upward of $100.00 to find my 4 digit radio code that was lost when I changed the Battery. I will never buy a VW again.

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