Northbrook VW Dealers

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If you live in Northbrook, searching for a new Volkswagen is easy when VW of Highland Park is close by. We stock the new 2017 line-up of VW cars, sedans, SUVs, wagons, compacts, and convertibles. For drivers who want to buy a dependable car without breaking the bank, our selection of used Volkswagen models, and pre-owned vehicles from all different makes, is sure to match your needs. Be sure to contact our VW Financing Department to help you with any credit issues you may have. We are here to help.

2017 VW Beetle
2017 VW CC
2017 VW Golf Alltrack
2017 VW Golf GTI
2017 VW Golf SportWagen
2017 VW Jetta
2017 VW Passat
2017 VW Tiguan
2017 VW Touareg

To help prove we're the VW dealership you can trust, we also make sure to roll out fresh specials each month, ensuring every customer has a chance to drive off in the car of their dreams.

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To avoid any problems or lingering issues with your Volkswagen, be sure to stay committed to its maintenance and follow the recommended maintenance schedule. While your VW is built to endure the test of time, keeping service visits frequent is just a part of owning a vehicle. Fortunately, the team of technicians onsite at VW of Highland Park are trained to handle any problem you may have. From small routine service to more complex repairs, you can trust us with anything your Volkswagen requires.

Our service team wants to work around your schedule, answer any questions you may have, and keep you informed of the proper schedule to maintain based on your specific VW model. If you want less stress with maintaining your VW, schedule service with us online or visit Volkswagen of Highland Park today!

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For a dealership that respects your time and needs, come to our Volkswagen dealership near Northbrook, IL, and witness our process in action. Our dealership is conveniently located at 1350 Park Avenue West in Highland Park, so every driver from Northbrook and throughout the state of Illinois can visit us with the greatest of ease. You will not be disappointed!

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Northbrook Statistics

Total 13.26 sq mi (34.3 km2)
Land 13.19 sq mi (34.2 km2)
Water 0.06 sq mi (0.2 km2) 0.45%

Total 33,170 (2010)
Density 2,514.8/sq mi (971.0/km2)

Zip Codes 60062, 60065

Area Codes 847 and 224

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Northbrook is diverse in many ways, much to the delight of its visitors and residents. Want to learn more about the Village of Northbrook? Please click one of the links below:

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VW of Highland Park is located near Northbrook, IL

Northbrook continues to strive in creating an inviting atmosphere for the more than 33,000 individuals that call it home. Commuters will find that Northbrook has easy access to I-94 and I-294. A station on the Metra Milwaukee District North Line makes travel to Chicago and Milwaukee a snap. The Metra Milwaukee District North Line serves Northbrook with travel to and from Chicago. There are over 25 daily trips from Northbrook to Chicago The average travel time is 45 minutes.

From Northbrook Court with its world renown stores, to boutique shops and a wide variety of restaurants located throughout the Village, Northbrook is at the forefront of shopping and dining on the North Shore.  Northbrook's numerous shopping areas are chocked full of national retailers and local independent stores providing the latest in merchandise and services along with first-class customer service. Though many hotels on the North Shore claim Northbrook as their address, and who could blame them, only two hotels are actually located within Northbrook: the Renaissance Chicago North Shore Hotel and the Sheraton Chicago Northbrook. So whether you are planning a business trip to Northbrook or a weekend get away, please consider one of Northbrook's fine hotels.

The earliest recorded residents of the Northbrook area were the Potawatomi tribe under Chief Shabbona. In 1833 the tribe ceded their land in Illinois and relocated near Council Bluffs, Iowa. Joel Sterling Sherman and his family bought 159 acres for $1.25 per acre in the northwest quarter of Section 10. This is the site of the Northbrook Central Business District.

Soon after Mr. Sherman bought that land the area was named Shermerville after Mr. Frederick Schermer who donated the land for the first railroad station (Schermer Station and later Shermer Station). By the 1870's the region was a farm town with well-established brick yards which prospered during the rebuilding that followed the Great Chicago Fire in October of 1871.

In 1901 following a close referendum, the town was incorporated as Shermerville with about 60 homes and 311 residents. By 1921, residents felt that the Shermerville name had a bad reputation. After a contest, the new name of Northbrook, submitted by Edward Landwehr, was adopted as the official name in 1923. At that time there were 500 residents.

Northbrook did not grow rapidly until after World War II when subdivisions of homes were first developed. In 1940 the population was 1,265, but by 1960 the population was 11,635. Another growth spurt was stimulated by the completion in 1963 of a water line to bring Lake Michigan water to Northbrook's new water treatment plant. By 1970 the population had more than doubled to 25,422. The current population is 33,435 (2000 census).

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