About Bud Brown Volkswagen
Serving Olathe, KS
At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with top-tier automotive service.
When you shop at Bud Brown Volkswagen, you’ll discover such conveniences as:
- Newest and most comfortable VW showroom & dealership facility in the area
- You’ll find the car you want, KC area’s best selection of new and World Auto Certified Pre-Owned VWs
- Family-owned and operated since 1949
- The home of really happy customers, check us out at Google, DealerRater and Yelp!
- Finance and Lease Specialists will save you time and money
- Exclusive Bud Brown Extra Care Maintenance comes with every new and pre-owned car.
- Best service experience, Open six days a week, Online Service Scheduling and Complimentary Service Loaners
Our Dealership and employees are dedicated to providing our customers with the most hassle-free and pleasurable car buying and service experience in the metro area. Bud Brown Volkswagen is proud to provide you with the most extensive selection of New Volkswagen models and used vehicles in the Kansas City Metropolitan area, and we offer many automotive products and services to our Kansas City area customers as well. From quality new Volkswagen vehicles to used cars, we know anyone looking for a vehicle in Kansas City will likely find what they want at our dealership.
Incorporated in 1857 with the help of Dr. John T. Barton, the name Olathe, which translates to "beautiful", is derived from the language of the Shawnee, one of the original Native American tribes that inhabited the Kansas plains. By late 1859, the town became the county seat as it earned a reputation for being one of the stops for gold prospectors and farmers on their way to the West Coast. Hard-won economy helped foster the area's growth, including the rise of the Hyer Boot factory, lumber companies and milling industry. Olathe saw a massive population increase at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, and the town continued to swell as the turn of the century grew closer. In the late 1950s, Highway 35, which solidified Olathe's position as a major Midwestern city, was constructed and the city continued to grow. In 2008, Olathe, KS was dubbed the 11th "Best City to Live in the United States" by CNN/Money and Money magazine, partly because of its exceptional economic growth.
Visitors are sure to discover a quality living environment infused with a lot of culture, art and history within the city of Olathe, KS.
- Olathe Community Theatre Associaton
- Ernie Miller Park and Nature Center
- Lake Olathe
- Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm - a unique hands on experience for visitors of all ages focusing on 1860s farming, frontier life and stagecoach travel while preserving the nationally significant Mahaffie Story.
- Ensor Park and Museum- This century old dairy farm home of two generations of the Ensor family presents a view of their home and the life they led.
- Hertiage Park - dedicated in 1981, the park encompasses 1,238 acres.