Volkswagen Touareg Features –
- 280-hp 3.6L V6 engine
- Up to 7,716 lbs. of towing capacity
- Dual-zone automatic climate control
- 8-way power-adjustable front seats
- 6.5 or 8″ color touchscreen
With impressive all-wheel-drive performance that can take you nearly anywhere, tech-savvy amenities, and sophistication in every luxurious detail, the Touareg is the pinnacle of our craftsmanship.
It begins with how it feels to sit down in seats with available leather seating surfaces. The experience is enhanced by a bevy of sophisticated amenities one could easily become accustomed to.
What are critics saying about the Volkswagen Touareg?
The standard Tiguan feels secure when you’re driving around turns, but not particularly athletic. Still, there’s plenty of poise, which is remarkable given how smoothly and quietly this VW rides. The R-Line upsets that equilibrium a bit, thanks to firmer suspension tuning and larger wheels that transmit additional impact harshness into the cabin. In general, though, the Tiguan provides an enjoyable driving experience. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
The name sounds odd, but the Touareg offers a comfortable ride and spirited performance—something we all can understand. Powertrains include a 280-hp VR6 or an optional 240-hp turbodiesel V-6 with 406 lb-ft. An eight-speed auto and all-wheel drive are standard on both. The Touareg is large, comfortable, and quite capable off-pavement. The VR6 is adequate in terms of performance; the diesel is fuel-efficient but gets pricey with options. This diesel engine is not affected by the stop-sale order. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The Touareg continues to be a decent premium crossover with good rear visibility, a solid interior, and feels substantial on the road. The 20-inch alloy wheels, however, does hurt the crossover’s ride by making it rougher on less-than-perfect pavement. Despite lacking a premium badge, the Touareg’s interior features high quality materials such as real wood and metal accents; however, certain premium features such as ventilated front seats are mysteriously not offered even on the highest trim level. Auto-hold is also missing from the features list despite the crossover being one of the few off-road-capable ones. Read More >>