Taos Owner's Manuals

When creating the Taos crossover, the German car company was inspired by European style. The car attracts attention with unusual square-shaped headlights, and its bright blue color remains in the memory of passers-by for a long time. Even the radiator grill has undergone modernization: now it differs from the others due to the fashionable LED strip. The dimensions of the vehicle are almost identical to those of the Volkswagen Golf, but the Taos doesn’t look small next to its competitors.
In the Sport configuration, the driver will be pleasantly surprised by the steering, because the crossover can easily cope with all obstacles on the road. It is available with all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive, but experienced motorists are advised to choose the second option. Interior materials are dominated by dark brown leather and black plastic. This combination allows passengers to literally drown in luxury and sophistication. In order not to get bored on the road, they will be content with a six and a half-inch screen, the MBI3 infotainment system, which, by the way, the Tiguan model also has, and other useful features.
Responsible for the safety of Taos are: cruise control, a system that prevents collisions, a partial manual driving function, a heated steering wheel, blind spot monitoring, rain sensors, which the developers prudently equipped with wipers and so on. Such a number of security systems and assistants makes us come to the conclusion that Volkswagen clearly cares about the health of its customers, which is good news.