Touareg Owner's Manuals
Volkswagen Touareg is a car that belongs to the class of mid-size SUVs. It is located in the production of the Volkswagen automobile concern. This model is the third in the history of SUVs from the German manufacturer. Modern models, in the new generation, have undergone significant changes in terms of configurations and technical equipment.
The first thing that can be noted is that the developers have already made improvements in the all-wheel drive system in the basic version. It has a demultiplier, which is blocked by the central and rear differentials (mechanical). There are three engines to choose from. The first turbo engine, the volume of which is 2.0 liters, with a generated power of 249 horsepower. The second is supercharged, with a volume of 3.0 liters, with a maximum return of 340 liters. With. The third 3-liter turbodiesel, with a maximum output (which is artificially limited) of 249 liters. With. They will be paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Dynamic performance is quite good – acceleration to 100 km. in 6.8 sec. At the same time, fuel consumption, with average consumption, is relatively small – 7.1 liters. The Touareg shares the same platform with the Audi Q5, while the second car has a slightly higher safety record (by a few percent). In terms of handling, the new Volkswagen can be compared with the Audi Q7, to which it is practically in no way inferior. The exterior is typical for many cars of the concern. In particular, it wobbles the radiator grille, which intersects with metal slats. Also, head optics of impressive size flaunts in front, which is divided into segments. In the cabin, they tried as much as possible to move away from the physical control buttons. All this thanks to the wide control display of the multimedia system (deployed towards the driver). In general, the interior is designed in a premium style – the entire interior is made of genuine leather. The main competitors and similar models from other manufacturers include the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Nissan Pathfinder, and, of course, the Audi Q5. There are 28 different trim levels for the new Touareg to choose from. Depending on this, the price will vary from 60,683 to 77,625 thousand dollars.