For The VW Touran 2.0 TDI 140 Sport is one of the best MPVs in its sector to drive thanks to a well controlled ride and plenty of grip. It's also comfortable and versatile inside the cabin.
Against Volkswagen has come up with a great MPV, but the interior could do with a bit of razzle-dazzle to make it a more attractive place to spend time.
The VW Touran 2.0 TDI 140 Sport is a great MPV for all occasions thanks to its versatility and sound build quality. The cabin could do with a few more storage points, but otherwise it's a good bet.
The Volkswagen Touran is a fine family car. It’s not as roomy as the likes of a Peugeot 5008 or Ford S-Max, or VW’s own Sharan, for that matter, but it has space for seven, or transforms into a five-seater with a massive boot. Its more compact dimensions make it easy to park, too.
Even the lowest-spec Touran comes with decent kit, but we’d upgrade to mid-spec SE trim for a few more desirable luxuries. Don’t go up any further, though - the higher end models compete against much larger, more spacious rivals.
There are some great engines available. We reckon the turbocharged 1.2 petrol will be adequate for most buyers. Performance is merely modest, especially when you’re loaded up, but it’s impressively affordable to buy and run. High-mileage motorists and company car drivers will be better off with one of the diesels, though, and the 1.6 should be fine for most.
We traded in an 8 year old Audi A4 for a new Touran, with time to select a few options and order for '62'. Firstly we wanted a lighter interior than…
We own the 2.0TDI MATCH model (late 2009) and highly recommend it. I originally was against the Touran but this was based on cosmetics(and before i…
The VW Touran 1.2 TSI Bluemotion Tech SE is our favourite Touran in SE trim. It’s loaded with kit, but doesn’t cost too much to buy or run.