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The Volkswagen Multivan is better to drive and more sophisticated than its van-based MPV rivals, plus it comes with an extensive range of engine options to suit all needs.
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Entry-level Life models get parking aids front and rear, plus a reversing camera, adaptive cruise control, a 10in infotainment system, LED headlights, plus 16in alloy wheels (17in for the eHybrid model).
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With lower emissions and a longer official electric range than the equivalent Ford Tourneo Custom PHEV, the eHybrid is sprightly and more than up to the task of motivating the large Multivan. It's not the most refined version on the motorway, though.
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