The modelRead full Volkswagen Taigo review
If you’re after something that’s stylish, comfortable and practical, the Taigo could be a great option for you. It's not as capable or fun as the Ford Puma but that’s forgivable given the superb ride, generous rear passenger space and the fact that you get plenty of toys with even the entry-level version.
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Top-tier R-Line trim isn’t much more expensive than Style trim but has a sportier focus. That means you get sportier exterior styling, special sports seats and a Driving Profile Selection switch. You go without Style trim’s matrix LED headlights but do get LED headlights with automatic high beam.
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The second most powerful engine in the line-up is also our chosen version. That’s because it has a little more power, at 108bhp, and will get you up to motorway speeds with less fuss. It’s not the fastest thing in the world, but it responds quickly to your inputs and gives you sufficient performance for everyday driving. We’ve only tried it with the optional DSG automatic gearbox but imagine the six-speed manual gearbox will be great.
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