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The Volkswagen Touran car is divided into generations:
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The Touran is a compact and highly functional family car manufactured by Volkswagen since 2003. The name "Touran" is a combination of "Tour" and "Sharan." This model fills the gap in the Volkswagen model range between the Volkswagen Golf, with which it shares the same platform, and the larger Volkswagen Sharan. The car is available in five or seven-seater versions. Currently, there have been three generations of this car model.
The technical specifications of each car vary depending on its modifications. The following table provides an overview of the Volkswagen Touran technical specifications.
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Volkswagen Touran I (2003-2006)
In releasing this model, Volkswagen decided to compete in the minivan market with a reliable, functional car built on the proven Golf hatchback platform. In 2003, the European minivan market was dominated by such manufacturers as Renault, Citroen, Opel, Fiat and Ford.
Volkswagen had a tough time keeping up with the leading competitors in the segment where price was the decisive factor, but the carmaker chose a different approach. While other automakers invested more time and money in car design, Volkswagen chose the "function over form" concept and created a rather boring-looking transportation vehicle. Although it was not as attractive as the others, it convinced customers with its safety features, five-star EuroNCAP results, and reliable engine range.
Volkswagen Touran had a chrome-plated radiator grille decoration and a set of clear front lights with four separate lamps, including optionally mounted xenon lights. The first-generation Touran interior was very spacious and practical, with large windows and many storage compartments. The last row of seats can be folded, so the luggage compartment increases from just 121 liters to 695 liters.
Volkswagen Touran engines can be chosen from a range of ten petrol and turbodiesel engines. These include 1.6 FSI and two diesel engines: 1.9 TDI 74 kW (101 hp; 99 hp) and 2.0 TDI 103 kW (140 hp; 138 hp).
Volkswagen Touran I facelift (2006-2010)
In the updated model of 2006, new front lights with a chrome surround were added, with a design similar to those in the Polo model. Its grille was also complemented by a shiny finish. The bumper received wider protection at the bottom and body color accents. The back was slightly redesigned, but the rear lights remained the same shape. Volkswagen added more airbags and a tire pressure monitoring system to the safety system. The front suspension was modified for better stability and improved handling. The revised model also got a larger and more comfortable cabin.
The Volkswagen Touran II (2010-2015) is a seven-seater minivan that was introduced by Volkswagen in 2010. It was created on the same platform as the sixth-generation VW Golf and continued the successful compact minivan saga. The front part of the Touran resembles the Golf model, with angular headlights and chrome strips.
The circular bumper has a pair of fog lights and wide grilles between them. The short and upright engine hood extends to a further front glass. At the back, the car manufacturer made a vertical rear glass and door handles with incorporated horizontal lights. Inside, the manufacturer installed high-mounted seats that can accommodate seven people. Due to the flat-foldable rear seats and folding middle row, the luggage volume can increase up to 1,989 liters. Since 2010, the Touran model also comes with a new RNS 315 information and entertainment system with a touch screen.
Under the hood of the Touran II are four new engines that consume 19% less fuel. Volkswagen also introduced a new, highly economical 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline engine and a 1.6-liter TDI engine. The engine power ranges from 90 horsepower to 170 horsepower. The VW Touran is available with a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic transmission
On the road, the Touran is a reliable, predictable, and well-controlled vehicle, even in sharp turns.
The third generation of Touran was introduced at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. This model became more stylish than before, with more comfort and safety features.
In terms of design, the third generation VW Touran has changed little, but due to the longer wheelbase, it now looks more elegant than previous generation models. This Touran is 130 mm longer than its predecessor. At the front, a thin, low air vent emphasizes the width of this compact MPV and its low center of gravity. A contour line starts above the front wheel arches and continues along the side windows, emphasizing the length of the car, while long side windows add to its light and sporty appearance.
Inside, there is room for seven passengers - the middle row has seven separate seats that can be slid and tilted, while the third row is suitable for children. When folded, the second and third rows of seats form a flat base and significantly increase the luggage space. The instrument panel in this model is minimalist and reflects Volkswagen style. The information and entertainment system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connections. The car also features an automatic braking system, adaptive cruise control, and a rear traffic alert and warning system.
The third-generation Touran is available with three turbocharged diesel engines and three turbocharged petrol engines. Most versions are equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission.
The third-generation Volkswagen Touran was created to compete with the best compact 7-seater MPVs in its segment. Efficient engines complement the tidy design and overall quality.