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Large, stylish and luxurious, the Touareg has been a popular crossover SUV from the German automaker Volkswagen since its introduction to UK market in 2002. The development of the Touareg was a joint project between Volkswagen, Porsche and Audi, who has the common goal of creating a car which could provide sports car handling whilst also exhibiting serious off-road capability. The current second generation Touareg debuted at the 2010 Munich and Beijing International Motor Shows. The Touareg is a strong rival against models like the Land Rover Discovery Sport, Audi Q7 SUV and Toyota Land Cruiser, with its 2014 facelift helping to maintain a fresh image amongst this competition.
While older Touareg models could come with a 5.0-litre V10 diesel, as of the 2014 facelift there is just one engine available in the Touareg. This powerful 3.0-litre V6 TDI diesel unit is expected to deliver on all levels however, and it also features in other Audi and VW Group models. In its 258bhp guise and mated to an eight-speed Tiptronic automatic gearbox, this engine is capable of the benchmark 0-62mph sprint in just 7.3 seconds; all the performance you could ever need. All engines feature Volkswagen's BlueMotion technology, incorporating features such as stop/start technology and low-rolling-resistance tyres to reduce emissions and boost efficiency, with Volkswagen claiming as much as 42.8mpg.
The Volkswagen Group have a renowned and enviable reputation for making reliable high-quality cars, and this is where the Touareg really shines. Loaded with the latest technology and safety equipment, it is hard to find fault with the Touareg, which features 19-inch alloy wheels, eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, sat-nav, heated seats, dual-zone climate control, parking sensors, nine airbags, hill descent control and adaptive cruise control as standard even in its most basic model. To top that off, the Touareg has class-leading levels of space, with a cavernous 580-litre boot capacity and a large comfortable cabin.
The Touareg offers the very best in terms of family-friendly practicality and technology, and is excellent value for money considering it shares the same mechanical package as the pricey Porsche Cayenne.
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