Thursday, August 06, 2015

2016 Volkswagen Touareg Review, Say Good Bye to Hybrid

Car Junkie - 2016 Volkswagen Touareg Review. The current Touareg was renewed one year back, while should all be wondering why it is to gain more updates this year as 2016 versions. Despite the crossover is still new, the best guess seems obvious that the soon-coming Volkswagen Touareg will only gain slight touch. But what kind of updates they are, simply our questions today. Simple answer is, Volkswagen is killing the hybrid versions and the surprise is that the company commits to conjure the redesigned Touareg as more affordably priced crossover lines - while the Camry Hybrid is to offer 2016 versions. Prices are reduced no less than $2000, however, they won't be belonged to cheapest SUVs around. The reason why Volkswagen kills its Touareg isn't officially explained, yet in essence, it never meets the owner's goals.

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2016 Volkswagen Touareg - coming in lower prices and losing its hybrid versions

To remind us that the ongoing Touareg Hybrid was born in 2011, packaged a V6 paired with an electric motor, the low achievement was stuck at 20 mpg/city and 24 mpg/hwy. While gas- and diesel-powered Touareg SUVs are set to keep going with 2016 modernization, given sweeter look and better fuel economy. Expected to lift its line up in the market over the planned minor changes.

If we have to compare the new pricing to its tight competitors like Murano or Ford Edge, 2016 Volkswagen Touareg price will still be more expensive. That extra bucks you pay surely do you fifty-fifty favor. And you get it wrong if thinking that the lowered price will still its luxury and vital tech equipment. Driving assistance such as adaptive cruise control, collision alert, departure warning and automatic braking system remain available. Even 4 new 21-inch wheel style gives customers extra  pleasure, also Volkswagen's Park Assist is to feature the 2016 Touareg Sport model.

The upcoming Volkswagen Touareg luxury crossovers are scheduled to go on sale sometime this year as 2016 models. MSRP for the base Touareg will start about $41,000 to $43,000. Tell us if this SUV is worth waiting.


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