Volkswagen Touran review: Peak practicality

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The world might have gone SUV and crossover mad, but if you’ve a brood of three (or more) to cart around then a mid-sized crossover like the Nissan Qashqai doesn’t actually cut it. That’s why – despite their perceived lack of sexiness – MPVs like the Volkswagen Touran continue to prevail.

If you need five or seven seats, want more than two isofix child seat fixing points and, frankly, aren’t looking to spend oodles of cash on a car, then a mid-sized MPV such as this really is your best bet when buying new.

Handy, then, that Volkswagen has just refreshed the Touran as part of its on-going range renewal. Based on the underpinning of a Golf (the MQB platform), the Touran comes with seven seats as standard and starts from £22,270/$33,405 in the UK. Is this the family “Wagen” to go for?

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https://www.pocket-lint.com/cars/reviews/volkswagen/138427-volkswagen-touran-review-peak-practicality

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