VW Transporter Kombi Trendline review

Tuesday, April 7th 2015. | Others

Volkswagen Transporter Kombi Trendline 2.0 TDI 140PS SWB What is it?

AS Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ smash hit display in the UK – and around the world – the VW Transporter needs little presentation.

It spaces conveniently between the Caddy and the Crafter in the Volkswagen van range. Also, kid, does it have history: generation started in 1950 and the vehicle is currently in its fifth era. More than 10 million Transporters have been created subsequent to 1950.

The most recent era T5 was propelled in Europe in September 2009.

Owing to appeal for the ‘Kombi pack’ on the past Transporter window van, Volkswagen now offers a stand alone Kombi model.

The Kombi gives the adaptability of a board van with seats for five as standard or, with the discretionary double traveler seat, up to six individuals.

Back travelers have a sliding window in the side entryway and board on inverse side, however the side board behind them stays strong. It has a back tailgate with warmed back window and wash/wiper, however this can be requested without window, or with pivoted wing entryways (with or without windows).

The VW Transporter Kombi is an attractive bit of pack with smooth looks and packs of style, both all around.

The taxicab is agreeable and, with an additional column of seats behind and no bulkhead to particular the loadspace, the inside feels roomy and is more likened to a quality MPV than a van.

Just the same as its standard Transporter stablemate, the driving position is top of the line with magnificent perceivability. Controls are exact and instruments are decently composed and clear. It’s unmistakably all Volkswagen.

The 140hp adaptation of the 2.0-liter TDI engine is exceptionally responsive with 340Nm of torque. It’ll zip the Transporter rapidly up to speed and on to a top velocity of 108mph in case you’re anyplace where that is safe and legal.

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