2012 Volkswagen Touareg TDI Test Drive & SUV Video Review

http://www.autobytel.com/new-cars/volkswagen/touareg/ The 2012 Volkswagen Touareg is the only Diesel non-luxury SUV being sold in America today, and is a fiv…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 thoughts on “2012 Volkswagen Touareg TDI Test Drive & SUV Video Review

  1. Tim Fletchall

    This will likely be our next vehicle. Probably even shoot for a 2012 when
    it’s time.

  2. George Drifter

    A fully loaded Touareg TDI lists at over $60K. Of course it’s a luxury

  3. Beato Amore

    Toyota Land Cruiser 200, Mercedes-Benz GL, Volkswagen Touareg – the best

  4. Krashdavus

    The torque from this V6 is amazing. It’s a blast to drive when you get on
    it. If I had to nitpick one thing, the transmission calibration is less
    than stellar – as shifting at low speed is somewhat jerky.

  5. TheGermarican

    Does this guy have a recent DUI on record? Drive the damn cars. Can’t take
    you seriously when you just stand in front of the car…..

  6. bmorant1902

    This guy is a shithead, totally agree. He never explains what he doesn’t
    like about the vehicle. Always onesided. 

  7. LaoK8710

    u kidding me! u r comparing the VW tdi with Lexus Rx? man! am sorry , but
    there is no comparison between these two SUV, plus, Rx is made for
    middle-age mom.

  8. Noel C

    I love my VW Touareg TDI and driving back n forth from NV to CA; it is so
    much fun to drive and smooth and I only fill the tank once driving from LV
    to San Diego back n forth. My SUV , I have calculated gets me at least 30
    to 31 mpg on the highway and with my work being only 2.5 miles away from; I
    fill the tank once a month.

  9. Persian5word

    “If you need room for more than 5 people get a minivan” well, a minivan its
    not a SUV!!!

  10. Lucas L

    my uncles vw jetta tdi has over 500,000km on it and never done more than an
    oil change and new tires. Sounds reliable to me

  11. KYoss68

    The high price is a result of the weak Dollar. The Touareg is built in
    Europe and imported to the U.S.

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