Electrified Skoda Superb and Volkswagen Passat fail moose testMay 28, 2020
A couple of hybrid station wagons of the Volkswagen Group concern had problems on the “moose test” of the Swedish auto magazine Teknikens Varld.
According to experts, modern cars, so that they can be considered safe for public roads, must pass the “moose test” at a speed of at least 72 km / h without complaints. Note that neither the Skoda Superb iV nor the Volkswagen Passat GTE were able to show good results during testing. The Czech and German models showed maximum speed during testing only 70 km / h.
It is also known that repeated tests with other drivers have been carried out, but the results have not been improved. Note that recently problems on the “moose test” were found in Toyota Hilux, which, after an unsuccessful result on Teknikens Varld tests, was finalized by the Japanese automaker.
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