The new Volkswagen Viloran minivan became the bestseller in its classSeptember 5, 2020
The car entered the market in May of this year and has shown good sales from the very beginning of the summer.
Volkswagen brought its new Viloran minivan to the Chinese car market in May 2020. According to the portal “New Cars”, in the three summer months it was bought 12 thousand times. Thus, it is ahead of the previous leader in the minivan class Honda Odyssey. Among the technical features, we note the emergence of the modern MQB platform. With a length of 5,346 mm, the minivan has a wheelbase of 3,180 mm.
In the front of the car, you can recognize the features of the latest generation Volkswagen Touareg crossover. The Volkswagen Viloran cabin can accommodate 7 people, while the second row has separate seats. Separately, it is worth talking about an electrically operated side door, which in tandem with a large doorway will provide comfort even for tall passengers. Buyers will be able to purchase a car with a 2.0-liter engine with 186 or 220 hp.
As a transmission, the manufacturer chose an 8-speed “automatic”, you can also count on four-wheel drive.
The car is positioned as a premium one largely due to its rich technical equipment – already in the basic version you can count on intelligent cruise control, an emergency braking system, a virtual dashboard, climate control for 3 zones, leather trim and all-round cameras.
Chinese dealers estimated the initial version at 286.8 thousand yuan, and for the maximum configuration they will have to pay 376.8 thousand yuan
Meanwhile, Volkswagen has shared pictures of the new coupe-like crossover Tiguan X. The car will be produced at the Volkswagen plant in Shanghai. One of the features will be the presence of the R-Line sports package.
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