2021 Volkswagen Touareg Pricing and Specs
The Volkswagen Touareg 2021 is available in Diesel. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the SUV 3.0L 8 SP Automatic to the SUV 4.0L 8 SP Automatic.
|Volkswagen Touareg Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|170TDI||3.0LDieselDiesel8 SP AUTO8 speed automatic||$81,490|
|210TDI Elegance||3.0LDieselDiesel8 SP AUTO8 speed automatic||$99,490|
|210TDI R-Line||3.0LDieselDiesel8 SP AUTO8 speed automatic||$108,990|
|210TDI Wolfsburg Edition||3.0LDieselDiesel8 SP AUTO8 speed automatic||$119,990|
|V8 TDI R-Line||4.0LDieselDiesel8 SP AUTO8 speed automatic||$136,490|
|V8 TDI Wolfsburg Edition||4.0LDieselDiesel8 SP AUTO8 speed automatic||$139,990|
Volkswagen Touareg 2021 FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Volkswagen Touareg here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
What do you recommend for towing a horse trailer and large draft-horse?
None of the vehicles you’ve listed are exactly low-maintenance units. They all have complex all-wheel-drive drivelines (which will be appreciated when towing a heavy trailer across a wet showground) and they use the latest common-rail diesel technology which is fairly intolerant of poor servicing.
As for a power tailgate on a ute, I’m afraid you’re out of luck. But some of the wagon versions of these vehicles can be optioned with powered tailgates. The catch there is that these vehicles use coil sprung rear axles (as opposed to the leaf-sprung ute versions) so they’re not as adept at towing. The Toyota Fortuner, for instance can’t match the HiLux’s 3.5-tonne limit and makes do with 2800kg; not enough for your requirements. The Ford Everest (based on the Ranger) is a little better at 3000kg, but still trails the Ranger’s 3500kg towing capacity and is right on your self-imposed minimum.Show more
Volkswagen Touareg 2007: GVM and GCM
It depends on the specific model. The GVM varies from 2850 kg to 3200 kg; the GCM varies from 5735 kg to 6700 kg.Show more
What car should I buy for $70,000?
You’ve pretty much covered the field there, so it should come down to what you want from your car. Do you want comfort, safety, fuel efficiency, offroad capability, cabin space? If you are mostly driving on the highway, then a diesel SUV is probably the best bet. I would rule out a dual-cab ute because of comfort, unless you need the flexibility a ute gives you. I would rule out a hybrid, they’re not at their most efficient on the highway; they’re better suited to town use. Based on your annual mileage I wouldn’t keep the car any more than 3-4 years, that way you’ll have a decent resale value when you get out of it.Show more