Available in SE, SEL, and R-Line trims, the 1.5l VW Touran roars onto the VW Motability market with three rows of seating, including a back row that is fully foldable to create a bigger boot space. When combined with its refined look, performance, and excellent safety features, making it the ideal hatchback with crossover SUV qualities.
The versatile seat configurations are only a part of the vehicle's appeal. The MQB powered VW Motability car has large rear side doors that offer excellent accessibility. It is longer than its predecessor by over 4” while even the middle row can be folded if needed for a huge 1,857l capacity.
As a Motability user, that is particularly useful if transporting a wheelchair, for example. The dashboard is very similar to that of the Golf, so any users making the transition from its VW sibling should acclimatise very quickly.
The Volkswagen Touran MPV strikes a good balance between agile steering and smooth driving while the road sounds are quite quiet when driving around town or on the motorway. You won't feel the little bumps on the road or big vibrations, which is good news for a driver on the Motability scheme, or those with young kids.
When looking at MPVs on Motability, the VW Touran stands out as a good option because it;
VW's Touran on Motability is the perfect solution for users that need attributes of an SUV along with the practicality and economic driving of a hatchback. As far as MPVs are concerned, it is one of the most family-friendly solutions around.