An attractive car with small flaws

Volkswagen belongs to the R-Line, which we think is not a very wise trim level. You might find it funny that the company’s name translates to people’s car, but now it’s making a vehicle that’s targeted at a specific group of buyers.

Nevertheless, the car is attractive and spacious and is much distinctive in the metal than the original version. The vehicle has been introduced for the next year alongside range-wide updates. It is a very exotic vehicle, as exotic as the company can make.

There are many people that like exotic and comfortable vehicles and are ready to give up on some features. It’s a very good vehicle, has a good design, and provides good performance as well.

The car doesn’t come with many surprises, and if there are any, they are just minor. So, if you were expecting some big changes, you might be disappointed. Although, the company has taken a new body style, which was properly explored just recently by Mercedes and Ferrari. If we talk about the engine, the options are the same. The range includes the 174bhp 2.0-liter petrol, which we tested and it has seven-speed DSG, so we can expect it the most popular version in the range. Front-wheel drive is also provided, but not on the 181 bhp 2.0-litre TDI. If you want to get 4Motion with this version, you have to pay some extra money.

But, it’s not the only model that will provide a four-wheel drive, there’s another model as well. An exciting thing about the new car is that underneath the long clamshell bonnet, the 1.4-liter PHEV hybrid unit and the 2.0-liter motor will be deployed by the company very soon. It comes with 311bhp and two driven axles, so you shouldn’t expect much change. The version will replace the 268bhp TSI as the flagship. It is expected to offer more excitement than the previous version of the model, which is generally considered to be lackluster.