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Why Do Owners Complain About the 2005 Volkswagen Touareg the Most?

When Volkswagen finally entered the SUV market in 2004, the Touareg created a lot of excitement with VW fans. The crossover SUV had a choice of three engines, off-road maneuverability, and of course, SUV versatility. The 2005 Volkswagen Touareg has a unibody structure and a carlike look that is reminiscent of Volkswagen’s luxury sedans. Even …
Volkswagen Touareg SUV on display at Brussels Expo

The 2020 Volkswagen Touareg: The Best Diesel SUV Americans Can’t Buy

The Touareg was Volkswagen’s first foray into the SUV world, and it was a vehicle that combined the practicality with the Volkswagen name. They were late to the SUV party, introducing the Volkswagen Touareg to American drivers in 2004. Fans in the United States were disappointed when VW decided to discontinue the Touareg in 2018 …
The new Volkswagen Touareg R50 is displayed at the 2007 Australian International Motor Show at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre

Why You Should Never Buy the 2007 Volkswagen Touareg

Volkswagen fans are loyal to their favorite models, often owning more than one in their lifetimes. Those who own a Volkswagen Touareg are equally fierce about adoring their SUVs, and there are plenty of reasons why. Produced from 2004 through 2017, this luxury SUV was one of the first in the segment, and, according to …
A Volkswagen Touareg is seen during the Vienna Car Show press preview at Messe Wien, as part of Vienna Holiday Fair

The Volkswagen Touareg Has Some Expensive Common Problems

Volkswagen is well-known for two things, making great cars and, unfortunately for VW, Dieselgate. That said, despite VW’s high-tech process of making a car, VW makes a lot of mistakes down the road. Here’s a look at the Volkswagen Touareg and some of the most expensive issues it may have. The 2007 Volkswagen Touareg’s engine …
A grey Touareg SUV off-road.

The Volkswagen Touareg Is Surprisingly Good Off-Road

Picture this: you’re happily crawling up an off-road trail in the Colorado Rockies in a luxury SUV. As you process that image, let’s suppose that the luxury SUV is a Volkswagen Touareg. So, how does a comfortable, tech-heavy mommy cruiser climb up a rugged 4X4 trail? It does it surprisingly well. The Touareg, as The Fast …