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Volkswagen Touran 2003-

The new CrossTouran - Central Aspects

Germany’s most popular compact van in a new dynamic lifestyle look

Wolfsburg/Bologna, 03 December 2006 -

* CrossTouran appears as a sporty all-rounder
* 125 kW (170 hp) TSI Twincharger with DSG available for the first time
* SUV elements on the CrossTouran underscore the lifestyle character
* Exclusive 17-inch alloy wheels with differing width front and back lift the CrossTouran above the rest

Right before the turn of the year Volkswagen is presenting another member of the “Cross” family at the 30th Bologna Motor Show. The CrossTouran. After the start of the CrossPolo and the CrossGolf the crossover model of the successful compact van now complements the range of options. The strikingly styled, front-wheel drive Touran appears as a practical and lifestyle-oriented all-round talent. The new CrossTouran meets the demands for driving fun, a high level of product quality and an attractive price-performance ratio. For the European market launch in Spring 2007 the CrossTouran will be available with three gasoline-powered engines and three TDIs with output ranging from 75 (102 hp) to 125 kW (170 hp). The 125 kW (170 hp) TSI Twincharger with standard DSG is certainly a highlight.

EXTERIOR

Robust bumpers, wheel arches and side trim and more ground clearance

On the exterior numerous modifications distinguish the CrossTouran from the classical Touran design. The interplay of all body elements visible from the outside is particularly noticeable. The silver anodized roof railing with black mount harmonizes with the “matte chrome” look of the new front spoiler. The central air inlet in the front spoiler was also given a border in “matte chrome” look. All other body features of the all-around protection (bumper lower sections, side running boards, wheel arches, side protective trim) consist of robust, high-quality black-grained carbon fiber. The CrossTouran has lettering directly above the side trims. The wing mirror casings and the hatchback handle are painted to match the body color. All of this bestows it a completely independent character.

Fresh body colors available for the CrossTouran provide a harmonious contrast to the applications. The color palette ranges from “Candy White” to “Deep Black”. The color “Red Rock” in particular underscores the unique character of the CrossTouran: It is a flexible all-rounder that conceptually shows true can-do qualities and at the same time makes a very positive statement about life.

One look at the silhouette also distinguishes the CrossTouran as a unique model. The mixed tire arrangement with 6.5-inch wide and 17-inch diameter alloy wheels on 215/50 tires in front and, in particular, the 8-inch wide alloy wheels on 235/45 tires in back underscore the road holding of the CrossTouran and competently fill out the wheel arches enclosed by the robust extensions. The extensions merge with the side running boards, which extend up into the doors and give the car an extremely solid and powerful character.

In order to gain the extra 12 millimeters of ground clearance the CrossTouran was equipped with a modified version of the rough-track chassis that is optional for this series: it also includes a longer suspension system. The silver anodized roof railing with black mount was however not included as a component of standard equipment for visual reasons only. It is in fact a classic way to anchor the mounting system and roof boxes. The maximum permissible load is 100 kilograms.

“Cross” is a unique product brand like “GTI” or “R”

The name “Cross” represents an independent product brand like “GTI” or “R” with a specific design as well as an equipment range specially developed for the CrossTouran. Features include the “Climatic” air-conditioning system, power windows in the front and back as well as height-adjustable comfort seats with lumbar support in front.

INTERIOR / LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

A colorful design specially developed for the CrossTouran, and great functionality make everyday driving easier

With its functional design and especially with the “Orange/Grey” interior colors, the inside of the CrossTouran imparts a youthful and pleasant atmosphere. In particular, in conjunction with the exterior “Red Rock” color this orange-grey combination has a special charm. For those who prefer to be a bit less ostentatious the “Latte Macchiato” color scheme is the fitting counterpart.

The matching cover fabrics (Design: “Eclypt Elon”) are not only used in the comfort seats in front and the back seats, but also in the door linings. The honeycomb structure incorporated into the seat flanks and upper rear part is something the observer notices right away. The seams of the three-spoke steering wheel covered in perforated leather are offset with lighter colored seams.

The practical individual seating system of the CrossTouran shows the way in terms of versatility. The three lightweight seats arranged next to one another in the second row can be quickly and easily moved – lengthwise and offset diagonally, folded down or removed. The CrossTouran can be optionally equipped with a third row of seats; if desired, the two full-fledged individual seats can each be easily lowered separately into the luggage compartment floor.

In terms of utilization, the CrossTouran is also extremely flexible when it comes to transporting luggage. In its basic configuration the luggage compartment is 695 liters. When necessary maximum storage volume can be expanded to 1,989 liters by removing the second row of seats and lowering the third row into the luggage compartment floor. Even bulky items or recreational equipment for the weekend pose no problem for the CrossTouran.

SAFETY

High stability passenger compartment and standard front, side and head airbags

The CrossTouran also makes no compromises in terms of safety. The laser-welded and, thanks to high tensile steel, especially rigid Touran body offers a high level of passive safety. The extensive standard safety equipment consisting of safety-optimized headrests in front and on the outer seats of the second row, driver and passenger airbag, side airbags in the front backrests and a head airbag system for the first and second row of seats in conjunction with three-point safety belts on all seats provide optimal occupant protection.

A high level of active safety is provided by the ESP electronic stabilization program including counter-steering feature and trailer stabilization as well as speed-regulated electro-mechanical power steering.

ENGINES / TRANSMISSIONS

Six economical engines, two transmissions and a performance range from 75 to 125 kW

No matter if it’s a basic economical engine, dynamic alternative or high-torque and thrifty TSI or TDI, the CrossTouran offers the right engine for every use and taste. All engines comply with the Euro 4 emissions standard.

GASOLINE ENGINES

CrossTouran 1.6 with 75 kW / 102 hp
The entry level is represented by the “smallest” Touran four-cylinder engine with 1.6 liters of engine space and an output of 75 kW / 102 hp. With the basic engine and five-speed manual transmission the CrossTouran is already 176 km/h fast and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 13.3 seconds. Fuel consumption is limited to 8.3 liters over 100 kilometers.

CrossTouran 1.4 TSI with 103 kW / 140 hp
The “small” Twincharger TSI deserves special attention. Thanks to twin charging via compressor and turbocharger it features an extremely high-torque and agile characteristic. Nevertheless, the engine is extraordinarily thrifty with 7.6 liters of fuel consumption over a distance of 100 kilometers. For those who like it extremely comfortable, the CrossTouran with this engine type can also be ordered with a DSG (direct shift gearbox).

CrossTouran 1.4 TSI with 125 kW / 170 hp
The most powerful direct injection gasoline engine has a sporty temperament and will be used for the first time in the CrossTouran. The gears of the Twincharger with 125 kW / 170 hp will be changed with a DSG direct shift gearbox as part of standard equipment. It also convinces with low fuel consumption with an overall average of 7.8 liters over 100 kilometers. With this engine the CrossTouran has a top speed of 208 km/h and accelerates to 100 km/h in just 8.7 seconds.

DIESEL ENGINES

CrossTouran 1.9 TDI with 77 kW / 105 hp
The 1.9 TDI with pump-jet direct injection technology and turbocharger has a standard six-gear transmission, but can also be combined with the innovative DSG direct shift gearbox. The engine accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 13.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 176 km/h (DSG: 174 km/h). With average fuel consumption of only 6.2 (DSG: 6.5) liters for 100 km it is also extra thrifty.

CrossTouran 2.0 TDI with 103 kW / 140 hp
The pump-jet four-cylinder direct injection of the 2.0 TDI attains a full 320 Nm of torque. In combination with the standard six-gear transmission it has a top speed of 196 km/h. The 140 hp TDI can be optionally equipped with direct shift gearbox. As a TDI DSG Germany’s most popular compact van goes 194 km/h. It has average fuel consumption of only 6.2 (DSG: 6.8) liters over 100 km.

CrossTouran 2.0 TDI with 125 kW / 170 hp
The second 2.0 TDI provides superior driving performance: The engine is equipped with a highly innovative Piezo pump-jet high-pressure unit-injector system and two balancer shafts. This very quiet four-valve TDI has an output of 125 kW / 170 hp (4,200 rpm), developing torque of 350 Nm (1,750 to 2.500 rpm) and accelerating the CrossTouran to 100 km/h in only 9.2 seconds. Top speed is 210 km/h (208 km/h with DSG). Here too average fuel consumption is only 7 liters over 100 kilometers.

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Old 12-05-2006, 10:14 AM
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STANDARD EQUIPMENT

CrossTouran

Specific series equipment was developed for the CrossTouran. Compared to the Conceptline version (basic version of the classic model) it includes the following features:

Exterior equipment

* Silver anodized roof railing with black mount
* Transparent “CrossTouran” logo on the rear doors
* Black grained body cover on wheel arches, running boards and doors
* “Funplay” alloy wheels,
6.5 J x 17 (215 / 50 R 17 tires) in front
8 J x 17 (235 / 45 R 17 tires) in back
* Bumpers in sporty design
* Headlights partially tinted black
* Rear lights in “Smoke” look
* Matte chrome crest grill

Interior equipment

* Seat and door covering in fabric pattern, “Eclypt Elon” design
* Leather steering wheel (3 spokes) in perforated leather with décor in stainless steel look
* Parking brake lever knob in leather
* Gearshift lever knob in leather
* 12 Volt socket for second row of seats and in luggage compartment
* Storage compartment with cover on instrument panel
* Storage pockets on backs of front seats
* Folding down passenger backrest with table and load through function
* Folding tables on backs of front seats
* Comfort seats with height adjustment and lumbar support
* Middle console with storage compartment and horizontally/height-adjustable middle armrest, with two air vents in back and a cup holder
* Drawers under the front seats

Safety equipment

* Fog lights

Functional equipment

* “Climatic” air-conditioning system
* Power windows in back
* Luggage compartment cover
* Rough-track chassis approx. 12 millimeters more ground clearance
* Two-tone horn
* Winter driving program (standard equipment for all DSGs and for 125 kW TDI six-gear transmission)

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I struggle to think why anyone looking a the standard Touran would prefer this instead of the Touran...
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why would anyone want a sporty minivan??
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why would anyone want a sporty minivan??
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I struggle to think why anyone looking a the standard Touran would prefer this instead of the Touran...
RTFA! 12mm of extra ground clearance! Twelve millimetres!!! That's almost half an inch! How many more reasons do you need?!

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RTFA! 12mm of extra ground clearance! Twelve millimetres!!! That's almost half an inch! How many more reasons do you need?!

i am officially persuaded. My new favourite car.

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Volkswagen Touran

In brief: The new Touran
Made powerful: most successful German van optimized for take off

Powerful technology: the only van in the world with Park Assist, TSI engines and DSG

Powerful design: new Touran front section underscores classless image
Wolfsburg, 13 November 2006 - The Touran is coming with a new look and new technologies. The European market launch of the new Touran begins in mid-November 2006. It’s the first van in the world that can park itself; easy to use “Park Assist“ makes parking child’s play.

* Drive offensive. In Spring 2007 the new Touran will also be the first van to have a 125 kW / 170 hp TSI engine. The direct injection gasoline engine equipped with a compressor and turbocharger features great reserves of power at very low rates of fuel consumption. Furthermore, a technically identically designed TSI engine with 103 kW / 140 hp will be immediately available on market launch. A total of two gasoline engines, four turbodiesel engines and a natural gas engine (EcoFuel) will be available during the introductory phase. All TSI and TDI engines (starting from 77 kW) can be combined with the DSG direct shift gearbox. TSI, TDI, DSG, EcoFuel – no other van currently has more innovative drive technology.

New front section and loads of perfection in detail

* Face in the crowd. At first glance the updated Touran can be recognized by the Volkswagen crest radiator grill in chrome design, a new bumper and more precisely cut headlights. The lights are optionally available as bi-xenon headlights with static and dynamic cornering light (15 degree pivoting angle) and static turning light. From the new front section the exterior length of the Volkswagen van grew by 16 mm to 4,407 mm.

* Cruise control and radio CD system. In the rear section new rear lights and the bumper modified similar to the front section allude to the new model generation. Numerous interior modifications and new technologies as well as extended standard equipment now including features such as the cruise control system and the "RCD 300" radio CD system with MP3 playback feature (Conceptline) top off the package of features.

The Touran has been the top selling van in Germany since 2003

* Bestseller from the beginning. The success story of the Touran began in Spring 2003. The flexible all-rounder captured the top position of German van registrations from the get go. And nothing has changed this ranking up to being replaced by the new model generation now being presented. In September 2006 there were still 8,260 new Tourans registered in Germany – first place, although the successor was already in the starting blocks. Up to the end of September 2006 a total of exactly 62,885 new car buyers in Germany decided in favor of the Touran; with a share of 18.3 percent it is ahead of every other van. Moreover, the Touran also occupies an excellent position in Europe.

* On the way to a million. The Touran already broke the half-million unit mark in December 2005. By the end of September 2006 0.64 million units of the Touran were sold world wide. Incidentally, 60 percent of buyers have more than one child and average between 28 and 49 years in age. Far more than 50 percent have a second car. And virtually all of them swear by the classless image of the Volkswagen. A significant factor for success.

The new Touran - Park Assist
Only van in the world with an automatic parking feature

The Touran can virtually park itself within 15 seconds; the driver retains full control

Park Assist is intuitively operated; the Touran steers itself into the space

A one-of-a-kind in the world technology highlight of the new Touran is its optional parking steering assistant called "Park Assist" (including "Park Pilot" / distance warning front and back and the "Hill Hold Control" hill climbing assistant). Developed by Volkswagen, "Park Assist" enables automatic parking. The intuitively operated system is activated at the press of a button. The button for this feature is located in front of the gearshift lever knob.

When driving by at speeds of up to 30 km/h and a distance of 0.5 to 1.5 meters to other parked cars an ultrasonic sensor system detects all parking spaces on the right and left that are parallel to the driving lane; a control unit calculates the ideal path for parking. "Park Assist" notifies the driver about the starting position by showing it in the multifunctional display, directly in the driver’s field of vision. The driver thereupon engages reverse gear.

"Steering intervention active! Watch surroundings!" now appears in the display. During the entire parking process the driver only has to accelerate, engage the clutch and brake – the Touran does the steering. Once "Park Pilot" (distance warning system), part of standard equipment in this case, switches to a continuous signal for the first time, the optimal distance to the nearest vehicle is attained (approx. 20 centimeters). Park Assist is instantly deactivated when the speed it too high and/or when the driver takes over steering. Once reverse gear is engaged the entire parking process normally takes a matter of only 15 seconds.

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The new Touran - Equipment concept
Conceptline, Trendline and Highline upgraded

No basic version: Touran Conceptline with enhanced comfort equipment

Uncompromising safety: top pedestrian safety, ESP as standard equipment
Wolfsburg, 13 November 2006

The new Touran is available in three equipment lines, "Conceptline", "Trendline" and "Highline". All three lines have been enhanced over their predecessors. There is no basic equipment version is the classical sense, because the "Conceptline" already has extensive standard equipment. The term "Trendline" signifies equipment with a high level of comfort. At Volkswagen "Highline" refers to the most exclusive equipment version in numerous model ranges.

Touran Conceptline.

New upholstery fabrics and appointments breath new life into the interior of the next generation Touran, lending it a more refined feel. The middle plate of the instrument panel, for example: It is now crafted in a stainless steel design. The same is true for the area around the standard storage compartment above the middle console. In addition, the basic "Conceptline" version is refined by décor inlays and the new "Media" interior trim: diagonally striped fabric in the area of seat and back surfaces, available in a choice of "Anthracite" and "Light Blue" colors.

Standard onboard equipment now includes a speed control system (GRA) and the "RCD 300" radio CD system with integrated MP3 mode. Also true in terms of safety: no compromises. Front, side and head airbags are also included as standard features, as well as the ESP Electronic Stabilization Program including counter-steering feature and trailer stabilization (also see page 8).

Touran Trendline.

The stainless steel theme is even more pronounced in the "Trendline", the next highest equipment version: The décor trim here also exhibits this design. It has a comfortable character matching the new "Energy" interior trim. In terms of the pattern, the seats and back surfaces are also kept in contrast to the side parts here. "Energy" is offered in the colors "Titan Black" and "Art Grey".

The Touran Trendline now comes with the semi-automatic "Climatic" air-conditioning system as standard equipment (previously a Highline equipment feature). Retained from its predecessor are useful details such as folding front passenger backrest with table and load through facility, folding tables on the backs of the front seats as well as pigeonholes below the driver and passenger seats. Also practical is the storage compartment in the instrument panel that in this case can be locked. Standard equipment also includes the height-adjustable comfort seats with lumbar support (front). Among other things, the Touran Trendline can be identified by the black roof railing and door handles and side bump strips painted in the color of the car.

Highline.

At Volkswagen "Highline" refers to the most exclusive Volkswagen equipment in the Touran, Passat and Sharan models. In the case of the updated Touran this includes the new and refined "Mando" interior trim (in "Anthracite", "Art Grey" and "Latte Macchiato" fabric colors), sport seats, patterned inlays in "brushed aluminum", an air-conditioning system (Climatronic instead of Climatic), the most powerful version of the "RCD 300" audio system with eight speakers and the "Plus" multifunctional display.

The exterior of the Touran Highline also distinguishes it from the Conceptline and Trendline versions. In front it’s the chrome fins of the radiator grill, further refining the design. Narrow chrome elements on the protective strips in front and on the sides also identify the Touran as a Highline. In back the Park Pilot ultrasound sensors integrated in the bumper are also part of standard equipment. In silhouette the Touran Highline can be recognized by a silver anodized roof railing, tinted rear windows (starting at the B pillars and including the rear window) and the 16 inch "Magny Cours" alloy wheels.

Safety equipment.

The Touran is a safe car. This is confirmed by independent tests, including five stars in the Euro NCAP crash test. This is confirmed on the equipment side by taking a glance at the long list of active and passive safety features.

Passive safety (reducing the severity of accidents).

In addition to the highly rigid body, the passive safety equipment of the Volkswagen van includes a front section specially optimized for pedestrian safety, side head airbags in the first and second row of seats, side airbags front and back, passenger seat airbag deactivation (for reboard child seat integration), individually adjustable headrests all around, three-point safety belts for all seats (height-adjustable in front and on the outside of the second row of seats) as well as Isofix attachment points for attaching Isofix child seats on the outer seats of the second row of seats.

Active safety (accident avoidance).

Active safety is perfected by a steady brake system (disc brakes, ventilated in front) as well as the ESP Electronic Stabilization Program including ABS, EDL, ASR and brake assist. The hazard light system is also activated when braking hard. An integral component of ESP is counter-steering support; no other van in the world has this feature that can only be implemented via electromechanical power steering. Trailer stabilization is equally a part of standard equipment. Counter-steering support and trailer stabilization in detail:

Counter-steering support.

It is just a short "twitch" in the steering wheel, "executed" by the electromechanical power steering, "ordered" by the electronic stabilization program. But it’s just enough for the Touran driver to do the right thing intuitively – counter-steer. And this can shorten the stopping distance by up to 10 percent. For example: It’s Winter, you’re driving on the freeway, one side of the lane is dry and the other is covered in snow. Up to now the ideal case in the scenario for braking hard on a surface with different adhesion factors (called "µ-split" in technical jargon) using ESP looks like this: Thanks to ESP the car doesn’t skid. The driver can maintain control over steering and avoid possible obstacles. But because the braking effect must be oriented towards the wheel with the worse adhesion factor (snow in this case) – to keep the car from fishtailing – the car can’t be braked as hard as the wheel(s) would actually permit on a dry surface. Because without counter-steering in the right direction the car would fishtail due to one wheel not being braked hard enough.

This is where the Touran’s ESP with counter-steering comes in: The system "detects" the direction in which the driver has to counter-steer in order to be able to slow down the car as quickly as possible without fishtailing. This is why the unit passes the command to the electromechanical power steering system to send a steering recommendation in the right direction. The driver feels this in the steering wheel and then intuitively follows this signal and performs classic counter-steering. By this stabilizing intervention braking pressure can be increased to the wheels with the best traction. The result: a shortening of the stopping distance by 10 per cent.

Trailer stabilization.

Trailer stabilization is also standard equipment in the Touran. It ensures that journeys with trailers of all kinds are becoming safer. And here’s how it works: ESP uses vibrations initiating from the car to detect when the trailer gradually starts to fishtail. The system defuses the hazardous situation within seconds by intentionally braking each wheel on the correct side of the car in phase and temporarily throttling the engine. Because braking is intentional, even if the brake pedal isn’t used, the Touran’s brake lights are activated. Anyone who sees this system in action will never want to be on the road again without trailer stabilization.

The comprehensive safety concept and the vehicle structure also ensure lower operating costs: With its classification as vehicle type 14 (75 kW) for comprehensive cover insurance the new Touran is also the best in its class.

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The new Touran - Interior concept
Multi-versatile seven-seater with almost 2,000 liters of luggage compartment volume

Seven seats are not compulsory. Anyone wanting just five will get more luggage compartment space

And if necessary 1,989 liters – of whatever – will fit inside

The innovative seating system of the Touran shows the way in terms of versatility. The three light-weight seats arranged next to one another in the second row can be quickly and easily moved – lengthwise and offset diagonally, folded down or removed. The Touran can be optionally equipped with a third row of seats; when not in use the two full-fledged individual seats can each be easily lowered separately into the luggage compartment floor.

The first row of seats.

With its interior height (1.02 meters) and elbow space of 1.46 meters the Touran also provides a great deal of space in the first row of seats. A slightly higher seating position (631 millimeters) compared to a conventional car and perfectly well thought-out interior ergonomics also provide for very relaxed driving. The seats in the first row can be moved 254 millimeters lengthwise; the driver and passenger seats can also be height-adjusted as part of standard equipment.

The second row of seats.

The three light-weight seats arranged next to one another in the second row can be quickly and easily moved – lengthwise and offset diagonally, folded down or removed. They are very light, with each seat weighing 17 kilograms. Due to the relatively high seating position (676 millimeters) the seats also provide good thigh support, ensuring supreme comfort on long trips, head space here is 989 millimeters. Practical: Storage pockets and folding tables including cup holder in the armrests of the driver and passenger seats (starting with the Trendline), the middle seat that can be used as a table, storage compartments in the floor in front of the seats and large sized storage pockets in the doors.

The mechanisms for adjusting and removing the seats are especially easy to handle, making them practical to use. Horizontal seat adjustment is done by lifting a handy lever. Easily accessible and easy to use loop straps are used to fold down the seat back, to fold the complete seat towards the front or to completely release the seat for removal.

The third row of seats.

The Touran can be optionally equipped with a third row of seats. Approx. 40 percent of all first Touran series customers have exercised this option. It’s optional by the way, because not all customers attach importance to seven seats. In the five-seat configuration the Touran owner saves the added weight from the extra seats and the slight reduction of luggage compartment volume. However, if the seven-seat variation is chosen, in the Touran Volkswagen offers a van whose sixth and seventh seats are fully useable, comfortable and safe, even for adults. Leg room required in the third row of seats can be individually adjusted via the horizontally adjustable seats in the second row.

When not in use the seats in the third row can be easily folded down. After this a level loading surface is once again available. The seats can be folded down in a 50:50 split. When not being used they are only 7 millimeters higher than without the third row of seats. Three-point belts and extremely extendable headrests are of course used. The headrests are stored securely and cleanly in a separate compartment before the third row of seats is lowered.

The luggage compartment.

The optimal utilization of space in the Touran extends to the luggage compartment. A storage compartment in the side wall of the luggage compartment as well as in the luggage compartment floor can hold whatever would otherwise be flying around loose. Even the warning triangle has its own separate compartment: it is always perfectly accessible in the lining of the luggage compartment hatchback even when fully loaded.

In the classic five-seat configuration the luggage area can hold up to 695 liters of load volume, maximum payload – depending on version – is up to 660 kilograms. If all seats in the second row are removed and the third row is lowered, the maximum storage volume increases to 1,193 liters, in the five-seater its even 1,989 liters when the second row is removed, making this the best value in its class.

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The new Touran - Engine concept
New 170 hp Twincharger with DSG direct shift gearbox as standard equipment
Two TSIs: Twincharger with compressor and turbo with output of 140 and 170 hp

Four TDIs: Turbodiesel with particle filter generates 90, 105, 140 and 170 hp

Starting in Spring 2007 the new top of the line gasoline engine is the Twincharger 1.4 TSI with 125 kW / 170 hp, first used in the Golf GT. The next smaller engine version, like its predecessor, also comes with a Twincharger with an output of 103 kW / 140 hp. The new TSI replaces the four cylinder FSI previously offered with 110 kW / 150 hp. The basic version engine Volkswagen offers for the Touran is a 1.6 liter gasoline engine with 75 kW / 102 hp.

A 125 kW / 170 hp TDI engine is the top of the line in the diesel engine range. The entry level here is a TDI with 66 kW / 90 hp. In the next TDI performance levels Volkswagen offers the new Touran with 77 kW / 105 hp and 103 kW / 140 hp. Another innovative way of saving without forgoing driving pleasure is the 80 kW / 109 hp natural gas version of the Touran, the "EcoFuel", that will also be available at market launch. A world-wide novelty in the van segment: All TDI and TSI engines (starting from 77 kW) can be combined with the DSG direct shift gearbox included as a standard feature with the 170 hp TSI – in the eyes of many experts and customers the sportiest and most economical automatic transmission in the world. An overview of Touran engines:

1.6 with 75 kW / 102 hp

The extra economical basic version engine for the Touran in terms of purchase price is a 1,595 cm3 four cylinder with output of 75 kW / 102 hp (at 5,600 rpm). The five-speed transmission gasoline engine enables a top speed of 179 km/h. After 12.9 seconds the Touran 1.6 has a speed of exactly 100 km/h. Combined consumption is 8.1 liters of premium gasoline per 100 kilometers.

1.4 TSI with 103 kW / 140 hp

The Touran TSI with 103 kW / 140 hp (at 5,600 rpm) is immediately available at market launch. TSI represents a new kind of downsizing – for less engine space, less consumption, fewer emissions – but higher output, higher torque and more driving fun. Between 1,750 rpm and 4,000 rpm (!) the TSI generates maximum torque of 220 Nm. In 9.8 seconds it accelerates the Touran to 100 km/h. This Volkswagen makes life in the fast lane easier with a top speed of 200 km/h. But with average fuel consumption of 7.4 liters over 100 kilometers the engine is extremely economical. The TSI souped up with a compressor and turbocharger can be optionally ordered with the DSG direct shift gearbox.

Volkswagen has continued to forcefully develop gasoline direct injection with the "small" TSI towards greater driving fun and efficiency. However, the focus for the Touran lay primarily on a more comfortable than sporty design. In this case comfort also means that low-end torque allows a "shift-lazy" driving style. The fact remains that a glance in the technical data shows that the Twincharger of the Touran significantly exceeds the output and torque characteristic of a 2.0 liter induction engine with significantly better ratings. And this at considerably lower fuel consumption.

1.4 TSI with 125 kW / 170 hp

The first car with a TSI on board was the Golf GT with a powerful 125 kW / 170 hp of output and 240 Nm of torque. This engine will be promoted to the top gasoline engine for the new Touran starting in Spring 2007. The technical basis for this TSI is formed by a 1,390 cm3 four cylinder engine whose supercharging dynamics via compressor and turbocharger correspond to a 2.5 liter induction engine. The TSI already generates its maximum torque starting at 1,500 rpm. The gently initiated thrust that does not fall off at higher rpm – first triggered by the compressor and then fired up by the turbocharger – is not offered by any other car maker in this form. With the 170 hp TSI the new Touran reaches a top speed of 218 km/h; it reaches 100 km/h in only 8.5 seconds. In contrast to this fuel consumption is only 7.6 liters over a distance of 100 kilometers.

The large TSI in the new Touran is offered with the DSG direct shift gearbox as standard equipment. A powerful and unique combination in the van sector.

1.9 TDI with 66 kW / 90 hp

A 66 kW / 90 hp four cylinder turbodiesel direct injection engine marks the entry level in the Touran TDI world. The proven and widely used TDI in this virtually classic performance level provides a top speed of 171 km/h. Acceleration to 100 km/h from a standing start is accomplished in 14.9 seconds. At the gas station the engine rewards this with an ascetic average fuel consumption of 6.0 liters of diesel over 100 kilometers. Like all Touran TDI engines a maintenance free diesel particle filter is also available for it.

1.9 TDI with 77 kW / 105 hp

The TDI with 77 kW / 105 hp and 250 Nm maximum torque is used in the new Touran as the second turbodiesel performance level. The four cylinder engine achieves top performance at 4,000 rpm and maximum torque already at 1,900 rpm. The 105 hp Touran 1.9 TDI achieves a top speed of 179 km/h, accelerates to 100 km/h in 13.2 seconds and with optional on board particle filter on average consumes only 6.0 liters of diesel over 100 kilometers. This 1.9 TDI with standard six speed manual transmission is optionally available with DSG direct shift gearbox that also has six forward speeds.

2.0 TDI with 103 kW / 140 hp

Superior power and lower consumption – these two benchmarks characterize the first of two 2.0 Touran TDIs. The first achieves 103 kW / 140 hp and generates maximum torque of 320 Nm. The equally sporty and thrifty engine reaches top performance at 4,000 rpm, maximum torque lies between 1,750 and 2,500 rpm. The gears of this four valve, four cylinder engine are changed via a six speed transmission, optionally via DSG. The 2.0 TDI was the first VW turbodiesel engine with the four valve technology component added to its pump-jet direct injection. As the 2.0 TDI with 140 hp the Touran attains a top speed of 200 km/h. The van does the sprint to 100 km/h in 10.2 seconds. On average the 1,968 cm3 TDI with optional diesel particle filter consumes a remarkably low 6.1 liters of fuel over 100 kilometers.

2.0 TDI with 125 kW / 170 hp

The second 2.0 liter TDI with 125 kW / 170 hp and piezo pump-jet direct injection is the most powerful turbodiesel ever used in the Touran. At 140 hp the van already shows a sporty character, at 170 hp (at 4,200 rpm) a small hurricane breaks loose. The Volkswagen with this engine storms to 100 km/h in only 9.0 seconds. With a top speed of 214 km/h it is among the fastest vans on the market. Nevertheless, its thriftiness also marks a top rating: 6.6 liters in combined operation. Yet the following is the engine’s most superior rating: 350 Nm maximum torque (between 1,750 and 2,500 rpm). The 170 hp TDI, always equipped with a diesel particle filter, can be combined with the innovative DSG as optional equipment.

2.0 EcoFuel with 80 kW / 109 hp

As in the first generation, a natural gas powered EcoFuel version is offered for the latest version of the Touran. And this immediately at market launch. Output: 80 kW / 109 hp (at 5,400 rpm). The 180 km/h fast multitalent can also be powered by gasoline. Designed as a "quasi monovalent" natural vehicle, gasoline mode is however primarily used in reserve. In pure natural gas mode the range of the Touran EcoFuel, independently developed by Volkswagen, is approx. 310 kilometers, after which gasoline is used to go further. The total range is approx. 440 kilometers. Consumption of the Touran EcoFuel: only 5.8 kg over 100 kilometers. In Germany a "natural gas kilometer" is still about half that of a "gasoline kilometer"; numerous energy suppliers there are also providing financial support for the purchase of natural gas vehicles.

2007 Volkswagen Touran #4
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The new Touran - Standard equipment

Touran Conceptline

Exterior equipment

* Wing mirror casing in car color
* Side turn signals integrated in wing mirrors
* Galvanized body
* Radiator grill frame in chrome
* Bump strips in front, on sides and back, black grained
* Steel wheels, 6 J x 15 with full wheel covers, 195/65 R 15 tires
* Bumpers in car color
* Green heat-resistant glass

Interior equipment

* Storage compartment on instrument panel, open, with 2 cup holders
* Storage pockets in all doors (support for 1 l bottles)
* Storage compartment in the roof console
* Storage compartment below the instrument panel
* "Microtech anthracite" patterned inlays for instrument panel, middle console and door coverings
* Individual seats (3) in the 2nd row of seats, horizontally adjustable, folding, reclining, diagonally adjustable, removable
* Luggage compartment cover
* Lockable, illuminated glove compartment
* Three-spoke steering wheel
* "Stainless steel look" for middle plate of the instrument panel and around the upper middle storage compartment
* Middle console with storage compartment and 2 cup holders
* Middle seat in second row can be folded down and used as a table
* Seat and door covers in fabric pattern, "Media" design
* Storage compartment in luggage compartment in side cover, driver’s side
* Storage pockets under front seats and in foot area of second row of seats
* Height-adjustable front seats

Safety equipment

* Airbag for driver and passenger, passenger side can be deactivated
* Automatic three-point safety belts (3) in the second row, outer seats height-adjustable
* Automatic three-point safety belts in front, height-adjustable, with electric belt tensioners
* Electronic stabilization program (ESP) with counter-steering support incl. ABS with Brake Assist, ASR, EDL, MSR and trailer stabilization
* ISOFIX attachment points (device for affixing 2 child seats on the outer seats of the second row)
* Head airbag system for front and rear passengers incl. side airbags in front (not for third row)
* Headrests (3) in the second row, safety optimized in outer seats, with height-adjustment
* Front and back disc brakes, ventilated in front
* Safety optimized headrests in front, with height adjustment
* Automatic hazard warning lights when braking hard
* Warning triangle
* Warning buzzer and lights for unfastened belts in front

Functional equipment

* Electrically adjustable and heatable wing mirrors, aspherical on driver side
* Outside temperature indicator
* Diversity antenna
* Power windows in front
* Remote tank cap release
* Lit luggage compartment
* Speed control system
* Rear windshield wiper with interval switch
* Heating and fresh air system with 4-level fan and recirculated air switch
* Front interior lighting with contact switches and time delay on all doors
* Blue-illuminated instrument panel, regulated; red night switch design
* Combi-instrument panel with electronic speedometer, kilometer and daily kilometer counter, tachometer
* Comfort blinkers (1 x tap = 3 x blink)
* Control lights and maintenance display indicator
* Steering column with height and length adjustment
* Reading lights in front and back
* Illuminated make-up mirror in the sun visor
* Multifunction indicator
* "RCD 300" radio with MP3 playback feature, 2 x 20 Watt, 4 speakers
* Front windshield-wiper with 4-level interval switch
* Headlights with DE technology
* Electro-mechanical power steering, speed-regulated
* Dust and pollen filter using active charcoal
* 12 Volt illuminated socket, with cigarette lighter in front
* Tire Mobility Set: 12 Volt compressor and tire sealant
* Warning buzzer for lights left on
* Winter driving program (series for models with DSG direct shift gearbox)
* Central locking with wireless remote control, 2 remote keys (2 keys foldable)


Touran Trendline
(additional or differing from Conceptline equipment)

Exterior equipment

* Black roof railing
* Steel wheels, 6 1/2 J x 16, full wheel covers, 205/55 R 16 tires
* Bumpers and bump strips in car color
* Door handles in car color

Interior equipment

* Storage compartment with cover on instrument panel
* Storage pockets on backs of front seats
* Folding down passenger armrest (improved load through option, folded down armrest can be used as table)
* "Stainless steel look" for instrument panel and door coverings
* Luggage compartment cover
* Folding tables on backs of front seats
* Comfort seats in front
* Front lumbar supports
* Front middle armrest with storage box, height and horizontally adjustable, with 2 air vents and 1 cup holder
* Seat and door covers in fabric pattern, "Energy" design
* Front seats with integrated drawer

Functional equipment

* Back power windows
* "Climatic" air-conditioning system
* Socket (12 V) for second row


Touran Highline
(additional or differing from Conceptline equipment)

Exterior equipment

* Anodized silver roof railing
* Radiator grill frame and fin borders in chrome
* "Magny Cours" alloy wheels, 6 1/2 J x 16 with anti-theft wheel bolts, 205/55 R 16 tires
* Tinted windows starting in second row and back window, absorbing up to 65% of light
* Side and front bump strips in car color with chrome border
* Door handles in car color

Interior equipment

* Storage compartment with cover on instrument panel
* Storage pockets on backs of front seats
* Folding down passenger armrest (improved load through option, folded down armrest can be used as table)
* Chrome-ringed instruments in combi-instrument
* "Brushed aluminum" décor inlays for instrument panel and door coverings
* Luggage compartment cover
* Folding tables on backs of front seats
* Leather steering wheel (3 spokes)
* Front lumbar supports
* Front middle armrest with storage box, height and horizontally adjustable, with 2 air vents and 1 cup holder
* Gearshift lever knob and parking brake handle in leather
* Seat and door covers in fabric pattern, "Mando" design
* Front sport seats
* Textile floor mats for all seating rows
* Front seats with integrated drawer
* Winter driving program (series for models with DSG direct shift gearbox and 125 kW, TDI with 6 speed transmission)

Functional equipment

* Two-tone horn
* Back power windows
* Air-conditioning system -
* "Plus" multifunctional display
* Fog lights
* Park Pilot in back
* "RCD 300" radio with MP3 play feature, 4 x 20 Watt, 8 speakers
* Socket (12 V) for second row


Touran EcoFuel
(additional features)

* Quasi monovalent drive system (primary operation with natural gas, operation with gasoline only as mobility reserve)
* Filling supports for tanking natural gas and gasoline below a shared tank cap
* Combi-instrument with separate filling level indicators for natural gas and gasoline
* Steel gas tanks (4) mounted underfloor (approx. 18 kg/24.7 m3 volume capacity)
* Extra gasoline tank (approx. 13 l volume capacity)

2007 Volkswagen Touran 1.4 TSI #5
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The new Touran - Optional equipment
An overview of Touran optional equipment (partial)

* Removable trailer hitch
* Electrically retractable wing mirror
* AUX-in jack in glove box (not in combination with "RNS 300" radio navigation system)

* Hill climb assist (hill hold control)
* Bi-xenon headlights for low and high beams, dynamic headlight leveling, with dynamic and static corning light, headlight cleaning system, washer fluid warning light

* CD jukebox for 6 CDs in the middle armrest (only in combination with "RNS 300" radio navigation system)

* Black roof railing (standard for Trendline)
* Anodized silver roof railing (standard for Highline, not for Conceptline)
* "Exotic wood look" décor inlays
* "Plus" anti-theft alarm system with electronic anti-theft device, interior monitoring, backup horn, tow protection, incl. individual door opening

* Individual seats (2) in third row, can be lowered into luggage compartment floor (not in combination with spare tire packages and variable luggage compartment floor)

* Automatic driving light control with "coming-home" and "leaving-home" functions

* Luggage compartment cover (standard for Trendline and Highline)
* Luggage compartment floor, variable, with pocket hooks (not in combination with 2 individual seats in the third row)

* Volkswagen Individual interior bicycle carrier, removable (for 2 bicycles)
* Automatically dimming interior mirror
* Volkswagen Individual iPod ready adapter in front middle armrest for sizes between 4 and 60 gigabytes, supported iPods: iPod G3, iPod G4, iPod Photo and iPod mini (only in combination with "RCD 300" radio or "RNS 300" radio navigation system; not in combination with CD jukebox)

* Air-conditioning systems
"Climatic" (standard for Trendline)
"Climatronic" (standard for Highline)
* Cool box in interior color, 25 l capacity

* Leather furnishings with sport seats in front: Steering wheel rim, gearshift lever knob and parking brake handle in leather, central seating strip and corners in leather, sport seats in front, heatable front seats (for Trendline and Highline)
* Leather steering wheel (3 spokes): Gearshift lever knob and parking brake handle in leather (standard for Highline)
* "Atlanta" alloy wheels, 6 1/2 J x16 with anti-theft wheel bolts, 205/55 R 16 tires
* "Nardo" alloy wheels, 7 J x 47, ET 47, with anti-theft wheel bolts, 225/45 R 17 tires, incl. sport chassis (not for Conceptline, not for models with natural gas engine)
* "Silverstone" alloy wheels, 6 1/2 J x 16, gloss-lathed surface, anti-theft wheel bolts, 205/55 R 15 tires with emergency running characteristics, tire monitoring indicator

* Front middle armrest with storage box, height and horizontally adjustable, with 2 air vents and 1 cup holder, incl. 12 V sockets in back
* Cell phone ready adapter, hands free set, GSM 900/1800 MHz, mount for cell phone cradle, radio mute, cables, incl. electricity supply
* Multifunctional leather steering wheel (3 spokes): with operation options for multifunctional display, radio and telephone, gearshift lever knob and parking brake handle in leather
* Multifunctional leather steering wheel (3 spokes): with operation options for shifting, multifunctional display, radio and telephone; gearshift lever knob and parking brake handle in leather (only for models with DGS direct shift gearbox)
* Multimedia jack for connecting external audio sources (not with "RNS 300" radio navigation system)

* Fog lights (standard for Highline)
* Cargo partition net

* Park Pilot, acoustic warning signal for obstacles in rear area (standard for Highline)

* "Park Assist" parking steering assistant

* "RCD 300" radio with MP3 playback function incl. CD player, 2 x 20 Watt, 4 speakers (standard starting from Conceptline, 8 speakers for Highline)
* "RCD 300" radio with MP3 playback function, incl. CD jukebox for 6 CDs, 4 x 20 Watt, 8 speakers, TIM (Traffic Information Memory) for retrieving the last 4 minutes
* "RNS 300" radio navigation system, two-color display, CD-ROM for Germany, CD drive for listening to audio CDs, acoustic direction recommendation (speech output), visual direction recommendation in multifunctional display, GPS roof antenna, MP3 playback function with song title display, "Plus" multifunctional display, radio system 2 x 20 Watt, 4 speakers, or radio system 4 x 20 Watt, 8 speakers, dynamic navigation via RDS TMC (not in combination with Rear Seat Entertainment)
* "RNS MFC DVD" radio navigation system, multifunctional display, navigation system with multi-color display, maps for symbol map display, DVD drive, DVD for Western Europe, CD jukebox for 6 CDs in middle armrest, acoustic route recommendations, optical route recommendations displayed on "Plus" multifunctional display in driver's direct field of vision, if desired also shown on navigation system's multifunctional display, radio system 4 x 20 watt, 8 speakers, dynamic destination guide via RDS TMC
* Volkswagen Individual Rear Seat Entertainment incl. "RNS MFD DVD" radio navigation system, same features as "Volkswagen Individual Rear Seat Entertainment", but with "RNS MFD DVD" radio navigation system, without CD jukebox, a DVD player is instead located in the front middle armrest
* Volkswagen Individual Rear Seat Entertainment, screen in roof console, retractable, rooflining in pearl grey, DVD player in front middle armrest, operating unit in rear middle console instead of cup holders, 8 speakers, 2 headphones, infrared operation, "Volkswagen Individual" label (not in combination with "RNS 300" radio navigation system; not with sliding/tilting sunroof)
* Rain sensor

* Sliding/tilting sunroof, electric
* Rough-track chassis incl. under engine protection: underfloor and engine are protected from hard landings and rocks (not for models with natural gas engine)
* Rough-track chassis: firmer insulation, approx. 15 mm higher ground clearance (not for models with natural gas engine)
* Tinted side windows starting in second row and back window, absorbing up to 65% of light (standard for Highline)
* Mirror package, automatically dimming rearview mirror and driver-side wing mirror, electrically retractable wing mirrors
* Sport chassis: set approx. 15 mm lower, firmer insulation, reinforced suspension (not in combination with 15 inch steel wheels, not for models with natural gas engine)
* Volkswagen Individual "Avignon" sport package: 4 "Avignon" alloy 7 J x 17 alloy wheels, titanium silver, 255/45 R 17 tires, central seating strip and corners in "Nappa" leather, central seating strip in grenadine and seating corners in anthracite, sport chassis, door armrests in grenadine leather look, heatable front seats (not in combination with rough-track chassis and "Steel" spare tire package or "Alloy" spare tire package; only for Highline and not for models with natural gas engine)
* Auxiliary heating and ventilation, with wireless remote control and preselection clock (not for 66 kW, TDI and only in combination with air-conditioning system)
* Textile floor mats for all seating rows (standard for Highline)
* Transport package, CD softbag, mobile trash receptacle

* Volkswagen Individual USB interface in the front middle armrest

* Volkswagen sound system for "RCD 500" radio, analog 8-channel amplifier, 10 speakers, 250 Watts total output, speakers specially tuned for performance
* Volkswagen sound system for "RNS MFD DVD" radio navigation system, analog 8-channel amplifier, 10 speakers, 250 Watts total output, speakers specially tuned for performance

* Winter package plus steel wheels: 4 195/65 R 15 T winter tires (only for models with DSG direct shift gearbox) or 4 195/65 R 15H winter tires on 6 J x 15 steel wheels, automatically heated front windshield washer nozzles, headlight cleaning system, heatable front seats, washer fluid warning light
* Winter package: Automatically heated front windshield washer nozzles, headlight cleaning system, heatable front seats, washer fluid warning light

2007 Volkswagen Touran 1.4 TSI #6
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