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The 2016 Volkswagen Multivan Generation Six has retro appeal and modern-day smarts.
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LIST PRICE Fr $74,990
CARADVICE RATING 8.5
FUEL ECONOMY 6.5/100km
SEAT 7

Volkswagen Multivan Reviews

2019 Volkswagen Multivan Black Edition review

There's more to the Volkswagen Multivan Black Edition than just a sticker pack.

2018 Volkswagen Multivan Kombi 70 review

The Volkswagen Multivan Kombi 70 has all the right ingredients to surf on the waves of nostalgia. But underneath the retro chic exterior, does it actually stack up as a people mover?

Family haulers: Volkswagen Multivan v Honda Odyssey

When you need to move a lot of people around, your options are limited. A seven-seat SUV might not have the 'daggy' stereotype of a people mover, but you can't argue against the practicality of a van. Over the Easter long weekend my family descended on my tiny apartment with big plans to explore the city and experience everything Sydney has to offer...

2016 Volkswagen Multivan Generation Six Review

The 2016 Volkswagen Multivan Generation Six has retro appeal and modern-day smarts.

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Volkswagen Multivan Comparisons

2018 Kia Carnival v Mazda CX-9 v Volkswagen Multivan Kombi 70 comparison

MPV. SUV. LCV. Three acronyms. Three different styles of vehicle designed to shift large families. The Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) camp is represented by the Kia Carnival that accounts for about half of all people-mover sales in Australia. Released in 2015 in third-generation form, the Korean eight-seater has been given an update for 2018...

Luxury people-mover comparison: Kia Carnival v Mercedes-Benz V-Class v Volkswagen Multivan

Whether you own a business or are a member of a big family, sometimes you just need a bus to get bodies from A to B. And other times you need to get those bodies there in comfort, luxury and style. Luxury people movers don’t make up a massive chunk of the market in Australia, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t an important part of the automotive landscape...

Volkswagen Multivan News

2021 Volkswagen 'T7' spied

Photographers have snapped a development prototype believed to be an early mule for the next-generation Volkswagen T7 during testing in Europe. The German automotive giant has only just started releasing the various members of the updated T6.1 family, which includes the Caravelle, Multivan and Transporter, but the next iteration is on its way already...

2017-18 Volkswagen T6 Multivan recalled

Volkswagen has recalled the 2017-18 'T6' Multivan over concerns about the electric doors and bootlid. According to the company, water could get into the interior of short-wheelbase T6 models with an electric bootlid and sliding doors, and run into their control unit. If water gets in, there's a risk of an incomplete short-circuit with local heat damage...

2020 Volkswagen California T6.1 sketched

Volkswagen has teased the updated California campervan with two sketches, ahead of a debut at the Caravan-Salon in Düsseldorf, Germany at the end of next month. Following the reveal of the ‘T6.1’ Transporter, Multivan and Caravelle range in February, the refreshed California looks to get the same design tweaks as its siblings, adapted to its lifestyle focus...

Volkswagen EOFY drive-away deals announced

Volkswagen Australia has announced a slew of end-of-financial-year sales across the range, with the Golf and Amarok getting the most attention. Until June 30, buyers can nab drive-away pricing for the entire Golf range, with the Trendline starting at $24,990 drive-away, the Comfortline at $29,990 drive-away, the Highline at $36,990 drive-away, and finally the GTI hot hatch at $48,990 drive-away...

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Volkswagen Multivan Owner Reviews

2016 Volkswagen Multivan Highline TDI450 4motion Review

Things were different in the '70s when I first got my licence. Back then you drove a Ford Falcon or a Holden Kingswood, maybe a Valiant if you wanted something unusual. European cars were for rich people and Japanese cars were cheap and nasty according to drivers of proper Aussie made cars, myself included...

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