The 2016 Volkswagen Multivan Generation Six has retro appeal and modern-day smarts.Read the full review
|LIST PRICE||Fr $74,990|
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?
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...
The 2016 Volkswagen Multivan Generation Six has retro appeal and modern-day smarts.
The 2016 Volkswagen Multivan does luxury well, but its urban manners let it down.
Stockholm, Sweden. It was a brief sojourn in the Venice of the North, but I still got a chance to get down to business in the back seat of this big van, because that’s where the action happens.
The heritage-inspired Volkswagen Generation Six van harks back to the original Microbus, but brings plenty of modern day technology.
2008 Volkswagen Multivan Sport 2.5 TDI Tiptronic – First Steer “The coolest Kombi Van on the planet – Volkswagen’s Multivan Sport TDI is also a super luxo ride for seven people” Test Model: 2008 Volkswagen Multivan Sport 2.5 TDI, Tiptronic. Options Fitted: None – although you can get a glass sunroof for $2000 – which for this kind of freight, should be standard kit along with roof racks, no ifs or buts...