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Saw the VW Sharan on the papers yesterday... I posted a thread on my dad wanting to change his Estima quite some time back.. Do you guys think , space and performance wise , the Sharan is better or go for Vellfire/Alphard/Elgrand? The Sharan looks not bad , 200bhp from a 2L TFSI engine is fantastic.. RT cheaper , FC better.. Please input your comments ... I am open to other suggestions as well..
Hi Friends,my Brother in law's 1 year old Sharan 'drinks' 1.2L of coolant from new,now mileage is 12k Km,today went for 1 st service,Service Advisor told him it is normal for Turbo-charged cars to 'drink' a little coolant,which i don't think so,can any others VW car owners tell me is it true.??Esp those using the EA888 engine[GTI,GOLF R,Audi A5 or Skoda etc],thanks folks.
Given a choice, which will you choose? One is a questionable gearbox. The other with unclear diesel future. Would appreciate any enlightenment. TIA
Will this come to Singapore? The new Sharan features the Volkswagen family look at the front, with sharp lines and a wide, horizontal front grille. The interior has been completely revamped, with the use of better quality materials and a more modern design over its predecessor. The new Sharan is also bigger than the car it replaces, being longer by a massive 220mm, now measuring 4850mm long. It is also wider by 92mm, now measuring 1902mm wide, while wheelbase has also been increased by 75mm, to 2920mm. This translates to better interior space for passengers and luggage. The Sharan also features a pair of large sliding doors for better access to the rear, and buyers can specify for them to be electronically-operated, along with the rear tailgate. The centre row of seats are three individual chairs that can be moved by up to 160 mm back and forth if required, or can be folded down to create a flat load space when not in use. Volkswagen says due to the increase in size, the third row can now accommodate adults comfortably, and can also fold flat when not needed. The boot of the Sharan offers 711 litres of capacity with the seats up, and a whopping 2297 litres when the second and third rows of seats are folded down. The engine range of the Sharan has been completely revamped, with a choice of Volkswagen