In the realm of small to compact sport utilities, the Taos fits where the Tiguan used to. The Tiguan has grown and as a result, VW needed a new vehicle to fit the small slot that it used to be in. Enter the Taos, introduced last year.
The VW Taos is right-sized, well-designed, and a good drive. It has a large cargo area, good seating, and an affordable price point.
The VW Taos is Volkswagen’s small to compact SUV. It replaces what the Tiguan used to be, fitting in that niche of buyer who wants a slightly sporty, practical, and efficient little two-row option. The Taos has a large cargo space and good dynamics.
Several small changes to the 2022 Tiguan make it a lot more competitive with the contemporary options in the midsized SUV segment. With a three-row option, good performance from a turbocharged four, and a far nicer interior, the 2022 VW Tiguan is for sure a solid entry worth considering.
The 2022 Volkswagen Golf R is the all-wheel drive hot hatch that defines the genre. With a complete overhaul for the new model year, the Golf R still retains that title. This is a well-done hatch with a roomier back seat, a little more umph under the hood, and a great manual transmission.
In this walkaround review, I look at the all-new 2022 Golf R, Volkswagen’s all-wheel drive hot hatch. Several things have changed for this new year, including more power under the hood and a larger back seat. The manual transmission is a nice little six-speed and definitely the way to go with this one.
Get a load of the awesome blue color on this Volkswagen. The Taos is a relatively new entry into VW’s lineup, taking the place that the Tiguan occupied before it became larger and less sporty. Here’s a (more or less) full walkaround including a pantomime as the wind overtakes the sound recording.
See the referenced Atlas review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu7ceCzrn6g
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It’s quite possible that the refreshed 2021 VW Atlas is now the best vehicle in the three-row segment. It looks good, it’s ergonomic on several levels, it’s right-sized in both powertrain and interior, and it’s amazingly affordable. That’s a lot of boxes to check with just one vehicle. Nicely done, Veedub.