Rahul Reddy Kota
Volkswagen Taigun Topline
Year of purchase
KMs on ODO
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Ride & Handling
Suspension & Comfort
It has its own fresh, European character and complements its cousin (the recently launched Skoda Kushaq) nicely in a segment dominated by Indian, Korean and Chinese SUVs.
Build Quality & Engine
Unmistakably VW styling matched with solid European build quality. Cabin has good legroom to offer, supportive seats, perfect ergonomics & lots of storage.
148 BHP engine makes the Taigun one of the most fun-to-drive crossovers in the segment! Sporty 1.0L & 1.5L turbo-petrols are mated to slick 6-speed MTs & smooth ATs. Sorted suspension offers a balanced ride & handling package.
Safety & Features
Safety features include up to 6 airbags, ESC (all variants), 3-point seatbelts for all, electronic differential lock, brake disc wiping, multi-collision brake and more.
Features like active cylinder tech, ventilated seats (weirdly 1.0 TSI only), sunroof, 10-inch touchscreen with wireless Android Auto and CarPlay, auto headlamps & wipers etc.
Better than Kushaq
Advantages over the Kushaq = a top AT variant with 6 airbags, design that stands out more, cabin 'feels' better, fabric seats are executed in a nicer manner & 5-star GNCAP safety rating
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Fantastic car and I agree with all your points. Congratulations on the car. I enjoyed reading your review. I wanted to add just one point – I evaluated it & test drove it myself just a couple of months ago. The main reason I did not go for the car was the lack of space overall and a compact hatchback kind of feeling. It just never quite felt like an SUV.