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Richard Berry road tests and reviews the Volkswagen Multivan Generation Six with specs, fuel consumption and verdict. Read Richard's full review here: http://carsgui.de/2l1ZDV4 Find more at the CarsGuide Multivan hub: http://carsgui.de/2kXrO7s Check out other commercial vans here: http://carsgui.de/1U5m3Rq - - - - - - - - - - Morning. What is it? It's muesli I make it myself I get the apricots, oats and crack the sunflower seeds using a pestle and mortar and - Oh the van, it's a beauty isn't it? Let me get dressed I'll be with you in a tic. It's a Volkswagen T-Series van yeah like the Kombi only this is the sixth incarnation of that famous early people mover. This particular one is a T6 Multivan and it's a special edition called Generation Six - a bit of a Kombi tribute. What makes it a Generation Six – the Kombi inspired two-tone paint and wheels, the tinted glass, the LED headlights. And on the inside the Generation Six gets Alcantara heated seats, this dash trim which matches the body colour and there's also some great safety stuff like front and rear parking sensors, rear view camera and even adaptive cruise control. Our car was fitted with the optional and more fancy Discovery Media system which brings sat nav, but you don't have to get that. The standard media system on the Generation Six is great and has the same 6.3-inch screen ready to go for Apple Car Play and Android Auto for your navigation, music and other phone functions like voice texting. So what's it like to drive. It's heaps of fun. But it's definitely a van. And by that I mean it's got high upright seating position with the steering wheel low and the pedals right under your feet. You'll also know it's a van when you're reversing it – the visibility is great it's like being in a fish tank just one that's five metres long and two metres high. And just like nearly every other van there's a bit of body shudder on rougher patches of road. You feel like you're exploring in it and that's fun and you can tell other people think it's fun too – looks you get are proof. But the driving isn't the best thing about this car – the practicality is. Let me show you. There's seating for seven and it's the seats themselves which are stars of this car. You've got these swiveling captain chairs here. And there's the bench seat at the back. All of it is on rails so you can vary the boot space or the legroom and if you want you can take all of the seats out. This van is in no way claustrophobic, there's so much space – the roomy cockpit makes driving more fun and for those in the back it's a bit of a limo crossed with an adventure bus experience. I really like how I can just I can just get up out of the driver's seat and step through into the back while the space makes it easy to move about in there move about in there, too. Storage is phenomonal – you'll never be out of reach of a cup holder or bottle holder. There are also drawers under the seats, giant trays and pockets in the doors and the glove box which open from the top and bottom. The Generation Six's sliding doors are automatic and you can open them using the key fob, the buttons on the dash or just pulling on the handle. That rear tailgate doesn't open automaticaly, but it's easy to lift and provides an excellent awning – I'm a 191cm Adonis and can stand up straight under it. You can also get some option some pretty cool things. Like this table. Look it's not all perfect – there's only one USB port, that display is tiny, you're shopping rolls all around if it's not in a cargo net and this upholstery feels a bit posh for food-throwing kids. Then there's the price – you're looking at almost $75K new. For $25 grand less you could get the entry grade Multivan. But there are droves of people who'd spend that on sportscar without even blinking – try getting dressed in one of those. Yup what you have here is the swiss army knife of cars with a cabin that feels so well built. It's cool but with a focus on the practical like these tour bus style windows which makes it easy for kids to see out. These window shades. The overhead lighting and air con controls. And the Generation Six adds a more premium, almost chauffeur car feel. The Generation Six is your holiday machine again or your cool family hauler that throws shade at so-called seven seat SUVs. It's a mobile lounge room, a dining room and wait for it bedroom. Yes, the seats fold flat to make a bed. Some people movers go for form over practicality, but the T Series Multivan does the opposite and makes it stylish and the Generation Six adds the extra Kombi connection. Night night. CarsGuide - Buy cars. Sell cars. Simple. Check us out: www.carsguide.com.au Subscribe to our channel: http://carsgui.de/2aMzFTT Follow us on Twitter: http://carsgui.de/2ah6eta Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/17kv9Ui See our Instagram: http://carsgui.de/2aQ0M1H We're on Google+: http://carsgui.de/2atBwbF
*2018 Volkswagen Multivan T6 2.0TDI HIGHLINE* This video is review ON OUR WAY of brand new VW Multivan T6 HIGHLINE from 2018. year. This T6 has engine with 150kw (204HP). First unveiled at the 2003 Geneva Show, the Volkswagen Multivan is a vehicle which arrived in Europe during the same year. What's interesting is that the German car manufacturer did not exported the car to the North American market, choosing to produce a similar van based on Dodge Caravan. Volkswagen's Multivan was available in five engine versions, from 1.9 liter 103 horsepower diesel to a 3.2 liter V6 engine producing 227 horsepower. Specifications according factory data: Engine capacity: 1968 cm3 Acceleration from 0-100 km/h: 9,3 s Top speed: 198 km/h or 123 mp/h Weight: 2279 kg or 5024 lbs Weight - Power output ratio : 11,17 kg/hp Torque: 450 Nm @ 1400 - 2400 rpm G-Shock Twin sensor: https://amzn.to/2LhmPMn Thank you for support me and your Donates! PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/CarReviewsEuBalkan For business proposal or more informations feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org For more videos look on our channel. We are sure you'll enjoy it :)). Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jnA7keAlo4 OLWIK - Taking Over (feat. Alexa Lusader) [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-Jj017-2pQ Au5 - Closer (feat. Danyka Nadeau) [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBGiFtb8Rpw Culture Code - Make Me Move (feat. Karra) [NCS Release]
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A modern tribute to the legendary Volkswagen Kombi celebrating 70 years since the original T1 first went into production. Based on the VW Multivan, the Kombi 70 brings a host of extras intended to attract customers with an eye for history.
Priced from $64,990 drive-away, the Kombi 70 costs $12,000 more than an equivalent Multivan Comfortline equipped with the same turbo-diesel engine and seven-speed automatic transmission.
The Kombi 70 treatment includes a two-tone paint scheme and 18-inch wheels in a retro polished disc design, along with LED headlights and power sliding doors. On the inside, leather and Alcantara upholstery joins wood-effect flooring and a “Good Night package” bringing blinds, a “multiflex board” which turns the rear bench into a bed extension, along with a rechargeable torch and extra storage drawers.
Other gear includes a six-speaker, 6.3-inch touchscreen stereo with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android auto, a reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, three-zone climate control with front and rear adjustment.
VW backs the Multivan with a three-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty. Servicing for the van is due every 12 months or 15,000 kilometres, costing an average of $675 per year over five years.
The Kombi 70 is powered by VW’s proven four-cylinder 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine which uses 7.7L/100km to produce 103kW and 340Nm outputs.
Less refined than you might expect from a passenger-focused vehicle, the diesel is louder than similar powertrains found in sedans or SUVs. As is usually the case for a new VW, the Multivan sends power to the front wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch “DSG” automatic transmission which drives the front wheels.
Capable of hauling plenty of cargo in commercial Transporter form, the Multivan’s engine hauls the big van to highway speeds without fuss, settling in comfortably for a long cruise.
A whopping 80-litre fuel tank and claimed 6.7L/100km highway fuel use combine to give the Transporter almost 1200 kilometres of highway range, easily outlasting the bladders of all seven occupants.
The Multivan’s commercial roots result in a driving position closer to a tradie van than a polished SUV, combining with a 2.2-tonne unladen weight, long wheelbase and full-sized dimensions to make it feel quite large on the road.
Even so, the van offers excellent forward visibility from an airy and spacious cabin combining with light steering and well-weighted pedals to produce a safe and predictable driving experience.
That said, this latest Kombi-inspired machine misses out on the adaptive dampers and more powerful twin-turbo diesel engine of the discontinued (and much more expensive) Multivan Generation Six.
Well-finished if a little behind VW’s usual polish, the van’s multifunction steering wheel is at least one generation behind passenger machines such as the Golf, which feature cruise control buttons on the steering wheel as opposed to the indicator stalk.
The Multivan’s seven-seat layout features two comfortable seats with arm rests up front, met by a similarly equipped pair of chairs in the middle and a three-seat bench across the back.
Those middle seats are particularly clever - VW’s seat rail adjustment system allows you to slide the rear seats forward and backward, swivel the middle row to face the rear bench or remove the central seats entirely.
We also like the use of “Halifax Maple” faux wood floors that form a nod to surfing culture, and the clever folding rear bench that serves as a bed.