Mine has tv/dvd screens. nice on trips if you have kids. If not don't pay the extra money for this.
A larger then life ride.
2010 Volkswagen Routanashok b. - Baltimore,Maryland09/15/2011
I never expected Volkswagen who is known to produce small,expensive cars,to produce a Van big enough for 7 people,loaded with luxary like a built in GPS,8 blazing speakers and back view camera for adults , a DVD with dual screen for kids and priced to fit middle income family.It has dual options like 6 cylinders engine along or an Automatic option for care free driving experience.It is very spacious and comfortable ride which my entire family loves.Strongly reccomend for those who want more for their money
We did a lot of research into mini-vans and ended up with a VW 2010 Routan. After test driving the Chrysler Town & Country, we felt that the comfort and quality that the Routan offered edged out the T&C. It also helped that we found a low mileage practically brand new Routan for a great price. The Stow-n-Go seating option for the T&C and Dodge Caravan are definitely a nice feature but the middle seats are small and uncomfortable. We wanted a minivan to haul people and not stuff so we felt that we just wouldn't use the Stow-n-Go seats that much. The VW Routan has nice captains chairs in the middle row which we thought would be much better for us. If we really need to haul something big in our Routan the back seat still folds flat which still gives us quite a bit of storage space. Also, you still get the in floor storage under the middle row of seats. The other thing that we really liked about the Routan was the overall look of it. We felt that it has a slightly more refined look than the Town and Country and the Dodge Caravan. This is really a matter of preference but for us we felt it looked a little bit nicer.
What we like:
- Captains chairs in the middle row
- Vehicle Entertainment System (Dual DVD Players)
- UConnect option (bluetooth)
- Storage options
- Handling/suspension (Drives nicely)
- Leg room in middle and back row
- Seating comfort
- Overall body style and comfort
What we don't like:
- 3.8L Engine struggles slightly when climbing hills
- Fuel economy could be a little better
- Middle captains chairs don't adjust front to back, they only recline
- Passenger side leg room is a little bit tight for a taller person. Driver side is fine.
- When video screens are down and passengers are sitting in the back row the driver's view out the rear-view mirror is obstructed. (However, this is probably a problem with most minivans)
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