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 bought a VW Routan Minivan for our every-growing family. It has the most comfortable seats of all the minivans and looks fantastic inside and out. We installed a rear DVD system which my kids and I love. Tons of cargo space. Only 7 seats (compared to 8 in the Sienna) but that's more than we need and also allows more space in between the 2nd row club seats. My only complaint about this car is its pickup when driving on ECO mode - coming from a dead stop to 10 mph, it has one little moment when the car jerks. Love the look of the van on the outside too - very modern, clean lines. We bought it in silver which does not show much dirt or grime. Smaller turning radius than the Sienna. Another thing to notice when buying the 2011 is the gasoline: it has the capability of using E85 or regular gas. E85 is difficult to find in the area I live in. I know i would get better as mileage using that type of gas though. We really love this car and wish we had bought a minivan sooner! Still feel super cool when driving it!
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