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About the Taigo
The VW Taigo is a coupe SUV that attempts to make a generally expensive type of car cheap, to appeal to the masses. It’s incredibly small for an SUV but is packed to the brim with great features. Such features help the Taigo to stay competitive against rivals like the Audi Q2 and Skoda Kamiq, and the car is overall a great choice for anyone looking for a wallet-friendly coupe SUV.
Under the hood, the Taigo comes with a choice of three engines. The most well-balanced engine on the list is definitely the 1.0-liter TSI 110 engine. It produces just 108 horsepower, but this doesn’t stop it from feeling quick. This model will accelerate from o-60 in just over 10 seconds, and the car feels very at home at higher speeds. If this performance isn’t enough for you, you can opt for a bigger engine that will get to 60 in 8.3 seconds. This engine is a whole lot thirstier though, which is something to bear in mind.
Aside from this, the VW Taigo handles like an absolute dream. The suspension is tuned perfectly, and you won’t feel any bumps or potholes on the road. And the steering is nice and sharp to allow for precise cornering.
The interior of the Volkswagen Taigo is also very respectable. A mix of leather and plastic gives the car a minimalistic, yet modern and subtle look. And the cabin, in general, feels very well made, and you shouldn’t experience any problems with it. There’s also a decent amount of storage space, and both the driver and passengers will ride in comfort thanks to the soft upholstery and ample legroom.
As for infotainment, the Taigo comes with an 8-inch screen as standard. This is extremely sharp and responsive, and an overall pleasure to use.