Captivating Multivan, even in its sixth generation

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For decades, the Volkswagen Multivan has been the perfect travel companion – well designed with comfort and safety features.

With up to seven comfortable seats, there is ample head and leg room. A unique feature of the Multivan’s seating is that individual seats in the second row can be rotated by 360 degrees, enabling a rearward facing arrangement.

The vehicle comes with a Servotronic speed-dependent power-assisted steering option which enhances handling when manoeuvring and parking.

With the aid of the electronics, power assistance is decreased to an ever greater degree at higher speeds. This allows the driver to control the vehicle in a more precise and targeted manner than with normal power steering.

The engines offer impressively low fuel consumption with every unit, without dampening driving pleasure. The 2.0 l TDI engine with 150 kW is particularly powerful, while also boasting low fuel consumption. If you prefer petrol engines, you have the choice between a 2.0 l TSI with 110 kW and the 2.0 l TSI engine with 150 kW.

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The Multivan is the only vehicle of its class available with the optional 4MOTION all-wheel drive and the optional 7-speed DSG dual clutch gearbox. Enjoy added driving comfort when navigating mountainous terrain, thanks to fully automatic gear changes.

The optional system is available for the rear axle together in conjunction with the optional 4MOTION all-wheel drive. This makes starting up in adverse conditions, such as driving off-road, much easier.

The optional 7-speed dual clutch gearbox DSG permits fully automatic gear changing with no interruption in power flow, significantly increasing driving comfort. The driver can choose between normal and sport mode.

The optional DCC adaptive chassis control improves vehicle handling and can be adjusted to your favourite setting. Choose from NORMAL, COMFORT or SPORT.

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The Automatic Post-Collision Braking System activates when two independent sensors detect an accident. After a short delay, the vehicle begins a phased braking action down to 10 km/h, during which the driver can take over at any time.

The optional Adaptive Cruise Control ACC automatically adapts the speed to that of the vehicle driving in front and maintains the distance set by the driver. At the same time, it remains within the set speed.

On the other hand, the optional “Front Assist” ambient traffic monitoring system with City Emergency Braking System uses a radar system to detect situations where the distance to the vehicle in front is critical and reduces the vehicle’s stopping distance.

In dangerous situations, the system alerts the driver by means of visual and acoustic signals, and with a warning jolt of the brakes.