2018 Volkswagen Sharan MPV In-Depth Overview

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Volkswagen Sharan 4Motion AllStar 2.0 TDI SCR 184 hp 7DSG (2016) Exterior and Interior

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Volkswagen doesn’t make interesting, quirky MPVs in the same way the French do, but that’s like saying jeans aren’t interesting in the same way leopard-skin trousers are – which would you rather take the kids to school in?

The Sharan is a big version of the Touran, which is a big version of the Golf SV, which is… you get the idea. Nothing about VW’s grandest seven-seat MPV is surprising, really – it’s beautifully made, refined and reassuringly/frighteningly expensive. Though if that’s immediately a worry, might we direct you to the Seat Alhambra, which is exactly the same car, with a less posh badge (as if you care) and less toppy prices to suit.

In isolation, the Sharan is a really solid big MPV though. Yes, the name of VW’s mumsiest car is as mumsy as it gets, but fundametnally, the Sharon, sorry, Shazza, no, Sharan is a well-thought out machine. The sliding doors are so lightweight you needn’t bother with any electric motorising that’ll add cost and complication. the seven seats can all seat an adult, and fold intuitively, once you’ve rehearsed where the pull-straps for each spring-loaded backrest live.

The slab-sided Sharan has really open visibility, and the parts-bin VW interior feels solid without falling into the trap of being offensively low-rent-for-families, or overly plush and too nice for the kids to spoil. Ergonomically, the layout is spot on, though the French do offer more cabin stowage. You’ll keep your Sharan tidier, simply because there are fewer places to lose a jam sandwich and Barbie Dreamhouse accessories inside…

There’s no ‘shrinking around you’ behind the wheel of this thing – it always feels huge – but it’s all just so right that it’s effortless. A combination of great visibility, a lofty driving position with armchair comfort, light steering, a flowing manual gearbox and a small turning circle make the Sharan only marginally more daunting than driving a Golf (if you’re really worried about parking it, you can buy one that parks itself anyway). You’ve got to rid yourself of the notion that it’ll be ponderous and riddled with heavy steering just because it looks like an oil tanker. Honestly, it’s so easy to place and mooch around in it’s less intimidating than a Scirocco. no wonder all those airport taxi firms tend to drive their MPVs so ‘competitively’…

Even VW can’t defy physics though, so cornering isn’t the Sharan’s forte – and for that reason we’d avoid the optional adaptive chassis control – but it does have the ride quality and refinement of a luxury limo. There’s a dearth of wind noise, (unless you’re somehwere where you can exceed 70mph), and at town speeds the still in the cabin borders on spooky. All engines are strong, but the torque of the 138 and 168bhp diesels makes them best for carrying stuff, and we’d probably specify DSG, too, as it’s more suited to the relaxed driving the Sharan encourages.

Mind you, as diesel stutters and hangs in a political limbo, there’s a lot to be said for the black sheep of the Sharan engine family: the 1.4 TSI. No, really. It develops 148bhp and a really useful 184lb ft from 1,500rpm, which, low-rev fans, is diesely performance. So you can load a Sharan up to the metaphorical gunwales with people and their kit - and we speak from experience - only to discover the diminutive 1.4 motor is more than up to the task of flowing with traffic and catching dozing folks unwares on the motorway. Economy settles in the mid 30s in real-world driving, so it’s not ideal for enormous distances, but for an about-town workhorse lifestyle, try the petrol. Really.

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