Indepth Car Review: VW Multivan T6 Generation Six FULL REVIEW Volkswagen Bulli – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: VW Multivan T6 Generation Six FULL REVIEW Volkswagen Bulli – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: VW Multivan T6 Generation Six FULL REVIEW Volkswagen Bulli – Autogefühl



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39 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: VW Multivan T6 Generation Six FULL REVIEW Volkswagen Bulli – Autogefühl”

  1. Had a brand new well-specced T6 Multivan as a rental in Spain recently. The thing only had delivery mileage on it! Lovely van, but the prices are just ridiculous for what you get. It is a van. It drives a lot like a van. A nice van, sure, but still a van. The one we had would cost £50k in the UK because it seems everything is a cost option with VW. Silly money.

  2. My Toyota CHR can do the same regarding the safety assistance systems etc. for only 29k Euro. And the CHR has a better quality. VW t6 has only more room. That's it. For 80k Euro. Wow! Abzocke!

  3. 80.000 € …you get house + ground in europe, outside
    Germany.
    Train-ticket cost 29 euro ….

    megalomania for a little iron sheet + motor.
    Same shit llike overpriced camping-cars

  4. I do not like VW as they PUSH diesel engines sales so hard by overpricing 2.0l petrol variants by selling them only in top spec mostly. But really like this Transporter.

  5. Oh my- I really wish VW would bring the transporter back to the US market. I know there is a market if they could build them in Puebla with the TSI GTI 2.0 liter.

  6. 98k in NZ, would love one for the family but way too expensive, plus VW poor service and reliability backed by a rubbish basic 3 year warranty when almost all other manufacturers are offering 5 years plus extras.

  7. I think this is the only channel where I can truly sit for half an hour for a nice car review. The van looks great but at 80k a pop that gets into the MB V-class money. Gladly grab a gently used second hand one for sure.

  8. Another very good video review Thomas. But some of my mates are complaining that you seem to focus lately, a lot, on doing videos presenting VW umbrella vehicles. This isn't true, is it? For instance, I was expecting to see you work on presenting BMW's new X3 which is a significant introduction in the fastest growing and one of the most competitive car segments in the global motor industry. But you weren't there. Left many people, including myself, pondering. Do clarify if you will, please.

  9. Awesome. I have a secret desire to one day own a VW Multivan for touring continental Europe. This is the only good review of the car I have come across. Well done Thomas for always delivering.

  10. Nice van, looks comfortable. Shame the interior isn't a little more up-to-date. Still looks like an old Transporter I drove years ago. Loved your lanyard comment. I have mine 🙂

  11. Not ok at 80k. Cheap-looking, utilitarian transport.Ugly as sin with desperately poor interior trim detailing. Luxury van segment is set to expand rapidly, but building the bridge between work van and luxury people carrier requires more thought and effort (same as SUVs from military and farm vehicle origins). Great review though and very interesting to see the evolution of thinking at major manufacturers

  12. Love the review.. great job Thomas! now I wish I should have checked out the van when we were there! And you are right, blue/silver is HOTNESS!

  13. I will say something about Thomas, he is always dressed very smartly and he does very interesting reviews, he should be presenting Top Gear with Matt from Carwow.

  14. VW put zero effort into design. It's not "understated." It's styleless, save for one slanted corner on the headlights. Like the last VW reviewed, VWs are looking more and more generic, suburban & milquetoast. ..and for that price? Volkswagen must be on crack.

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