After years of sluggish sales, Volkswagen has decided to kick the upscale, mid-sized crossover out of the lineup. Its replacements are already there, the three-row crossover Atlas and the long Tiguan, another three-row crossover. The current Tiguan, shown above, will remain as a sales partner to the long Tiguan, as the Tiguan Limited.
If you are a fan of the Volkswagen Touareg and are planning on purchasing one, you’d better hurry because after 2017 they won’t be available. After nearly a decade-and-a-half, Volkswagen has decided to remove Touareg from its store shelves and fill them with other models. The models include the new long Tiguan and the three-row Atlas crossover.VW explains reasons for shakeup.
Why is VW dropping Touareg from its lineup? Slow sales and new models