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Performance

Diesel engines have the pulling power to deal comfortably with the Sharan’s bulk. There is 2.0-litre petrol option with a standard DSG automatic gearbox plus two turbocharged petrol engines in 148bhp 1.4-litre and the most powerful of the bunch, the 197bhp 2.0-litre. The two diesels in 138bhp and 168bhp tend to cope best thanks to their mid-range muscle. The Sharan also boasts responsive handling for such a high car and is surprisingly adept at dealing with corners. Take a test drive to experience for the Sharan for yourself.

Running Costs

The BlueMotion technology badge is a sign of excellent fuel economy on all VW cars. The provision of a stop-start system, low rolling resistant tyres and brake energy regeneration helps the 138bhp 2.0-litre TDI engine returns a hefty 50.4mpg and keep low CO2 emissions of 146g/km. The 2.0-litre TSI offers 33.2mpg with 198g/km CO2 emissions.

Equipment

The S model is well equipped despite being the ‘entry-level’ range. It comes with front and rear electric windows, climate control, alarm with interior monitoring, parking brake with auto hold and an eight-speaker stereo with iPod connectivity and DAB radio. The SE trim adds steering wheel-mounted stereo controls, Bluetooth connectivity, automatic dimming rear-view mirror with rain sensor, see-me home lighting and alloy wheels. The two top of the range trims are the SEL and Executive. They add cruise control, CD changer panoramic sunroof and full leather upholstery plus six roomier seats respectively. Order a brochure from Askaprice.com to get a full list of the specifications.