• viplav asked on 24 Mar 2021
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    Sokda Kushaq vs VW Taigun, which is better ?

    • Cardekho experts
    • on 24 Mar 2021

    Both the cars are good in their own forte. This ‘king’ certainly has some flaws but they aren't big enough for most buyers to ignore the Kushaq's royal claims. The Kushaq is a desirable and sensible package for the compact urban family. On the other hand, The Taigun, apart from a few fit and finish issues, feels like a proper Volkswagen. Finally a worthy upgrade for the Polo and Vento owners. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for . Read more -. -.

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  • madhu asked on 17 Oct 2021
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    Is Taigun underpowered?

    • Cardekho experts
    • on 18 Oct 2021

    On this drive we had the GT Line variants, which will exclusively come with the 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine with both manual and automatic transmission options. The other variants will get the 1.0-litre three cylinder petrol from the Polo and Vento, but in a higher state of tune.The 1.5 TSI is as refined as you’d expect a Volkswagen engine to be. However the most impressive part of the engine is the way it delivers power. There is a good amount of torque at lower rpms to let you pick up effortlessly in traffic. And beyond 2000rpm, the turbo takes over and you are in GT territory. The acceleration is effortless and the power delivery is smooth all the way up to the redline. The engine doesn't sound all that good but the acceleration is what will keep you entertained. Shift close to the redline and you fall right back into the powerband to keep the momentum going. Speaking of gear changes, the manual shifts are slick however the clutch felt a bit springy and hard. The good part is that because there is good torque at low rpms, you don't have to shift often and city commutes can be tackled in 2nd or 3rd gears. You also have the option to override this logic with paddle shifters for more manual control. With this transmission, Volkswagen claims that the Taigun will reach 100kmph in 9.1 seconds, which is pretty quick. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.Read more -Volkswagen Taigun: First Drive Review

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    • Cardekho experts
    • on 9 Oct 2021

    No, the Volkswagen Taigun is not available in diesel fuel type. It is powered by two turbocharged petrol engines: 1-litre (115PS/178Nm) and a 1.5-litre (150PS/250Nm) unit, with a 6-speed manual as standard. The engines get automatic options as well: a 6-speed torque converter for the 1-litre and 7-speed DSG for the 1.5-litre mill. The latter also comes with active cylinder technology, which shuts off two cylinders based on driving inputs to increase fuel efficiency.

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    • Cardekho experts
    • on 24 Sep 2021

    Yes, Topline variant feature Digital cockpit (instrument cluster) and Sunroof.

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