Volkswagen has given its seven-seat Touran MPV a subtle mid-life facelift to bring its styling in line with the latest Golf, Polo, Sharan and Touareg models.
Changes include a new grille, bumper and headlights at the front and LED lights at the rear alongside a new bumper and tailgate. New alloy wheels and side-mounted chrome-edged rubbing strips complete the exterior changes.
Interior changes include a new steering wheel and centre console, as well as new backlighting for the dials and a larger electronic display.
The third row of the seats in the boot can be folded flat to offer 695 litres of luggage capacity; with the centre row folded, this increases to 1913 litres. VW says there is a total of 39 storage components housed within the car.
The engine range consists of two petrols and two diesels: the 104bhp 1.2 TSI engine replaces the ageing 1.6 and becomes the entry-level unit and the 1.4 TSI engine is available with either 138bhp.