2016 Volkswagen Sharan Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Volkswagen Sharan Concept

2016 Volkswagen Sharan. Although the German manufacturer has changed the design of the current model, and the new Sharan will have something to offer to customers. In addition to new content, there are also new engines comply with Euro 6 standards. The second generation Volkswagen vehicles mini-van had its premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in 2010, and five years later at the same event will be presented the restyled version of this model.

The 2016 Volkswagen Sharan is an upcoming Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), which is basically an updated version of the outgoing model. The German automaker presented this family-friendly car at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show. The new MPV has been added numerous new systems that would improve its convenience and efficiency. It is expected to go on sale in July 2015.

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Volkswagen Sharan has been set at $37.800 – $52.000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Volkswagen Sharan we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Release Date

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Release Date

New car is coming from Volkswagen and it was unveiled at 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The car in question is redesigned 2016 Sharan. This car manufacturer has presented this car which has suffered a lot of changes in many areas. There are a lot of new systems added that make this car one of the best models in MVP segment. Those systems are assistance and convenience systems and they made this family friendly car even better.

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Changes

New Sharan Volkswagen 2016 is characterized by small design changes and new, more economical engines. Exterior design is very similar to the current. Just like all of the other German car manufacturers, Volkswagen hasn’t done anything revolutionary with new Sharan and has kept most of familiar design lines. The only improvements are: new LED taillights, 16-inch alloy-wheels as well as two new body colors (blue and red). Interior, on the other side, has experienced bigger changes. Volkswagen Sharan 2016 cabin has got new steering wheel, 12-way power seats and bigger screen through which the owner can control the complete electronics in the car. There is also a wide selection of new safety features, with which new VW Sharan 2016 will continue to be one of the safest vehicles in its class and will certainly continue to attract family buyers.

2016 Volkswagen Sharan has changes in the interior, which includes a new steering wheel, a different climate control, and a new layout tools. When it comes to material that is lined, which vary depending on the package. Trendline includes metallic decorative elements, Highline characterized by glossy blacks details, while customers with a richer model packs (Trendline, Comfortline) can choose optional items that identify a pattern of wood.

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Redesign

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Specs

The outside appearance of the 2016 Volkswagen Sharan is slightly different from the previous car. The taillights have been altered; they include a LED indicators. Some two metallic shades, Crimson Red and Hudson Bay Blue, have been added to the shade palette. The new car has the same alloy wheels, but of different size of 16-inch. The entire body is sharpened, something which is more appealing to its customers.

The new Blind Spot Monitor utilises an LED symbol in the outer area of the wing mirrors to call the Sharan driver’s attention to any vehicles in the blind spot beside the MPV or approaching from behind. As soon as that is the case, the symbol lights up, and if the driver activates the turn indicator in the direction of the detected vehicle the symbol flashes as an additional warning. This lowers the risk of hazardous lane-changing situations. The system, which is automatically activated from a speed of 30 km/h, uses radar sensors to monitor an area of approximately 20 metres around the vehicle. When the Blind Spot Monitor is ordered for the Sharan, it automatically comes with the Rear Traffic Alert.

The base version is already well equipped as standard. In terms of safety, standard features include seven airbags (including knee airbag for the driver), the new Automatic Post-Collision Braking System, Driver Alert System, a Tyre Monitoring Indicator and – particularly important for an MPV – ISOFIX child seat anchor points on the second and third rows of seats. Also as standard: electric child safety locks on the rear doors (which can be operated from the driver’s seat) and the electric handbrake with Hill Hold and Auto Hold functions. The ESC electronic stabilisation programme (including ABS, EDS, Brake Assist, trailer stabilisation and counter steering assistance) is naturally also included.

The interior has been upgraded with new materials and accents. The instrument cluster has been perfected. Numerous assistance systems has been added, including an adaptive cruise control, traffic monitoring, blind spot monitor, automatic braking system, lane-keeping and park assistants. The 2016 Volkswagen Sharan has the second generation infotainment systems that can connect to various devices. The systems have support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. They include the 6.5-inch Discovery Media System with navigation, the 6.5-inch Composition Media System and the 5.0-inch Composition Color System. All of them have high-resolution displays and fast processors, enabling high performance, optimized boot-up and faster route calculation.

Externally the Trendline features include the new LED rear lights, LED number plate lighting, two chrome bars on the top section of the radiator grille, electrically adjustable heated wing mirrors with integrated LED indicator lights, daytime running lights, 16-inch steel wheels with 205 tyres and tinted heat-absorbing windows, plus bumper, wing mirror housing and door handle paintwork in the car body colour.

Inside the Sharan Trendline features include a height-adjustable driver’s seat, decorative trim in ‘Platinum Silver’, chrome-rimmed switches for the lights and hazard warning lights, fabric seat covers in the ‘Campus’ pattern, up to 33 storage compartments, a height and length-adjustable arm rest (including storage bin), a luggage compartment floor with lockable compartments (5-seater), bag hooks in the luggage compartment, a luggage compartment cover and automatic door-locking when the vehicle starts moving (can be disabled).

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Interior

2016 Volkswagen Sharan Engine

The Sharan 1.4 TSI BlueMotion Technology develops peak power output of 110 kW / 150 PS from an engine displacement of 1,395 cc. It is available between 5,000 and 6,000 rpm. In the large Sharan the innovative downsized engine consumes on average a frugal 6.4 l/100 km (148 g/km CO2); with the optional six-speed dual clutch gearbox (DSG) it is 6.6 l/100 km (154 g/km CO2). Compared to the identically powered previous model, consumption has been reduced by 11.1 per cent. With the DSG transmission it is even as much as 13.2 per cent. The 16-valve four-cylinder engine, which generates a high 250 Nm torque that is continuously available from 1,500 to 3,500 rpm, accelerates the Sharan 1.4 TSI BlueMotion Technology to 100 km/h in just 9.9 seconds, regardless of the transmission system being used. Its top speed is 200 km/h (DSG: 198 km/h).

2016 Volkswagen Sharan most significant changed got under the hood – a full line of engine complies with Euro 6 standard. As it is difficult to Volkswagen, which basically means that the motors are on average 15 percent more economical than before. There are two new petrol engines: 1.4-liter TSI with 150 hp and 2.0 TSI that produces 220 hp. Those customers who opt for the diesel versions, will be able to choose from three new 2.0-liter TDI units – with 115 hp, 150 hp and 184 hp.

Volkswagen claims that all engine options that will find its place under the hood of new 2016 Sharan are improved and meet the latest Euro 6 exhaust regulations. The gasoline offer starts with a 1.4-liter turbo unit that makes 148 hp, while the 2.0-liter turbo engine develops 217 hp. There are also three 2.0-liter TDI diesel units, a version with 113 hp and 177 hp are carried over, while the earlier 138 hp version now has power output of 148 hp.

The car has two turbocharged petrol units: a 1.4L TSI delivering 110 kW (150 PS, 148 HP) and a 2.0L TSI which is capable of producing 162 kW (220 PS, 217 HP). On the other hand, there are three 2.0-liter TDI power options, delivering the following output figures: 85 kW (115 PS, 114 HP), 110 kW (150 PS, 148 HP), and 135 kW (184 PS, 181 HP). All engines, except the 85 kW/114 HP, may work together with an optional 6-speed dual clutch transmission. The 110 kW TDI can be connected to the AWD system, which is also optional and some extra cash is needed for it to be done on your car. The 2016 Sharan’s turbocharged engines are 15% more efficient than those of the current car, saving a considerable amount of fuel. It consumes about 4.9 – 7.1 liters per 100 km (combined) and emits about 130 – 167 g/km of CO2.

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