The Routan's 3.6-liter V6 engine is both powerful and economical.
The Volkswagen Routan can make it from zero to 60 mph in 8.3 seconds- not bad for a minivan!
Cabin storage in the Routan is generous with a total of two glove boxes, an overhead storage console as well as a center stack.
A total of thirteen cupholders can be found in the Routan SEL.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded the Volkswagen Routan a \"Good\" rating - its highest possible for its frontal offset and side crash tests.
The Volkswagen Routan comes with a three year or 36,000-mile free-maintenance plan.
While the Routan is reported as providing a smooth ride in most reviews, they also report that road handling is lacking when compared to its main competitors.
Reviews have it that the Routan's interior finish is less impressive than that of its rivals as well as others in the Volkswagen family.
The second row seats in the Routan come without a detachable center section
While the Routan's second-row seats can be removed to increase cargo carrying ability, they are unreasonably heavy.
The Routan's 3.6-liter V6 engine sounds as if it is struggling under severe acceleration.