Overtaking in the VW Touareg is like a dream - Jacob Moshokoa, auto journalist

In the car feature, automotive journalist, Jacob Moshokoa share his views of the Volkswagen Touareg.

Moshokoa says that Volkswagen has introduced a car that's going to rival the likes of the Mercedes-Benz ML, the BMW X5, and some of the Volvo's out there.

They've brought out a car that's smooth, incredible to drive, and packed with a lot of technology.

Jacob Moshokoa, automotive journalist

I had a chance to test drive the car in Maputo last weekend says Moshokoa.

He adds that the car offers a 3-litre V6 turbo diesel engine which is just glorious.

Overtaking is like a dream in a car like this.

Jacob Moshokoa, automotive journalist

Moshokoa says that there's a massive screen inside the Volkswagen Touareg.

He adds that you can find a lot of gizmos in the car like the night vision mode.

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