With the introduction of the 2022 Volkswagen Taos, Volkswagen has finally given its traditional SUV a facelift and updated its trim levels. This compact SUV is designed with an emphasis on an aggressive appearance, and its headlights are set more deeply into the front end than those of other models. What are the different Volkswagen Taos trim levels? This Volkswagen of New Port Richey research page breaks down the SUV into the different trims with their key features. Keep reading!
2022 Volkswagen Taos Trim Levels
|Powertrain ||158 hp and 154 lb.-ft. of torque||158 hp and 154 lb.-ft. of torque||158 hp and 154 lb.-ft. of torque|
|Wheels ||17-inch alloy wheels||18-inch alloy wheels||18-inch black alloy wheels|
|Front Seats ||6-way manually adjustable front seats||8-way power driver's seat including power-adjustable lumbar support ||8-way power driver's seat including power-adjustable lumbar support |
The Taos has a rear camera system with features that include parking assist, lane departure warning, and a driving monitor. This system is designed to make parking and backing up easier. The camera helps identify objects in the car's blind spots.
The Autonomic Emergency Braking System is one of the most important safety features in the Volkswagen Taos. The system applies the brakes when a car on a collision is detected, whether that be another vehicle or a surface object (like a tree). This feature helps reduce fatalities and severe injuries by up to 90 percent in the future.
The Volkswagen Taos has been tested for safety by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which found that it's safer than other cars in its class.
Ready to experience the 2022 Volkswagen Taos? Volkswagen of New Port Richey is the first stop for drivers looking to explore a new Taos. With three trim levels available, drivers can find the perfect Taos to suit their needs and budget.