Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake Video Review
Volkswagen offer a stylish and practical alternative to an SUV with the handsome new Arteon Shooting Brake.
Stylish alternative to an SUV
Large, practical boot
A bit on the pricey side
Some engine choices feel underpowered
Not the most exciting drive
Space & Practicality
The large practical estate boot makes it every bit as practical as an SUV, while still leaving a generous amount of space for both front and rear seat passengers.
Equipment and Safety
The Arteon Shooting Brake comes well equipped in all guises but the R-Line trim adds a real touch of class with its 19 inch Montevideo alloy wheels and sleek body kit, as well as some luxurious interior features such as Vienna leather and ambient cabin lighting.
Performance & Running Costs
Our test car was powered by a 2.0 150hp TDI with a 6 speed DSG transmission. Fuel economy averages about 5.1l/100km. There is a plug-in Hybrid version available with a 59km electric range, as well as the 320hp petrol R performance model. So there’s certainly something for everyone.
Reliability & Residuals
Volkswagens tend to hold their value very well and the Arteon Shooting Brake comes with a three year warranty as standard.
Facts & Figures
Car Tested: Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake R Line 2.0 TDI 150hp
Car Tested Price: €54,043
0 - 100kms
NCAP safety rating