The Volkswagen Sharan is a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) or minivan produced by the German automaker Volkswagen. Introduced in the mid-1990s, the Sharan aimed to cater to the needs of large families and those requiring a spacious and versatile vehicle. The Sharan shares many components and is closely related to the SEAT Alhambra and, previously, the Ford Galaxy.
Volkswagen Sharan Overview
The Volkswagen Sharan is a minivan that was introduced in 1995. It is based on the Volkswagen Transporter van, but it has a more passenger-oriented interior. The Sharan has been discontinued since 2022. It was produced in a joint venture between Volkswagen and Ford. The Ford equivalent of the Sharan was the Galaxy.
The Sharan was powered by a variety of engines, including gasoline, diesel, and hybrid engines. It was available with a choice of manual or automatic transmissions. The Sharan was available in two body styles: a short wheelbase model and a long wheelbase model. It was also available in a variety of trim levels, including the base Sharan, the Sharan Comfortline, and the Sharan Highline.
The Sharan was a popular car in Europe and it was sold in many countries, including Germany, France, and Italy. However, it was not available in the United States. The Sharan was a good choice for those looking for a spacious and versatile minivan. It was also a good choice for those who wanted a minivan with a variety of engines to choose from.