Test drive: VW Arteon is off the mark for Irish buyers
Few estate cars are as splendid to look at as the Arteon Shooting Brake and it’s pleasant to drive, but that doesn’t change the fact that drivers here are still attached to saloons and SUVS
In a world where both D-segment cars and estates are being squeezed out of the market by SUVs, it seems strange timing on Volkswagen’s part to introduce this car, the Arteon Shooting Brake.
It’s a rakish D-segment estate based on Volkswagen’s upmarket saloon, that launched in 2017, and now joins the line-up just as the German brand refreshes the appearance of the entire range.
The Arteon Shooting Brake is designed...
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