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Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual: Function and operation

Fig. 157 In centre console: button for setting the adaptive chassis control

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

The adaptive chassis control constantly adjusts the suspension characteristics while driving to the road surface and the current driving situation according to a preset programme.

The steering response is also adjusted in the Sport programme.

Channel Recommended driving situations
COMFORT Comfort-oriented setting, e.g. when driving for extended trips on poor quality roads.
NORMAL Balanced setting, e.g. for everyday use.
SPORTS Sporty setting, e.g. for a sporty driving response.

Selecting a programme

  • Switch on the ignition.
  • Press the button until the required programme is displayed.

The programme NORMAL is active, if neither nor light up in the button.

WARNING

Adjusting the damping setting could alter the vehicle handling. The adaptive chassis control must never tempt you into taking any risks when driving.
  • Always adapt your speed and driving style to suit visibility, weather, road and traffic conditions.

If there is a fault in the adaptive chassis control, the displays and will flash in the button. The driving comfort in the vehicle could be affected until the fault is fixed. Go to a qualified workshop and have the system checked.

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