I needed a cheap daily driver, and couldn't bring myself to spend 2500 on a 2005 1.6 seat cordoba, but this popped up. It's fair to say it needs a little fettling....
We've already sorted a few things out but to get it nice again is going to take a while.



      This car looked better if was exploded.

      about 19 days ago
    • MakeshiftMemorial

      There is an ass for every seat.

      about 2 months ago
    • 1996 Toyota Camry LE 4-Speed Automatic 2.2L
      1996 Toyota Camry LE 4-Speed Automatic 2.2L

      That thing’s taken a beating like I’ve never seen. In the US 2500 euro (2810 USD) would get you a beautiful 90’s Cadillac sedan.

      about 3 months ago
    • Oussama Tabiti
      Oussama Tabiti

      Son paraa vender ?

      about 7 months ago
    • Jonny Vancraybeen
      Jonny Vancraybeen

      Cheapest ??????? Piece of shit "car",  2500€ you are fucking crasy not even if you give me 2500€ i take this crapcar!!!!

      about 11 months ago
    • Džiugas Grikinis
      Džiugas Grikinis

      For all of you sayng 160k is fake, it's rolling for the second time I guess :D so it is 1.160.000km :D

      about 11 months ago
    • Tim Naß
      Tim Naß

      What the fck happend with this car?

      about 11 months ago
    • Jayden Julian
      Jayden Julian

      I have the same touareg with 320on it and it doesn't look that bad

      about 1 year ago
    • C. A. Oliveira
      C. A. Oliveira

      Idles good!
      Here in Brazil I never saw a Touareg with manual transmission...

      about 1 year ago
    • Rodrigo Carmona
      Rodrigo Carmona

      Son Christmas knowledge changing protect wealthy pink wherever

      about 1 year ago
    • Timo wales
      Timo wales

      Someone Has Put Some Effort Into Wrecking That! What A Mess!

      about 1 year ago
    • Kip Drordy
      Kip Drordy

      Rest In Peace my friend. you must have deep pockets to even consider buying a run down old touareg. I had one for 3 years, 'easy refurbishments' cost a fortune and need specialist skill and tools to do. absolute nightmare to repair when it has a growing
      list of problems. no better than an old range rover.

      about 1 year ago
    • Rico Oestmn
      Rico Oestmn

      you live in wich country ???

      about 1 year ago
    • Andrew Wilson
      Andrew Wilson

      Farmers around here would be happy with this one! Bloody nice car in their minds! You seriously need to see how bad their cars are, had a discovery 3 come in with over an inch of muck in the back from dogs! Grubby dirty bastards!

      about 1 year ago
    • Zyzz2012

      Where is this place ??

      about 1 year ago
    • Young God
      Young God In reply to Zyzz2012

      in spain somewhere :P

      about 10 months ago
    • Mental Dave
      Mental Dave

      I can't imagine what's been in that, it looks like it's been tested to destruction. I know cars are expensive in Spain but this one is way past saving.

      about 1 year ago
    • George Domination
      George Domination

      Why are all those VW interiors so shitly made? the VAGs we see those interior issues on are all about to be around 20 + - years of age now, and I guess VW hasn't even calculated this car to live so much, so they didn't even bother putting a little bit more premium materials into it. + they are cheaply made out of cheap plastic with bad coating on buttons, door handles and more interior pieces ( the coating that peels and scratches with time, common 96-06 audi/vw/skoda interior issue... ) If you look at a Mercedes w210 which has been a taxi in Germany for 19 years, you can see none of those issues, the interior will look exactly like it looked the day it was built...ofc due to the Mercedes taxi being built well better than ANY VW, Audi, BMW, Skoda... You can check autoscout24. com and you will see for yourself

      about 1 year ago
    • emilio blanco
      emilio blanco

      Can anyone tell me why VAG buttons always rub out till they are white?

      about 1 year ago
    • Ridl -
      Ridl -

      Was ein nackter hund nicht mal ne automatik und navi das war bei den dingern eigentluch immer standard.

      about 1 year ago
    • Rodri Garcia
      Rodri Garcia

      The condition of the car explain the real situation with these cars of early 00s in Spain. The VW Touareg, the Porsche Cayenne, with others like the 7 Series or the Mercedes CLS, were bought by CONSTRUCTION WORKERS in the early 00s due to the real state bubble in the country at this time. Financing the shit out of everything, living above the real possibilities because there were A LOT of work in the construction sector. But one day the bubble explode, and they notice that they can't afford these cars nor the maintenance.
      Now you can buy these type of cars here in Spain for dirt cheap, but they are clock bombs due to the horrible maintenance.

      about 1 year ago
    • Livio

      my touareg 2.5 had 190k km and is too much better than this, poor touareg :(

      about 1 year ago
    • nando carpi
      nando carpi

      that car has at least 300.000 km on . when i sold my tuoareg 3.0tdi with 199.000 km the car was new inside out. that in italy worth 500euro.

      about 1 year ago
    • CokeAndMeth

      Why to buy this kind of pile of stinking horseshit. It looks like a pigsty! 2500€ for this shit??

      about 1 year ago
    • Abdou OBR
      Abdou OBR

      sad to see this car in this condition

      about 1 year ago
    • BusMaster99

      What a pile of shit!

      about 1 year ago
    • gosportjamie

      It's definitely had a hard life for sure but it sounds like it has been maintained well. Those 2.5 TDi engines don't take well to careless maintenance and start to sound very ropey quite quickly if neglected, particularly with major turbo issues but that one still sounds sweet. It's pretty unusual to find a manual Touareg and I've never seen a basic spec one with cloth interior, it's a shame that one is so caned but having the parts car will help a ton with that. I think most of the issues you've found so far are pretty standard Touareg fare and usually aren't too hideously expensive to sort. These do seem to be the sort of vehicles where they're either very good and reliable or they're a complete disaster with nothing in between. At least yours being a manual immediately cures one known major problem, the auto boxes used in those really aren't good at all and are expensive to get sorted. Finding a used replacement, needless to say, is akin to pushing water uphill with a garden rake, and IF you can find one you'll pay through the nose...

      about 1 year ago
    • Adam Wattam
      Adam Wattam

      For what you paid for that shed you could have changed the gearbox on the good one and have change to spare for cosmetics. Instead your just giving yourself loads if work to do. Swapping the engines would have been easier

      about 1 year ago
    • Simon Allen
      Simon Allen

      Not a bad buy for Spain! Nice.

      about 1 year ago
    • Blair Aquilia
      Blair Aquilia

      I am willing to bet the price of the car that the odometer computer has been reprogrammed. That does not look like a vehicle that has about 100,000 miles on it, or 160,000km.

      about 1 year ago
    • Michael

      Pile of shit

      about 1 year ago
    • BusMaster99
      BusMaster99 In reply to Michael

      Michael My thoughts exactly.

      about 1 year ago