• Segment C-Segment
  • BodyType SUV
  • Transmission DCT
  • Capacity 1.4 L
  • Horsepower 150 PS
  • Seats 5
Road Tax Cost*
RM70.00/year
Insurance Cost*
RM4,477.43/year
Fuel Cost*
RM2,747.00/year

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  • 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Highline 1.4
    RM 145,400

    RM 1,626/month

    19,952 km  /  2 years  /  Cheras

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  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Economy
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

  • Exterior

     01

    2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Gallery

    Design

    Exterior styling is rather conservative, as with most Volkswagens. Although compared to the previous generation, the car is now lower and wider from before, with more lines and creases on the body.

    Dimensions

    2019 Volkswagen Tiguan Dimensions
    Length 4,486 mm
    Width 1,839 mm
    Height 1,654 mm
    Wheelbase 2,681 mm

    Lighting

    As standard, the Volkswagen Tiguan gets adaptive LED headlamps and full LED tail lamps.

     02

    Wheels

    Wheels measure 18-inch in size, wrapped with 235/55 profile rubbers.

  • Interior

     01

    Dashboard

    Like the exterior, the interior design is on the conservative side, despite the angular design cues. The upper dashboard is covered with soft touch materials while the bottom half is hard plastic.

    Instrument cluster

    The Tiguan comes with a 12.3-inch Active Info Display. Resolution is high and graphics are simple to understand.

     02

    Space and practicality

    The interior feels rather spacious and cubby spaces are large, the door bins can fit a 1.5-litre bottle and so can the glovebox. There is also a tray behind the front seats for the rear passengers.

     03

    Boot

    Boot space is large at 615 litres. What’s more is that the shape is square and there’s practically no load lip to lift items over.

  • Features

     01

    2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Specs and Features

    Safety features

    The Tiguan gets 6 airbags, stability and traction control, Active Bonnet Pedestrian Protection that releases the bonnet from the hinge to minimize head injury during a pedestrian collision.

    Comfort features

    The sole variant is featured with 3-zone automatic climate control, 12-way power adjustment for the driver seat, electric tailgate, and auto-dimming rearview mirror.

    Infotainment

    There is an 8-inch touchscreen display Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity linked to 8 speakers.

  • Powertrain

     01

    Engine

    The Volkswagen Tiguan is powered by a 1.4-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that makes 150 PS and 250 Nm of torque.

    Transmission

    The engine is paired to a 6-speed wet type dual clutch transmission (DSG)

     02

    Chassis

    Under the skin lies the MQB platform while suspension duty is handled by MacPherson struts at the front and multi-link at the rear.

  • Driving Performance

     01

    Engine performance

    Once the initial delay is past, the engine pulls strongly for its size and output figures. There’s a healthy amount of torque in the lower to middle rev range that is ideal for daily driving.

    Transmission performance

    The 6-speed wet DSG shifts as quick as one would expect from a dual clutch transmission, and is just a tad clunky at low speeds.

    Steering and handling

    The MQB platform shines in the handling department. The Tiguan feels more like a hatchback to drive than an SUV. Body roll is kept in check in the corners and maintains composure at all times.

  • Ride Comfort

     01

    Sound proofing

    Cabin noise level is generally low. Mechanical noises are well suppressed and tyre noise is commendably low. Like many SUVs in this segment, wind noise does become intrusive at high speeds.

    Passenger comfort

    At low speeds, the suspension can feel a little busy. But once the speed picks up, it flows along nicely. Add that to the generous amount of headroom and kneeroom, the Tiguan becomes a comfortable companion for long-distance journeys.

  • Fuel Economy

    The Volkswagen Tiguan’s fuel consumption is rated at 6.7-litre/100 km.

  • Conclusion

     01

    The Volkswagen Tiguan represents an alternative to the Japanese rivals like the Mazda CX-5 and Honda CR-V. It is a solid all-rounder; it’s comfortable and yet manages to handle well with decent performance, all wrapped in a practical SUV body.  

    However, it lacks any form of ADAS and the dual clutch transmission isn’t quite suited for our congested roads.

    For those who seek that Teutonic feeling of a well-insulated cabin and firmer suspension though, the Tiguan should fit right to your liking.

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  • What is the Front Brakes of Volkswagen Tiguan?

    Here are the Front Brakes and variants of Volkswagen Tiguan:

    Variants2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.4 TSI Comfortline2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.4 TSI Highline
    Front BrakesVentilated DiscVentilated Disc
  • What is the Forward Ratios of Volkswagen Tiguan?

    Here are the Forward Ratios and variants of Volkswagen Tiguan:

    Variants2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.4 TSI Comfortline2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.4 TSI Highline
    Forward Ratios66
  • What is the Child Safety Lock of Volkswagen Tiguan?

    Here are the Child Safety Lock and variants of Volkswagen Tiguan:

    Variants2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.4 TSI Comfortline2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.4 TSI Highline
    Child Safety LockManual for rear doorsManual for rear doors

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