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Is a 2019 Mercedes Benz a higher 'quality' car than a 2019 Toyota Camry?

We have two Mercedes Benz cars. One is a 1988 560SL with only 60,000 miles. This one requires work because even though it is a low mileage vehicle (less than 2,000 miles per year) things wear out and need to be replaced. I think the build quality was excellent for that time period before robots took over and made things a little more precise. Two is our 2019 SL450. 13,000 miles and no problems to report. I will however very emphatically state that the user interface for the climate control/entertainment/navigation system could vie for the worst in the world. We also have a 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan which in my opinion has the number one user interface (simple, clear, easy to use).

Is the Volkswagen Tiguan a reliable car?

Approaching my one year anniversary with my 2020 Tiguan S (base model) and no issues have surfaced. 1.8 liter turbo four has enough power and pretty good milage 26/32 mpg city/highway. Looking forward to my second anniversary.

Which is better in 2021, Volkswagen Tiguan or Peugeot 3008?

Volkswagen Tiguan is far superior in performance and durability than Peugeot. it is based on my personal Experience of Vokswagon brand. They are made of reliability and durability for year's of use.

What is the most popular car in Sweden?

Over the past years, 2018–2020, the most sold car as such was the Volvo S90 and V90. But that includes purchases by fleets. If you look at car purchases by private individuals, the number one is the, VW Golf. Sveriges mest sålda bilar till privatpersoner I have extracted the first fifteen vehicles from that list and translated it. Legend to the listing below: Rank Model of car How many sold Sold to private individual Percentage of sales of model to individuals 1 Volkswagen Golf 17 095 5 912 34,6 2 Volkswagen Tiguan 9 821 4 342 44,2 3 Volvo XC60 13 293 3 597 27,1 4 Volkswagen Polo 4 590 3 379 73,6 5 Nissan Qashqai 6 344 2 928 46,2 6 Volvo S60/V60 16 412 2 774 16,9 7 Toyota Yaris 5 274 2 771 52,5 8 Kia Ceed 4 792 2 577 53,8 9 Volvo S90/V90 24 346 2 574 10,6 10 Kia Niro 5 405 2 479 45,9 11 Renault Clio 4 766 2 477 52,0 12 Toyota Auris 5 387 2 446 45,4 13 Toyota C-HR 4 074 2 387 58,6 14 Skoda Fabia 4 081 2 378 58,3 15 Volkswagen Passat 13 650 2 315 17,0

How is Volkswagen Tiguan? Is it worth buying that car?

I own a new model Tiguan (sep 2016 delivery) with the 2 liter petrol engine, 180hp, and 4 motion all wheel drive, dsg 7 speed double clutch gearbox, and pretty much most options. I bought it to replace a Volkwagen Touareg that I’ve owned for 12 years. The main reason I bought it is because it is pretty much the only vehicle in it’s class with 2500kg towing capacity. BMW X3, Mercedes GLC, Volvo XC60, Seat Ateca all are limited to 2100kg. A two-horse trailer with two horses comes in at about 2400kgs. I’ve used the horse trailer, and the 4WD system to good effect in muddy fields. Although the Tiguan is a much more nimble, faster and lighter car than the Touareg, it is almost as big inside. Since my kids have grown up, I actually don’t need the full size SUV. Mine has all the modern driving aids and most options. I’ve driven 36019 km with the car up until today (Aug 22nd, 2017). Had one long life service, primarily an oil change at 30000 kms. Pro: Fuel economy: 12,49 km/l over its lifetime, but the last 3 months averaging at 13,4 km/l or 7,2 l / 100 km — however, I drive mostly in economy mode Great towing capacity for size of car; Excellent handling and comfort; Full LED dynamic lighting, digital dash display, HUD, Digital Audio Broadcasting… excellent; Wonderful panorama roof; Drives itself in stop-and-go traffic. Keeps in lane, keeps distance, and brakes to full stop and accelerates. Really useful if you drive a lot during rush hour. Cons: The collision avoidance system occasionally alerts too easily / soon; Until the first software update, some advanced systems did not work correctly (the speed sign recognition system, the handsfree tail liftgate), or occasionally showed intermittent faults (the adaptive cruise control). These have all been resolved; All in all, I am very happy with the purchase, and would recommend it.

Has anyone bought a Volkswagen Tiguan? Like it? How much over invoice?

My wife and I have had ours for around two years now and love it! We came from a golf and love the extra ride height. The turbo engine is the same as in the GTI and gets great (23-28) MPGs. I also think it rides like a car more than some of the other small SUVs I've driven. There's tons of trunk space and with the seats folded down, can fit a 8 foot roll of paper in! We've always been a Volkswagen family, but our Tig has been our favorite of the four we have owned. We got lucky and purchased a "used" first owner since it had been lots in the shuffle on the dealers lot and was a year old with 18 miles. We got it for $2000 under list price. The wild cherry color has grown on us!

What is your most "you've got to be kidding me" experience at a car mechanic?

I have a Volkswagen Tiguan with a little over 100,000 miles. I guess this engine has an issue with carbon buildup. I had an issue when the car was fairly new - they charged me to clean out the carbon and then a few days later the issue came back; it turned out to be a failing ignition coil. The coil was under warranty, but I still had to pay for the carbon scraping. Fast forward 10 years. Once again I’m having some engine power issues; the car would lose power upon acceleration. I take it back to the dealer, they diagnosed a carbon buildup and charged me $700 to scrape it off. I was hesitant because of the previous experience. They insisted it was the carbon buildup problem. After collecting the car post cleaning I got less than a mile away when the problem came back! I limped back to the dealer and told him what was going on; after extensive investigation, it turned out to be the ignition coil again. Once again it was fixed under warranty. That’s ,not, the most outrageous thing A few weeks later, the water pump started going out. I asked the dealer why they didn’t detect that the water pump was failing when they had the engine apart just a few weeks ago? The service writer (not my usual guy) said “We don’t check for that stuff!” I then took my car to a local independent Volkswagen mechanic, and he replaced the water pump and a few other things for about half the cost of the dealer. This is ,still, not the most outrageous thing. After getting the car back, I started noticing some odd transmission shifting issues. The car would shift late, it would clunkinto gear, it would rev and then slow down unexpectedly – just not running well at all. OK, back to the dealer, since I thought this to be a little out of the league of my independent guy. A day later, they tell me that I needed a brand new transmission for about $7,000. I asked if they were absolutely certain and made sure it wasn’t the same mechanic who made the genius diagnostic about the carbon buildup. Assuredly it was not - I need a new transmission. (Bottom line, the car wasn’t worth spending $7,000 on that repair, so I was a bit bummed out). Whilst driving at home, I got a very scary red flashing error light saying the engine had no oil! I pulled over to the side of freeway to check the oil, and it was fine. I called on my independent guy, and he referred me to another mechanic nearby who had some transmission experience. I limped over there and he managed to squeeze me in. He hooked up his magic dohicky and said “I think there’s a problem with your turbo intake. “ ( I didn’t even know that I had a turbo!). He looked, grabbed a screwdriver, and saw that the intake hose to the turbo had come off. He pushed it on, tightened it up …and the car ran like a champ! He didn’t want to charge me anything, but I gave him $20 for his time. (Later I looked at the dealer paperwork - they hadn’t even driven the car to test it). So that is my story - ,the mechanic wanted $7,000 to fix a hose.

How is it that my new Volkswagen Tiguan doesn't require an oil change until 10,000 miles? All of my previous cars required oil changes every 3,000 miles.

Lot of good info, but ,none, of the top answers really give the main reason for the longer oil change intervals. The primary way German makes achieve their long oil change intervals is by having oversized oil pans for their engine displacement. The more oil you have, the more crap it can absorb before it’s used up. Simple as that. That and by using high quality oil with a very precisely engineered set of additives. Of course, you also need a filter that’s designed for longer service life. You can’t just expect some cheapo Fram to go ten thousand miles. Cars with longer change intervals use filters with fleece media vs paper media like the shorter life filters do. Big rig trucks take upwards of ten gallons (that’s 40+ quarts!) to achieve 10–15k oil change intervals with conventional oils. Though many drivers tend to change it based on engine operating hours rather than just mileage. My 2006 3.5L SLK350 took a whopping 8.5 quarts of oil! Its oil change intervals were 13k miles or one year, whichever comes first. My 03 Impala with a 3.4L engine that specifies conventional oil and 3-5k change intervals takes only 4.5 quarts. A Tiguan with a 2.0L turbo boosted engine requires 4.9 quarts of high quality synthetic oil. Do you see the pattern here? You won’t hurt your car by using quality synthetic oil, but if your maintenance schedule calls for oil changes every three thousand miles, don’t expect to stretch that out to 15k just by switching to synthetic. At least not without completely sludging up and killing your engine within 30k miles.

Can we inherit a constructor in C++?

Yeap, Starting C++11 you can inherit the constructor declared in your base class and use it in your derived class. For example: #include <string> class Car { std::string id; std::string brand; std::string model; size_t year; public: Car(const std::string& id, const std::string& brand, const std::string& model, size_t year) : id{id}, brand{brand}, model{model}, year{year} { } }; class SmallCar : public Car { public: using Car::Car; // inherited constructor }; int main() { Car c1 { "123ABC", "Volkswagen", "Tiguan", 2012 }; // using class Car constructor SmallCar c2 { "456CXZ", "Volkswagen", "Golf", 2017 }; // using inherited constructor return 0; }

Are Volvos actually safer than comparable cars?

The safest cars tested in 2015/2016 by Euro NCAP in their different categories : Safest supermini:, Honda Jazz Safest small family car:, Hyundai Ioniq Safest large family car:, Toyota Prius Safest small MPV:, VW Touran Safest large MPV:, Ford Galaxy Safest roadster/convertible:, Mazda MX-5 Safest small SUV:, Volkswagen Tiguan Safest large SUV:, Volvo XC90 The overall winner is the VolvoXC90, it is the safest car tested by Euro NCAP to date. See ,Safest cars on sale 2017

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