Volkswagen TiguanVolkswagen Tiguan has been the automakers best-selling model in their line up, and it
Volkswagen’s R-Line brothers, the Passat R-Line and Tiguan Allspace R-Line, are currently hogging
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model – the Volkswagen Tiguan.
The production of Volkswagen Tiguan just broke six million mark globally, making it as the best-selling
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Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) just took the covers off the VW Tiguan Allspace – a 7
Malaysia welcomed the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, the 7-seater counterpart to the regular Volkswagen
Volkswagen has just launched the new 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace in Malaysia.
Earlier today, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) launched its first-ever VW Tiguan Allspace,
Make no mistake, the Volkswagen Tiguan is an excellent SUV.
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia has just launched the new 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace.
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Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia is set to introduce three new models this week - namely the 2020 Volkswagen
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) celebrates the Tiguan for being the best seller, breaking six-million
VPCM will be providing 120 units of Volkswagen Tiguan Highline, which will be used throughout the race
Yesterday, we are pretty much inundated with a trio of Volkswagen launches but while the Arteon and Passat
As it stands, the Tiguan has to compete against the likes of the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and of course
That is the date given by Volkswagen for the global unveiling of its new 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace
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of the Passat and Tiguan models.
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The current Volkswagen Tiguan has been on sale here since 2017, and it desperately needs a facelift,
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I bought Volkswagen Tiguan from Bharat Motors (Bhubaneswar)in 2018 with EW which has validity till Feb 2022. But on 27th Jan 2021 ,I faced some electronic problem and Dealership team is refusing to cover it under extended warranty. Kindly look into this matter . #Volkswagen
Because he is an idiot! If you use a high quality aftermarket bulb its specs should be identical to the original. Also keep in mind that most vehicle manufacturers do not produce their own bulbs they outsource them to a quality bulb manufacturer.
Quite an odd question to ask about the VW Tiguan. This SUV is quite capable, but at the end it is just a soft-roader. It is meant to take you and your family to places and occasionally through bad terrain. The AWD modes help it get through even mud and snow, but the AWD system will tend to heat up. Over time, if you switch between cars, you’d realize the seats are not the most comfortable. Other than this, i could not pin point any more issues.
Not particularly but better than many other VW models. Very expensive when the problems set in well before 100,000 miles. You always buy an expensive extended warranty for any VW model.
Never buy any VW car. Sure they are cheaper than a Toyota when purchased used. Being unreliable makes the resale value drop faster. Internet search “2015 Volkswagen Tiguan - Problems, statistics and analysis”. Then click on “Engine and Engine Cooling”.
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).
Well the Volkswagen Tiguan is extremely unlikely to be anything like as reliable as the Subaru Forester. There have been studies done on the reliability for cars and studies have put German brands are the most unreliable and that includes Volkswagen. In all honesty I have seen a lot of Volkswagens giving their owners a lot of trouble and I have seen a lot of Volkswagen owners have constant problems with their cars, one people after another.
The 2013 Volkswagen Tiguan is primarily known for carlike ride and ease-to-use controls. However, many owners complain about lack of cargo space and compromised fuel economy.
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.
Hard to say considering the different engine options over the variut model years… Some leak a lot, some burn oil… The biggest thing is making sure maintenance is always taken care of. If you're buying used, I wouldn't suggest buying anything unless you can make sure maintenance was performed and the engine is in good condition. Also worth noting is that some of the maintenance can require special tools that either are unobtainable by anyone but a dealer, or are extremely expensive. A lot of the engines are very complicated and may require the engine to be removed from the vehicle to be serviced, which considerably increases maintenance costs. It's very worth looking into what kind of maintenance and problems your specific vehicle usually requires. Overall, I would not suggest it, but there are good ones and there are bad ones.
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