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volkswagen tiguan america Q&A Review

What model is Volkswagen replacing the Beetle with for 2020?

The Beetle cannot be replaced . It’s an iconic model that embodies the spirit and values of a different era. However, with the Beetle gone, Volkswagen will definitely fill in the empty spot with another production model. That would probably be the Tarek - a compact crossover. The vehicle will slots below the larger Tiguan and Atlas, so you can image why I we cannot say that would be a Beetle replacement - different segment. Now That The Beetle's Gone, The Volkswagen Tarek Crossover Is Gearing Up For Production - The Fast Lane Car Volkswagen Tarek to launch in North America as VW's smallest SUV

Do consumers really care that Volkswagen lied about the emissions of its diesel vehicles?

I wouldn't trust VAG further than I can throw them. I used to trust them. Up there with Volvo as a company that cared to do right by its customers. They threw (much further than I can throw them) that trust away. Not that I have ever purchased one of their cars, though I've got pretty close to doing so. But VWs have been the standard against which the car I eventually purchased got compared. I always assumed it was a high standard. Not any more. I've seriously considered Passats, Tiguans, various Audis and the occasional Skoda. In the end I didn't buy a VW because I didn't get enough for my money, VW relied to much on its reputation for dependability, solidity rather than suppling innovative stuff except in fuel economy and cleanliness. Or at least that's what I thought. Now I can't be sure they even offer that innovativeness. Meanwhile everyone else has become a lot more dependable. Which brings me to VWs competitors. I've been surprised that so few other car makers have had the same problem of cheating our trust. I can't help feeling they all came under some scrutiny from journalists eager to find more culprits. Which makes VAG look worse. They will have to do some real hard work to recover my trust. To my complete amazement. How can corporations of VWs reputed stature dare do this? Then again T-Mobile America dropped its customers (and potential customers) in the dooh dooh too, even though they knew that their credit checking company was crap. T-Mobile gave away your customers social security number!!!

Before Covid-19, I can absorb information easily, but after Covid I can't. How can I improve my mind?

Crystal meth.. smoke it don't bump EVER budget 50$ worth a week and if you got respiratory system issues then smoke pot on top of it, if heart issues occur then covid probably hit your heart or you never had taken a anything like Adderall or coke, I hate coke… junk, so is adderal.. but what do I know… I am a 23 year old who looks like a regular person that treated his ADHD, survived lyme disease with facial palsey and severe painful headaches of which I survived the crazy amount of time I did with it only because I smoked crystal and it made my brain sensors come back to life right? I studied a lot… I'm a 23 year old I had two jobs making 21.50 a hour and another job making 11.50… until covid it, I had problems, it hit me almost everywhere man… the mask won't save you DISTANCING AND DONT BE NEAR ANYONE FOR LONGER THAN 15 MINUTES, first the Republicans cried about the mask and NOW THEY WANT IT, the mask will cause extremely DEADLY issues in your body and will basically kill you.. after I got lyme disease and got treated I forget things within 10 seconds, where I put stuff, what I'm doing… I'm 23 and need help with a drug so.. America makes that issue difficult, forget a doctor I'll go to the hospital since insurance companies and doctors wanna make everything tough.. wasting air trying to talk to them.. I'm covered I'm gucci.. I became a ethical hacker when I starting smoking… hacked a volkswagen tiguan, made it like a smart car and made it way faster, no more kickback… IT JUST GO!!, turn em corners good to.. I hacked a iPhone and I'm about to be the first person in the world to hack and root a samsung note 10 plus.. Goodluck don't be a junky and don't do crap like heroin, needles, or painpills… just smoke a little crystal and smoke some pot dude… all I can offer, same crap as Adderall and Adderall affects are worst.. you get more anger out of that, I'm never angry.. I am stressed but hey… look at life after 2020 for us Americans.. a group of scientist and doctors are studying meth now far the sars-cov-2 virus.. don't know why or for what BUT I WANNA KNOW… and now that I'm off work smoking I got no breathing issues or heart issues.. HUH guess peach orange man was right about going back to work…. Hope ya know that's sarcasm.. anyways good luck in life, I'll pray for you

What is the "message" in the Volkswagen commercial with the song 'Ridin'?

First, it's Volkswagen. The "wagon" thing really sets current and former employees off and will make many of them immediately ignore anything you write afterwards :-) ... The creative concept here is actually has nothing to do with the song. It's a safety message that is being carried forward from the CP+B (aka Crispin) time on the account through the current Deutsch LA treatment. Many of the folks working on the account at Deutsch have had previous experience with the brand, and most certainly some of the same people are still at corporate. Thus, the safety message still resonates and is an essential part of the overall "Das Auto" theme--the global positioning of the brand, if you will. The Chamillionaire song "Riddin' Dirty", I suspect, was added for color only. It's a bit of play on the absurd. This middle-America soccer mom type would never be caught dead in a tuned out Japanese import. But, she would rather subject herself to humiliation than to have her daughter ride around in a vehicle she considers unsafe. Thus, her daughter's boyfriend gets the family Tiguan for dates whilst she will lower her standards (and, indeed, subject herself to potential harm) by driving his car for errands. The association you are supposed to see is safety. It really has nothing to do with the song at all.

Are Americans still interested in Tesla?

Yes. In the US tesla model 3 sales are up 90% in Q3 2020 (most recent quarter) vs. Q3 2019. Model S sales up 140%, Model X sales up 65.1% and model Y being newly introduced strongly as production ramps up. Overall in Q3 2019 Tesla delivered 54,700 new vehicles in the US. In Q3 2020 that number was 139,300. If you are curious, at the start of this year, Tesla was ahead of Volvo and Jaguar/Land Rover in US sales for the big 15 brands. Since then they have passed BMW, Mazda and Mercedes (Daimler), by large amounts and looking like they may also pass VW and Subaru in the US in Q4. Considering their lineup size (2 low sales high dollar vehicles, 2 mass market ones), that is impressive. VW and Subaru have 8 models each (not including the STI/GTI/GLI versions), BMW had something like 13 models in the US to pick from (excluding M series). Here’s the US deliveries for vehicles in the 3rd quarter of 2020. The usual top 3 ( big 3 pickups) and then the rav4, the best selling SUV for a while now (3 years running). Then with the 5th overall spot, the #1 selling passenger car in the United States last quarter was not the Camry, Civic, Accord, Corolla, etc… but the Tesla Model 3. A little further down the list you have the Model Y which was just beginning mass production in that quarter Based on those model Y US delivery results from TorqueNews… Audi: Tesla's Model Y doesn't just outsell the Q5, it outsells the entire Audi crossover line combined. Acura: Tesla's Model Y outsells the RDX and MDX combined. BMW: Tesla's Model Y outsells the X3, X5, and X7 combined. Buick: The Model Y outsells every Buick crossover individually. Cadillac: The Tesla Model Y outsells all of Cadillac. Chevrolet: The Model Y outsells the Blazer, Traverse, Trax, Trailblazer and Suburban (individually). Ford: The Model Y outsells the Edge. GMC: The Model Y outsells the GMC Terrain and Acadia. Hyundai: The Model Y outsells the Hyundai Tucson, Santa Fe, Kona, and Palisade (individually). Infiniti: The Model Y outsells all of Infiniti in America. Jaguar: The Model Y outsells all of Jaguar in America. Jeep: The Model Y outsells the Jeep Cherokee, Renegade, and Jeep Compass (individually). Kia: The Model Y outsells the Kia Telluride, Sorento, and Sportage (individually). Land Rover/Range Rover - Tesla's Model Y outsells all of Land Rover in America. Lexus: The Tesla Model Y outsells the Lexus UX, NX, and RX lines individually. Lincoln: The Model Y outsells all of Lincoln. Mazda: The Model Y outsells the Mazda CX-9 and CX-30, and CX-3 combined. Mercedes Benz: Tesla's Model Y outsells every model at Mercedes individually. Mitsubishi: Tesla's Model Y outsells all of Mitsubishi. Nissan: Tesla's Model Y outsells the Murano and Pathfinder individually. Porsche: Tesla's Model Y outsells all of Porsche. Volkswagen: The Model Y outsells the Atlas and Tiguan individually. Volvo: Tesla's Model Y outsells all of Volvo. The model S and X sales have dropped from a few years ago which makes sense. They have been around a while with just small model updates and in that high dollar luxury/premium sport class. But even those are up this year over last and class leading, for example large car luxury/premium US sales:

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.

Just how old was your previous car to require 3,000 mile oil changes? I can remember 6,000 mile oil changes, but that was over 20 years ago. My 10 year old car has 12,000 mile oil change intervals. I know that some people have an obsession with changing oil every 3,000 miles (it seems to be a big thing in America), but I’ve driven cars to 150,000 miles using standard intervals and the engine has been fine throughout. I got rid of the cars for other reasons.

Why is Audi even considered as a high line vehicle, isn't it just an expensive Volkswagen?

This is an absurd question, but I’ll answer it in several manors in an attempt to show how little some people understand car manufacturing. As another person has noted, VW is not the only car company to have multiple brands under one roof. Here in America GM has Cadillac, Dodge has Chrysler, Ford has Lincoln. Yes each of their luxury cars share parts to a greater or lessor degree with other brands at the same company. Sometimes this is executed in truly innovative and awe inspiring manor like the Cadillac CTS-V which shares it’s engine with the Chevrolet Corvette Z06, other times the quality of this leaves something to be desired as is the case with the Lincoln MKZ which shares an engine with the Ford Fussion. My own particular bias is I prefer performance cars so you can see why I might prefer the CTS-V. As you have noted Volkswagen owns Audi. It should be noted that they also own Skoda, Bentley, Lamborghini, Bugatti and Porsche among others. These are brands both above and below the Volkswagen brand. Let’s evaluate a car which shares similar foundation across multiple brands within the Volkswagen Group (VAG). The Volkswagen Tiguan uses the same foundation as an Audi Q5 which is also related to the Lamborghini Urus. When you look at the spec sheets of these different cars and see the different engines available and different interiors in addition to different market positioning it’s truly quite impressive how different each of them are. In all honesty, this is part sharing at it’s best: each model emphasizes on different elements to serve different people. If you need the cheapest most functional car you get the Volkswagen Tiguan with a 2.0 T engine, if you want something with a better interior and more power you get the Audi Q5 which as far as interior is concerned Audi makes some of the best interior’s in the industry for the price range. For the super-car beating performance you can get the Lamborghini Urus which will out-accelerate some super-cars courtesy of it’s 4.0 twin turbo V8 which is shared with many Audi vehicles, but in lower trim levels. The Urus possesses the highest trim level of their 4.0 twin turbo V8, as it rightfully should given the price. When you evaluate these cars you will see that their multimedia entertainment systems are very similar across the lineup. Truth be told, a good multimedia radio/car audio system SHOULD be shared across multiple brands. A lot of what will determine the quality of the stereo system will be the level of the speakers and amplifiers in the cars. Each of these brands will be appropriately fitted for their level with these parts. In order to cost-effectively run a car company you have to share parts between many cars that a company produces. The trim pieces are still often times unique so you’ll have softer leather covered trim in higher end cars, and harder cheaper plastique in lower end cars. If you evaluate the suspension systems more alloys and lighter weight parts are used in higher end Volkswagan Group cars and lower end models will be cheaper and heavier. There have been car companies which have made the mistake of not sharing enough parts between cars. Porsche back in the 1980’s produced 4 different types of cars and parts where shared between none of the cars. They hired Toyota to help them fix the problem who advised them to simplify their line-up by part sharing to a greater degree. The result of this was they started to produce the Porsche Boxer in the 1990’s which shared a front-end with the Porsche 911. One case where consumers can win to an amazing degree in my opinion is cases of sharing higher-level car architecture/parts with lower-level brands. The Audi R8 shares to a huge degree with the Lamborghini Huracan which enables consumers to get a tremendous value in the Audi R8 relative to the performance that the car is capable of. The interesting thing to note is that from a market perspective consumers have generally preferred the Lamborghini Huracan because consumers are very badge sensitive in the $200k and above car range. It should also be noted that Ferrari was until very recently part of the Fiat group. The Fiat group is also part of Dodge/Chrysler. There are very few “pure” car companies which only produce very high performance or luxury cars in the market place. Pagani springs to mind as one of the most blue-blooded car companies on the planet. To be honest this makes the repair and maintenance cost out-of-this world so personally I would prefer to own a car which does some parts sharing and is cheaper to maintain. One relatively unique car in the Volkswagen Auto Group’s line-up is the Bugatti Veyron and Chiron which has never turned a profit for the company and does not really share much of anything with other cars in the company.

What brand of pickup truck should I avoid?

I can’t speak about North America, but I can speak for Belgium, Europe, where the pick ups are 3/4th the size of American pick ups. Nissan, Toyota and Mitsubishi have the best rep. I own a Nissan Navara D23 which I bought recently, I love it, great value for money! But the following are the brands I personally avoid: Ford Ranger, bad reliability bad dealer, bad service, bad reputation and bad quality. It’s a terrible shame, because Ford should be the best when it comes to pick ups, they’ve been in the business for a VERY long time. The Ford Ranger is RARELY used for serious duty, they’re often driven by families going for an outing. Isuzu D-Max, I fail to see ANY character in the Isuzu D-Max’s design. Very drab interior, and generic overall design. By all means it is VERY reliable and cheap to afford, many owners I know praise them for serious duty. But value for money… well nope. Work only, no play. That’s how Isuzu does it. Volkswagen Amarok, well is it really a pick up? It looks bland, and the interior looks like a modified Tiguan. Very expensive, price also skyrockets when options are added. Looks fragile for any form of work. One dent and you’re looking at a big repair bill.

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