Volkswagen appears to be doubling-up its SUV strategy in America by releasing a couple of teaser images
Make no mistake, the Volkswagen Tiguan is an excellent SUV.
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia has just launched the new 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace.
Like the recent surge in Malaysias Covid-19 cases, the headlining numbers the 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan
As it stands, the Tiguan has to compete against the likes of the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and of course
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) celebrates the Tiguan for being the best seller, breaking six-million
This week, we shall put the 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Highline 1.4 TSI through the scrutiny of
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia is set to introduce three new models this week - namely the 2020 Volkswagen
3/4 view of the facelifted Volkswagen Tiguan, shot by CocheSpias.Volkswagen Tiguan was launched here
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
VPCM will be providing 120 units of Volkswagen Tiguan Highline, which will be used throughout the race
of the Passat and Tiguan models.
Yesterday, we are pretty much inundated with a trio of Volkswagen launches but while the Arteon and Passat
Earlier today, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) launched its first-ever VW Tiguan Allspace,
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) has updated the 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Highline 1.4
The production of Volkswagen Tiguan just broke six million mark globally, making it as the best-selling
2020 Volkswagen Tiguan AllspaceTwo weeks ago, we were invited to sample the 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace
Volkswagen Malaysia was on a roll earlier this year with the simultaneous introduction of several new
Volkswagen has just launched the new 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace in Malaysia.
take a look at the resale value of three popular SUV models – Honda CR-V, Nissan X-Trail, and Volkswagen
Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) just took the covers off the VW Tiguan Allspace – a 7
model – the Volkswagen Tiguan.
That is the date given by Volkswagen for the global unveiling of its new 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace
(2017 Volkswagen Tiguan Price and Specs | Gallery)Volkswagen TiguanThe Volkswagen Tiguan is a crossover
Volkswagens quadrangular appearance has been the traditional traits for Tiguan, that has been the case
The current Volkswagen Tiguan has been on sale here since 2017, and it desperately needs a facelift,
No wonder it was a dominant force to be reckoned with.(2017 Volkswagen Tiguan Gallery | Specifications
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Brilliant review by @autocarindiamag but the only thing we’d want to correct is, average displayed in the car, 6.1 litres per 100 kilometres which equates to 16.4 kpl. Volkswagen Tiguan AllSpace Review | First Drive | Autocar India via @YouTube
Gavin Reed is comparable to a Volkswagen Tiguan: odd-looking, gas-guzzling, average-priced hunk of metal in my personal onion. (No hate. I love Gavin, but seriously..)
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Exhibit 2. Average 'curb weight' (empty car) of SUVs sold now. My best estimate: around 1,600 kg (Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Volkswagen Tiguan). There are of course much heavier ones.
2017 Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0t Wolfsburg Edition - $17,728.00 Recent Arrival! CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Certified. Odometer is 14749 miles below market average! 150-MULTI POINT INSPECTION BY A FACTORY TRAINED TECHNICIAN, VW CERTIFIED, *FREE OIL CHANGE…
2017 Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0t Sport 4motion - $20,999.00 Odometer is 5395 miles below market average! ***LEATHER***, ***VOLKSWAGEN CERTIFIED***, ***CPO***, ***NAV,NAVI,GPS***, ***APPLE CAR PLAY,ANDROID AUTO***, ***MOONROOF,SUNROOF,PANO,PANORAMIC***, ***LOW…
Volkswagen Tiguan average Full Service cost in February 2020 was £156.86 #WhoCanFixMyCar.com #Volkswagen #Tiguan
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.
I do not own the latest model (2018 redesign) but believe that under the skin there are not so many changes. I have the Tiguan 2.0ltr petrol engine (184 hp/140 kw) with 4Motion and 7 speed DSG, and one of the earliest series. With most optional extra’s (leather interior, advanced navigation and audio, Apple Carplay, digital dashboard, adaptive cruise control, panorama roof, lane assist, light assist, blind spot monitor, rear traffic alert, head up display). I have owned it since September 2016. Below a picture of my car. I have driven 107.000 km’s since new. I regularly tow a double horse trailer, also in fields (around 2100–2200 kgs). I have been to Italy, Austria through the Alps in the winter with winter-tires about 6 times. Never needed snow-chains. I have an easy driving style. Both summer tires and winter tires have now done over 50.000km’s and not needed replacement. My fuel consumption on average over that total distance is 8,10 liters / 100km (12,34 km / litre). In mpg that is around 29 mpg. Occasionally I do give it the spurs. I have driven at speeds of over 200km/h although I feel happier cruising the German motorways at 150–160 km/h. I have had no extra repairs other than the long-life service performed at the 30.000km intervals. When the car was delivered I had some software issues with the advanced driving modes (adaptive cruise control, and the automated traffic sign recognition) and sensors but these were resolved within 6 months. I attribute that to having received one of the earliest cars in the new model series. Overall I am extremely happy. I came from a larger Touareg with a diesel engine. The Tiguan is very comfortable, quiet, much faster in acceleration, and versatile. I can fully recommend the car.
Oil change and cost to own is a huge factor in cost. Mercedes Benz also 10k. But do you feel oil does it’s best lubricating or removal of impurities? My take 3 to 4 thousand miles is ok. But in my mind sooner. Average ownership of new cars is 5 years. After that, who cares! Well maybe I care. I change oil like a religion.
Well, again, the simple Google search provides the answer...according to: https://www.consumerreports.org/car-reliability-owner-satisfaction/cars-lose-cr-recommendation-over-reliability-issues/ The Tiguan had below-average reliability. Members who own the Tiguan, which was redesigned for the 2018 model year, told us that they experienced problems with the body control modules (which are the computers that control power components such as windows, locks, etc.), remote engine starting capability, and the headlights. A VW spokesman told CR that they were aware of these problems and had fixed them. “They have all been addressed and should not be a concern for anyone shopping now,” he said. “The headlight issue was addressed almost immediately after launch, for instance.”
now this is looking into the huge 8 ball from mattell: The problem with this question, is there are things that are designed to wear at the same rate as anything else, however there is no predicting when a particular component will fail on your car. If you perform the suggested maintenance as recommended in the factory owners guide, it should be long lasting. at issue is a 2013 VW Tiguan, now being 2019 this would make it 6 years old and 72,000 miles older than when it was new. Certainly due would be the water pump,/timing belt, along with front suspension rubber components, perhaps exhaust issues would creep in, or Brakes would be due to be replaced. But those are maintenance items. Nothing new. Exceptions would be a power steering pump, or a steering gear. It depends mostly on how hvrd it gets driven, ,and, what type of driving it gets. the “rust belt” states are not kind to the frames of these vehicles. Here is screen grab of the real world fuel performance., It shows the current population of 99 vehicles compared to the 2012 model year where there were 20% more samples to compare. as the bottom graph shows, it all depends on how you drive the car. Some specimens show excellent fuel economy at 40 MPG, while others are at 15. (most fuel ups are around the 24 MPG mark. This is consistent with a vehicle then that has one or two engine variant., The 2011–2012–2013 is the 3rd year running for the revised face-lift model. The biggest split, is with whether you have a diesel variation, where the engine gets 30 MPG versus the gas version only gets 23 MPG! over the life of the car (15–20 years) this is a significant cost saving. here from the eia (us) is chart of price variations: With the us average being 3.25 per gallon (gulf states much less), this would add up over time $$$. compared to gasoline costs: us average 2.85. Lets assume you drive 12,000 miles a year. For this driver the 15 years of operation at 24 MPG results in fuel consumption of 500 gallons on average for a total of 7,500 gallons during that time. If it was fuelled by diesel at 33 MPG this would result in burning 5,400 gallons instead. at a pricing differential of 2.50 for RUG versus 3.00 for D2, this makes the “cost price” for D2 over 15 years at current prices 16,300, versus 18,750. In the USa it seems hardly worth it. $2,450 over 15 years buys a lot of fuel. However, in other countries where the cost of Diesel is approximately the cost of gasoline, then (such as Canada) then Diesel is far better of a choice.
I’ll stick with VW. I’ve owned several,and could always repair and maintain them myself. My ’88 VW Rabbit diesel lasted over 200,000 miles in Ontario. Got 65 mpg average on my trip to the Florida panhandle and back. I watched a road test of the Tiguan in mountains in snow, and across a frozen lake. Did great. Hyundai builds it’s vehicle here in Alabama, so it’s NOT a “Union Made” car. They work in teams, and anyone can stop the line if they see a problem. People I know that work there love it, say it’s the best job they’ve ever had. Most buy what they build.
Stylish, comfortable and more usable off-road than the average crossover, the Jeep Compass has plenty to offer. Should I buy a car? Previous Jeep Compass models were boxy, ugly and unattractive, but the new version that sits between the smaller Renegade and bigger Cherokee is altogether more stylish.This all-new Jeep Compass will be delivered to its first UK customers late in 2017, when it lands in an intensely fought sector of the market that now includes a broad spread of highly competent rivals such as the Peugeot 3008, SEAT Ateca, Skoda Kodiaq and Volkswagen Tiguan.
Are they both 2015 models with comparable overall condition, service records and km's? If so then just get the one you like best as far as looks, features and driving feel. Both should be very comparable when it comes to reliability, (as in both are average to below average) but in the U.S. there are far more Ford dealerships versus VW to help sort out any issues, not sure about the UAE.
Won’t be less than 25k, but it’s not super expensive. But I totally recommend the Volkswagen Tiguan. Has full time 4wd, can be optioned with a third row backseat, and is pretty comfortable. I had one as a loaner vehicle, highway MPG averaged about 28–30, while in the city I was pulling 22–24. I had one as a loaner for 3 weeks, I absolutely loved it. I think the base model stickers for 27,000, while the one I drove (not the base but not fully loaded, either) was 30,000. Not to mention the dealer discounts. And if you’re in Indianapolis, I highly recommend Falcone Volkswagen.
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