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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.
Question: When did you realise that you were in over your head on a car? Answer: When I bought the Volvo XC90 Inscription 2016. I was in need of a bigger luxury car and since I don’t like to buy them brand new I decided to look in for some. A 6–8 seater was a must so I really didn’t have plenty of options. After months of research I narrowed it down to the earlier versions of Volvo XC90. 2010–2014 models. My priorities were safety, mileage and maintenance. I was after a particular engine too on this 👆🏼 one, 5 cylinders & 2.4 litres. I knew they were going to be affordable and would be easy to maintain. So, I started looking for cars with low miles on them and then approaching their owners. We finally found one and went to the garage to see it. It had some work to be done especially the leather seats as they were a bit worn out. So the salesman told us that it should be ready in a week or so. He did show us another option a Land Rover Discovery 4 with low miles but it had 6 cylinders and 3 litres engine on it. But, now they were going to be a bit expensive and we definitely would have to stretch our budget. So, I thought why not check some new cars. We then checked a Hyundai Santa Fe and it was fabulous to be driven in. Great shockers and plenty of room for everyone. Again plenty of room with 7 seats. Another option was the new Peugeot 5008 and I really liked it. It was a bit tight and not much spacious. It looked great inside and out and had digital odometers and display panel too. That’s when I realised how far the dashboard of these new cars have come. Then, we were in for a Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace but then they told me that it wasn’t available and we would have to wait for a month. Until now, I was hovering around $40,000 AUD to buy a ‘Brand new’ 7 seater SUV. Until I saw these two 👇🏼😍 at a dealership, which specialised only in 2nd hand Volvos. A Volvo XC90 T6 momentum And a Volvo XC90 D5 inscription. Until now, I had driven cars with only petrol engines on them. So I was a bit doubtful about the D5 Inscription as it had a Diesel engine. After hearing the prices on them I was a bit perplexed🤔 that too when they were almost double the price of the brand new cars I could get into. And these were 2nd hand just 2 & half years old with almost 50,000 Kms on them. I really did like the inscription for its grille and wheels, it was just white and silver everywhere. I wasn’t sure that I would be able to afford it. They had plenty of space and extras. I really did like the front panel which had minimalistic buttons on it and almost everything was just being controlled by a small iPad like screen. So, either I had to go for one of the above two or go for a new Volvo XC90 Inscription which would have cost me 3 times my initial budget. Finally we took a small test drive and found it to be very comfortable and spacious. The turbo Diesel engine was pretty quick and didn’t have much noise too. We finally agreed that inscription was the final choice. I knew I was ‘over my head’ on this car but I couldn’t think of anything else. More to say I was “Head over heels” in love with this car. I did all the paperwork and just sat down wishing I could bring it home soon. And finally when I got the call I was really happy. So finally, we settled the amount and bought it and till date I haven’t regretted my decision. It has done wonders for me. I drive it everywhere to work and even around the city with kids and on some trips around the state. It has been to Mountains, freeways, dirt roads, beaches and almost everywhere and has never disappointed me in the past few years. I knew I was paying a hefty amount just to buy one piece of luxury but finally, it did prove that it was worth it. So far so good 🤟🏼. 😊 EDIT- ‘Sometimes you just got to listen to both your brain and heart at the same time 😅’ Council Post: Change Leadership: Why Your Head, Heart And Gut Are Critical To Listen To
The Volkswagen Tiguan, is a good choice, in my opinion. One of it highlights is the indoor space and carrying capacity. This SUV is available in three different versions and in the largest of them it is possible to transport up to 7 people. In smaller versions the transport capacity is 5 people. In all versions, occupants travel safely and comfortably. Also, all the rear seats and the passenger seat are fully foldable which makes the Tiguan's carrying capacity even bigger. Many drivers will also like its ,fuel economy,. The fuel consumption of the Tiguan is a good thing if we take into account its size, weight and load capacity. The SUV has fuel consumption rates very similar to its competitors and in some cases has ,even better figures,. In other words, it's everything that many people want, that is, good value, lots of space, comfort and great fuel consumption.
Taos is smaller and more compact. The tiguan has a bigger engine. And that's basically it. They're both almost the same platform. Probably the same level of unreliability as well.
We own both an older 2017 Tiguan and a 2019 Tiguan in the new design. I can say that that I really like a lot about the new design, but it is a very different experience. The older generation is “classic” VW in every aspect. The interior is impeccable, with top-quality materials throughout and attention to detail. Steering is heavy like a good German car, but not quite a nimble as the smaller VWs (like the Golf or older VWs). Every aspect of the build feels rock solid. The 2.0 Turbo is the same engine used in the GTI. You’ll get good acceleration, but not that jackrabbit quickness the GTI or older GLIs have. It’s also relatively small… think slightly larger than the Gold, but still a cabin made for 4 adults. The new Tiguan represents the way VW is going across the lineup. We Americans seems to like bigger cars, and you get that in the new Tiguan. It will seat 5 adults comfortably in the cabin, and has a much broader and deeper trunk space. The design language on the interior is more angular and, while finished with excellent details, uses slightly cheaper materials. The plastics are a bit cheaper once you get below waist level, for example. The interior space is much better designed for storage. There are tons of pockets and spaces for little doodads. The rear trunk area, for example, has deep wells on either side that are great for stashing milk jugs so they don’t roll around the back. The rear cover can be removed and has a special slot you can stash it in if you don’t use it. There’s a lot of good design thinking there. The steering and handling is great, but much lighter than the older model. It feels good, but it doesn’t have that German heavy feel that you find in the older model. Handling in maneuvers and tight corners is excellent. The engine feels very good, too. It’s not the 2.0 turbo, but it is a turbo model that runs on regular gas. Gas mileage is much improved. While it doesn’t have the punch that the older model had, it doesn’t struggle to get up to highway speeds. Lots of good tech to be had as well. The media unit is one of the best I’ve played with in terms of responsiveness for things like maps, apple car play, etc. We also have the one with the digital dashboard, which is pretty good for a non-luxury car. Most of the features are just cute toys, but the integrated navigation helps keep your eyes on the road. Overall, I really like it. I agree with many reviews I have seen that it beats out the competition like Honda and Toyota for a complete package in a small SUV. It’s just different from you usually expect from German cars. I hope this helps!
We did a lot of new car shopping before deciding on our 2019 vehicle. Five suv's survived the cut: ford escape, toyota rav4, subaru forester, vw tiguan, and the honda crv. In the end our top 3 were the toyota, the vw, and the honda. We drove the honda crv over to the vw dealership, with the dealers permission, to do a very intensive side by side comparison. The two best features of the tiguan were price and warranty, I believe the tiguan would end up costing 3k less than the crv, and the vw also offered a 6 year warranty. There is a reason for this. In every other way, the honda was more impressive than the vw. First, nothing broke on the honda while we were operating every knob, lever, and button opening/closing and powering up all systems . The vw did not fair as well. Second, the info system on the honda makes sense. It will tell you what you need to know. The vw's system looks pretty, but i dare anyone to make sense out of the fuel mileage indicator. The interior room offered by the crv is also bigger than the vw, and the rear seats fold flat, unlike the vw, with a simple pull of a lever just inside the hatchback. The vw does however offer third row seating for smaller folks, however i believe this compromises the addition of a spare tire. The ride is perhaps the biggest difference when comparing these two vehicles. The vw vibrated, was noisy, and the automatic shifted like all automatics shift- smooth at times, with a bit of bucking bronco here and there. The crv was wonderful in every way. In the end we bought the honda and have been driving it for half a year. Some things the honda offers that i have come to appreciate: upto 29 mpg city and 36 mpg highway. The safety features that work, lane keeping assist Is impressive and a big thumbs up to the adoptive cruise control. Cvt transmission- smooth! Capless fuel fill, all cars should have this. Easy to locate center cup holders so there is no need to take eyes off the road when putting drink down. For us the clear winner was the honda. We purchased the mid level front wheel drive and are very pleased.
I feel it’s not a fair comparison as Tiguan belongs to a different segment altogether. However, for the sake of comparison let me try :). By the way I own a VW Tiguan and my Brother in Law owns a Kia Seltos. if you are looking for a VFM car then don’t bother to read more. Just go ahead and buy the Kia Seltos. Tiguan in a best case scenarios- cheapest Tiguan (with all the discounts last year) costs around 8 Lakhs more than the costliest Seltos. There you have it. However, if you are not bothered about the price just want to know which car is better then I feel Tiguan is a better engineered, with better quality of interiors, better engine gear box combo and a more solid car. It has AWD and a whole lot of safety kit which I guess makes a difference on the overall ownership and driving experience. Kia Seltos is a very impressive car and I don’t see any negatives per se. It’s just that the Tiguan is at a different level. To summarise, if you want to make better use of your money Seltos won’t disappoint you. If you want a better car and don’t bother about paying huge money then Tiguan is a better car overall. Tiguan is in the price vicinity of bigger and real SUVs and the entry level luxury SUVs which makes it a real confusing buy as a little more can either get you a bigger car or a more luxurious one. For me Tiguan makes sense as it has all the luxury I need and the size seems perfect for my needs.
It depends. If you spec a high end 4WD Tiguan, compare it to: BMW X1/X3 Audi Q3/Q5 Mercedes GLC Volvo XC60 Land Rover Discovery Range Rover Evoque Ford Edge Jeep Cherokee Renault Koleos If you spec a 2WD, 1.4ltr engine Tiguan: Seat Ateca Skoda Karoq / Kodiak Honda CR-V Mazda CX3/CX5 Hyundai Tucson Ford Kuga Kia Sportage Nissan Qashqai Toyota RAV4 Mitsubishi Outlander Renault Kadjar … There are so many mid sized SUV’s in this segment, it is incredible. I chose to buy a 4WD, 2.0ltr Tiguan because of it’s towing capacity. It is allowed to tow a 2500kg trailer. Of the cars in the list above, only the Audi Q5, Discovery and Cherokee can equal or surpass that. However, they then bigger engines and are much more expensive. The SUV’s on the second list do not have towing capacity that gets close to 2000kg. The Tiguan was also brand a brand new model, offering all the latest in high tech driving aids (including a full digital dashboard) and a very premium interior compared to most other SUV’s. So, it is dependant upon your budget, your key buying criteria, and, personal taste what will suit you.
Jeep Compass and Hyundai Tucson are premium compact/5 seater SUV where The Jeep Compass looks a big more of a SUV and the Tucson a Crossover (Which it is) Price wise, it makes Sense to go for the Jeep Compass as the Hyundai Tucson is pricy and it misses out on few features which the All new Verna gets so better take note of that. Other SUVs in this segment might also be the Mahindra XUV500 (Price wise) but its bigger and is a 7 seater. Volkswagen Tiguan is also a 5 seater SUV but is priced close to the Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavor. But, another important criteria is the after sales service network, where Hyundai clearly has a advantage over Jeep as of now. So get your requirements and selection criterias ready. Go for a Test Drive, finalise your budget and take the call. Happy Car Buying
Jeep Compass belong to a segment lower than Volkswagen Tiguan. Tiguan is a bigger and more spacious car. It has more features and can rival any other badge cars like Audi Q3, BMW X1, and Mercedes GLA in terms of build quality and premium interiors and exterior. Tiguan costs more than Compass. When you compare the top end variants of both Tiguan costs 10 Lac + more than the compass. However, with the discounts you can get with VW and if you don’t need a sun roof and key less entry and push start button then you can choose the comfortline variant. The costs then would be around 3–4 Lacs more than the Compass (with discounts) and you will get a bigger car with an awesome automatic gearbox and a more premium offering all round. I own a Tiguan Comfortline. I did look at the compass and was in fact about to buy it. Then I test drove the Tiguan and found the difference and was ready to pay the premium I did to buy the Tiguan over the Compass.
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