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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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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!
This is in addition to previous answers. I'd also add the Toyota RAV4. A base RAV4 GX Manual can be had for 30,000 driveaway right now but you should be able to get one at that price normally. The CVT is an extra 2000 so that may make it out of contention. -New or near new Kia Sportage, if you can stretch a grand or two. Driveaway on a new Sportage SL Automatic is about 33k or so. The CR-V is also a worthy contender. The CR-V VTi (FWD, base) can be had for 28k, if you don't mind a 6-Spd manual. The same model w/ CVT is about 31k. The AWD VTi (2.4+5-Spd Automatic) is about 34k or so. The Volkswagen Tiguan. The back is reasonably spacious and it will fit a bike (with the back seat down). Also a relatively dog-friendly car (according to my neighbour who has one and also owns a dog). There are also many dog-related accessories for it, and I know there is an optional dog-barrier that VW offers (no idea if available here however). A base 118TSI (1.4L) Manual is only 27,990 and the DSG costs 29,990 so it would fit your budget. Mitsubishi ASX: The ASX is not a bad contender either but it is a little older, but a base FWD LS Auto is only 25,000 (at the moment) which would suit this budget. The Subaru Forester: I'm surprised no one has mentioned this one at all. A new base 2.0 i-L Manual is about 34k driveaway so you'll probably have to go for a near new one (or a leftover, you could get a good deal on one of those). But I many see many dog owners with one so it seems like a good (if slightly pricey) choice. I'm going to go very left of field here and suggest the Renault Koleos (base model for 30k) and the Ssangyong Korando. The previous suggestions are also good as well. Hope this helps!
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.
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. The manufacturer may suggest 10k miles between oil changes but that’s way too much. Here’s the Issue, ALL EUROPEAN cars (this VW, Porsche, BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz), the first oil that’s put into it are, ALL SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL,. That’s all the Europeans use and that they recommend is Synthetic motor oil. IF you lift the hood of a Mercedes-Benz and Porsche there is even a sticker on the front grill frame that recommends a brand Mobil 1 Synthetic by Mobil oil company. That said, ,I change my oil every 5 k miles, ,why? because it’s just enough for ,Synthetic., ,3,000 is too little. 5k is just right, 10k ,is too much (meaning too far in between oil changes). I use the cheapest Synthetic Motor Oil I can find, which a no-name-generic brand that Walmart carries in a 5 quart jug for about $18. I’m told of all the Synthetics Pennzoil is the best because it is PURE and REAL Synthetic. Pennzoil sued and lost the case. But Pennzoil claims their oil is the only synthetic because it’s made from natural gas and not further refined Crude oil or Petroleum-based oil. You can always change the MOTOR OIL MORE OFTEN. But don’t let it go further then the recommended change. But here’s what you need to know, no matter how good they filter the oil. Each combustion in the cylinder creates “CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON DEPOSITS”. Your motor oil in your engine is in a closed loop. Nothing from the OUTSIDE can get in., Except those Carbon deposits from each and every combustion. They get in the motor oil through the rings and cylinder walls and the valve guides and valve seals. So NEW MOTOR OIL will look like or have a Golden hue to it when your check your dipstick. It’s just a tad tan or darker than kitchen oil / cooking oil like Canola Corn oil. As the motor oil ages; it will collect carbon exhaust and slowly turn darker-and-darker and more brown. FRESH SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL SHOULD LOOK LIKE THIS: So check your motor oil at 5k, and you will see it’s no longer a golden hue color on the oil dipstick. Time to change the oil. Don’t wait for the 10k miles. Now, a word to the wise. Whether you change the oil yourself or go to those Jiffy Lube places. Save the receipts file them in a large manila envelope. You don’t have to take the car to the dealer for these oil changes. I’m busy so to save money and time, what I do is buy the Oil filter and the Synthetic Motor oil and then I go to my LOCAL JIFFY LUBE. And they will change my oil for $20., Quick in and out in less than 1 minutes. It’s worth it. I pay them cash and I’m on my way. I save the Oil receipt that I bought from Walmart as proof. The reason your keep the receipts is there was a lawsuit once where the dealer failed to honor the warranty because they said the guy never changed the oil. He showed them his receipts but the dealer didn’t believe him. Well he sued the dealer and the courts believed him. And he Won the lawsuit. I use to always change my own MOTOR OIL with ALWAYS USING SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL. ============================================================ Here is a similar question I’ve answered on the number of cars I’ve owned that had high mileage and how long they lasted me. Stanley Hutchinson's answer to Have you driven a reliable car past 175,000 miles? Was it worth it? What kind of car? Yes, I’ve owned 4 cars that have gone way over 175k miles. 1986 Volvo 740 Turbo Intercooled 4-door sedan, ,(320k miles), at the time I sold it. (Trans rebuilt once; head gasket once; turbo rebuilt 2 times; original engine the whole time) 1996 Ford Ranger Extra-cab 4.0L V6. I sold it with 450k miles on it., And I still see the guy driving it around town. (Trans rebuilt once; and one catalytic converter replaced once; original engine) 1991 Mercedes-Benz 300D 2.5L 5 Cylinder turbo diesel; it had 350k miles on it, (trans rebuilt twice; cylinder head rebuilt and new rings) (when my elderly dad wrecked it in the rain, he’s okay but the car was totaled) 1999 Mercedes-Benz 300E Straight 6 Cylinder turbo diesel; 260k miles (,transmission rebuilt once) 1987 Mercedes-Benz 190D 2.5L 5 Cylinder turbo diesel 250k miles ,original engine; trans rebuilt once. 2002 Toyota Highlander SUV 2.4L 4 cylinder; still going strong, still driving it with 150k miles., Original engine and transmission. Was it worth it? DEFINITELY, MOST DEFINITELY, you don’t know what a relief it is when that last car payment is over. Now you only have to pay car insurance, Registration once a year, and preventative maintenance: Like oil changes, new tires, batteries, brakes mostly, radiator fluid, Transmission fluid. on ALL my cars I did all the following: Synthetic Motor Oil - every 5k miles Synthetic Transmission Oil - once a year Synthetic Gear Oil - once every 2 years Synthetic Power Steering fluid - once a years Synthetic DOT Brake fluid - flushed each year Radiator fluid - power flushed every year. And if it was gas powered? Petro for you Europeans? I always ran High Octane. Diesel is diesel. ,And contrary to what anybody tells you? Pink diesel is the same as ,diesel #2. ,It’s just ,no. 2 is taxed heavier, for cars and passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles. While Pink diesel, ,was designed to farm equipment, off-road, generators, boats, airplanes and it’s not taxed as heavily,. it was to, give farmers a break on diesel prices, to run their tractors and farm equipment so they ,added a pink/red dye ,to tell which one diesel it is. And you can get fined heavily to try to cheat in the U.S.. **if you like this answer or find it helpful please give me an upvote below - Thanks**
Yes , indeed they are overpriced and the only advantage about Toyota is that they are less expensive compared to its peers . Infact all the cars in Indian market are extremely overpriced compared to other counties especially USA . Let me brief you on this Toyota, cars price starts at Rs. 5.49 lakh for the cheapest car Etios Liva and goes up to Rs. 1.41 crore for the top model ,Toyota, Land Cruiser. ,Toyota, offers 11 new car models in ,India,. Fortuner (Rs. 27.27 lakh), Innova Crysta (Rs. 14.65 lakh) and Platinum Etios (Rs. 6.80 lakh) are among the popular cars from ,Toyota,. I’ll tell you why When Manmohan Singh (then Finance minister) opened the “Floodgates” to the International market in 1991, he promised a free and fair market in the Indian sub-continent. We did carry forward some protection schemes for the smaller indian companies to protect them. Skip forward to present day almost 26 years down the line. Why are we still taxing imports at 129% of the value and why is the Indian Customer paying a severe premium for their car? Now the Volkswagen Jetta is assembled in India which makes you wonder why, it's being sold in the US, with additional kit, at almost 3 lakhs cheaper than its Indian counterpart. A large percentage of that might be due to local manufacturers being unable to supply quality parts which means that VW will have to look else where. Now this one is really interesting considering the BMW X1 is in fact manufactured in India, with a significant percentage of localisation. This begs the question as to how one can conceivably justify a 10 lakh premium, over its North American Counterparts. Another CKD which is assembled in India by Toyota Kirloskar, is the Corolla Altis and while it costs only 11.9 lakh in the US market, we pay a premium of 6 lakhs bringing the total upto 17.17. All prices here are ex-showroom which means that we will be paying a further rate of taxes before the Corolla can hit the road. The S-Class is assembled in India, but still is almost twice the price as the US version which retails at a marginal 62.17 lakh in the US, but is sold in India at almost 1.19 crore!! Now the Santa Fe in it’s newest iteration makes it to India as a CKD and is assembled by Hyundai in Chennai. Which really begs the question as to what justifies the 10 lakh premium. What exactly are we paying extra for ? The newly launched Tiguan as well takes a beating on this pricing scheme, which for the life of me I can’t understand.While the US market pays a cool 16.31 lakh for their Tiguan, we pay almost 29 lakh for ours. I hope this answers your question from an Indian market perspective. I had already answered this question wrt taxes on imported cars and the taxes we pay car in the answer below . Vinod Kolli's answer to Why Cars in India are so expensive?
There is no question the Porsche Macan, of any trim level, is a sharp-looking mini-SUV. The Macans are known for amazing handling, better than average braking and those fetching looks. But for a teenager, unless they are working full-time at a hedge fund, the $400 oil changes (8.5 quarts of the good stuff), $1,500 for a set of tires, rim repair (low profile tires and little parallel parking experience, do the math), insurance and more very quickly add up to a few thousand dollars a year - and that’s if everything works perfectly AND they don’t end up hooning the car. Most teenagers, or their friends, will end up hooning the car at some point. So maybe the Macan isn’t the best option. But it’s built on the same basic platform as Volkswagen group family member the Audi Q5, maybe that’s a better choice? The Q5 has a little more interior and trunk space (no steeply sloping rear roofline and cut-off hatch) that makes it look a bit more frumpy. Engines are generally less powerful than those of the Macan, but make no mistake this is still a very expensive German mini-SUV for any teenager to own and operate and it probably still has too much power and repair/maintenance expenses will require serving many, many, many extra-hot nonfat soy lattes and dry almond milk cappuccinos. More than you think. And then triple it. And double it again. But if you’re dead-set (and you really shouldn’t be) on giving your teen a newish German mini-SUV when they get their driver’s license you can keep working the Volkswagen group family tree where you’ll find this… That’s the VW Tiguan. Now I’d never buy one, but this isn’t about me. Again, same basic chassis/space/shape as the Macan but at the bottom end of the brand hierarchy with even softer engine and transmission options and - hopefully for your sake - a warranty and a lower insurance rating/annual premium. No, it won’t be nearly as much fun to drive as the Macan but your teenager should have plenty of time to buy a fun car - with their own resources - in the years ahead. And they are more likely to get to those years ahead by not starting out with a Porsche.
For cars without maintenance reminders, what is the recommended oil change interval for conventional oil? Old school wisdom is every 3000 miles but oils and filters have improved over the years. “Conventional Motor Oil has HIGH SULFUR content.” it’s good for about 2,000 miles. Look at the oil on the dipstick every 1,000 miles. Once it starts to turn dark that’s the carbon buildup. Change it. You should use FULL SYNTHETIC. If you can’t afford a few extra bucks for Synthetic, you should not be driving. An Engine costs $3000 to $5000 to $10,000 for the high end luxury makes. If you can’t afford a few bucks to save you that cost. Don’t drive. Walk or take the bus or ride your bicycle. I’m serious. He’s a similar article I wrote about. Stanley Hutchinson's answer to 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. ** if you like this answer or find it helpful please give me an upvote below - Thanks **
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
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