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model – the Volkswagen Tiguan.
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Tell your wife you're taking her stock Tiguan in for some wheel alignment then take it back to her looking like this. This Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line is sitting on 21" KV1S MB Design wheels and KV3 coilovers from KW Suspension. 📸VAG Cafe https://t.co/edTynSKSw3
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MG RX5 is based on the old MG GS SUV which is an old Ssangyong Korando clone..MG RX5 did use the same suspension and gearbox of the old Volkswagen Tiguan..
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The lubricant has been engineerd to the the application. It is specifically for this engine and its demands. Highly resistant degradation in the extreme. The oil filter is very efficient and has a large surface area. The oil pan holds a large amount of oil in relation to the cubic capacity of the engine so more oil to hold the contaminants in suspension. I personally maintain a lot of VAG products many of them are at very high milage, taxi drivers love them. Tdi is the best seller for the taxi boys. If the correct lubricant is used exclusively and a high quality filter your chances of having mechanical problems are remote in my experience. On the subject of the 3000 mile oil change intervals, who has been been fooling you with that old chestnut, it simply hasn't been true for literally decades. Multi grades have been around for something like 70 years now and have been capable of way more than a mere 3000 miles that is just a waste of resources and your money. Back in the 1980s I worked for a Vauxhall dealership, mostly Cavaliers, astras,and Carltons. Vauxhall is a subsidiary of GM, even then they specified 9000 miles service intervals for the petrol models and 4500 for the diesel engines using 15w40 mineral oil with no problems, no sludge, no varnish, and running with the totally junk GM varijet carburettor Nick Cart motor services UK.
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.
Since you haven't mention any specific varient, I am assuming the on road price range between INR 12Lakhs to 22 Lakhs. Within this price range let's first see which cars you will get other than Seltos — Tata Harrier ( not the top end versions) , Hyundai Creta, Jeep Compass (Lower varients), MG Hector, Mahindra XUV 500, Suzuki XL6 ( Top most varient comes within 13 Lakhs on Road). Tata Harrier — I felt driving dinamics are best in segment. It feels like you are riding on a tank on road. Now here are some concerns — handling in city roads is bit difficult task than other cars in the segment as it gets hidrolic steering instead of power motor steering. Since Lower varients are available at the price range you will not get all luxury features. So if you mainly drive on highroads, and speed and feel is your main concern this car will surely put a big smile on your face. Also, this car has got massive road presence. Hyundai Creta — This car is well balanced to ride on city and highroad. It's easy to drive, feels very premium inside, suspension is on softer side, feels very smooth to drive and over everything it's a well established product, service centres are available widely in India, resale value is good. Jeep Compass (facelift 2021)— drivability is very good, since you'll get lower varients at this price range all features are not available. It feels very smooth to drive, gets a brilliant road presence, however I personally feel the product is over priced. MG Hector— it's a new product, so I personally feel you should give it some time to get some real life feedback for long run. About the product— it feels very premium, feature loaded ,some features like voice assistance, assistant cameras etc. are best in the segment. But I feel it's definitely not a driver's car if I compare it with it's competitors. Suzuki XL6 — Top varient should be available at 13Lakhs on road, but it's definitely not better than Seltos what I believe. Mahindra XUV 500 — 4 WD SUV, performance is awesome, off-road and highway driving is stellar, however I have not got very positive feedbacks on after sales service. Now, answer to your question — if you're looking for a big car to drive on road , off road and dynamics is your main concern Harrier is best, and if you are planning specifically for 4WD then XUV 500. If you are only looking for looks, ness and smart features go for Hector, but this is new product, you should keep that in mind. Creta is very well balanced and is very similar to Seltos but, though sales has increased for both the products month on month Creta happens to be more reliable, practical, safe choice than Seltos. There are two more upcoming cars that can launch in this price range in 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan and Skoda Kushaq. But I will be able to give my feedback on those when these launch.
Although the Tiguan is an all-round a solid vehicle in my opinion, it is not without its weak points. One of these is, the suspension,. When riding with the specimen, it is possible to feel that the suspension is a little too stiff, which makes the driver and all occupants feel some of the bumps and vibrations when it goes through a pothole or faces uneven asphalt. Another thing some drivers may not like is its ,engine performance, with the 1.4 motor. Although the 1.4 TSI engine has gone through a series of adaptations to be one of the propellants of the Tiguan Allspace and for all its weight, this engine option proved to be a little slower than ideal. Changing gears is sometimes a little slow and not very functional, which can turn into risks when the vehicle is running on the road and needs a reduction to increase power for some overtaking. However, with the 2.0 engine, the Tiguan Allspace has a more satisfactory performance both at low and high revs. Get ,more info about it, here.
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.
I will stick to VW as an example but this applies to maybe any similar sized cars you will be better with a passat, golf or jetta, the engine is smaller so both the routine and preventive maintenance will be cheaper and easier, as well as any kind of repairs needed. You will also have more fun driving a golf or jetta as they have a sportier driving specially the golf. The Passat will be more of a kinda luxury vehicle with a comfy ride. the three of them in will have the same engines on recent models. but if anyway you want an SUV i would better go with a Tiguan its same engine and tranny as the other three but with a higher suspension and ride quality may be similar as the passat due to the higher size tires i'm talking this due to my own experience having a big engine car as my first car which was a little expensive to repair as it was pretty unreliable just as a last opinion you could get any of the options in a more recent model than the touareg as its a luxury suv being mostly a cayenne rebranded. Sorry for the bad writing but english its not my main language so i'm trying to explain myself the best i can.
The French automaker is coming to India in 2021 finally. The automaker will launch its first car for India in the Month of March-April with its C5 Aircross. The fact is the car is assembled in Tamil Nadu, India Now let us talk about the car in-depth:- C5 aircross is a Mid SUV car that will directly compete with Hyundai Tucson, Volkswagen Tiguan, Jeep Compass, and Skoda karoq. Now the images of the Indian car version are out,. Estimate price is around:- 28lakhs (ex-showroom) Exterior:- The Aircross has a very appealing and unique design with a split front grille. The daytime running led lights running across the bonnet will definitely make it look more attractive on road. We can see fog lamps, a good chrome sort of treatment and more with comparison to human anatomy the nose(i.e the logo integration) is looking like someone punched it and made it look like this. *though the overall design from the front is Good* There is a Dual-tone option that will look more sporty. A, B, C pillars are also coated in all black with a chrome line on the top starting from between A and B pillar and continues on the C pillar and the also cover the windows from the bottom side. From the backside, the headlights of the car look similar to the ones in the Kia carnival. The overall look from the back looks very ovalish in design but very generous Other highlights include a roof-mounted spoiler, vents at the side, parking sensors, and plastic cladding at the bottom with non-functional chrome exhaust tailpipes. Interior:- The interior of the car looks premium It has a massive panoramic sunroof which brings a lot of air inside the cabin. There is a square pad on the steering wheel which has a lot of functions on offer and there is a piano black finish on the third center part of the steering wheel There a different styles of gear levers present and also the car has various drivetrain on offer (Snow, Sand, All Terrain, Standard, and Traction Control Off. ) The central console has an 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The 12.3-inch digital driver’s display features three different views: personal, dual, and minimum modes. Safety is covered by six airbags, ABS with EBD, parking sensors, electronic stability control, and a blind spot monitoring system Notable features include a panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control, seats with memory foam for added comfort, ambient lighting, air purifier, powered driver’s seat, cruise control, and a powered tailgate. The single powertrain on the C5 Aircross is the 2.0-liter diesel engine with an output of 175bhp and 400Nm of torque mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters sending power to the front wheels. It is also equipped with four grip modes – standard, snow, all-terrain, and sand. Important question alert !!!!! Kitna deti hai? *mileage* This powertrain is claimed to return a fuel efficiency of 18.60kmpl. It has a massive boot space on offer, the C5 Aircross’ boot is capable of accommodating 580 liters of luggage Well last but not least Citreon is known for its comfort after all. C5 Aircross will be no different, with the carmaker’s ‘Progressive Hydraulic Cushion’ suspension system. If your pocket has the depth to buy this go for it as these specs are good enough it can provide you with great comfort and many such things you know as well if you have read till here. Before buying wait for the aftersales performance(service, maintenance, parts availability, etc) by the company, and after knowing all this go for it. The overall package it provides is very good. Image source :- google,cardekho,carwale. Hope you liked my answer :) Let's end with the quote:- Life is about taking chances, to try something new, to know, to learn because it becomes boring when you stay within your limits of what you already know. EDIT:- Thank you all for 1.7k views and 10 upvotes !!! Thank you all for 6.3k views and 28 upvotes !!! Thank you all for 8.2k views 37 upvotes and 1 share !!! Thank you all for 14k views 63 upvotes and 1 share !!! Thank you all for 22.9k views 102 upvotes and 1 share !!! Thank you all for 30.8k views 134 upvotes 2 shares and all the wonderful comments !!! ,(do check out my other answers as well )
Well i have never owned a tiguan myself, but at 100k i would be expecting the usual repair bills for things like steering and suspension joints and bushes. Plus there will most likely be something major that needs replacement or a special oil service, a supercharger oil change for example, and unless the car has already had it done there will be belt and filter replacements to account for as well. This is just a few items there may or not be more but with all cars at this stage of there lives once you have sorted these items you can usually expect a good few more years of service from your car. Good luck!
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