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Are you satisfied with owning the new Volkswagen Tiguan (2018-present redesign)?

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!

What are the differences between the Volkswagens built in China and those original from Germany?

VW story in China is quite a unique one and a rather funny one. In certain way it revealed how inexperienced China was in dealing with the west. It was said that when Zhu Rongji was the mayor of shanghai in 1988, he was eager to find foreign joint venture to the city and brought in New technologies. A contract was concluded with VW to produce automobiles in China with the First automobile Works. The contract mentioned that only one model, Jetta could be produced and sold in China and it came out from the assembly line in 1991. However, few years later when VW dropped the Jetta line and launched the Passat in other countries, they discovered that it would be a breach of the contract with the Chinese government. Instead of a new discussionand contract, VW, kept on using the Jetta name for this model and the new models afterwards. As a result, Passat was sold in China using the Jetta name. This becomes one of the longest series from 1991 to the present. As China becomes one of the highest demand in cars and the largest market. Some manufacturers are designing and make certain models exclusively for the China market. When VW introduced its compact SUV, Tiguan in China, in order to compete with others like RAV4 and HR-V, it was a LWB model with an extra 80mm longer wheelbase and a bigger trunk. It proved a success and customers had to wait for 4 to 6 months for delivery. It became a trend and Audi had an A4L in China. Overall speaking the VW are totally manufactured in China, unlike some which imported the engine and gearbox and just build the bodywork. The difference between will be less.

What are some examples of bad design?

The 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan. The headlights are semi-automatic. When you shut off the engine, the main headlights turn off but not the marker lights. The headlight warning buzzer sounds for about 5 seconds then it stops. So while you’re collecting your bag, keys, and thoughts, the buzzer is buzzing but by the time you are exiting the car, it is not. You get the visual cue of the headlights disappearing but the markers are still on and the audible cue is gone. The markers kill the battery in about 6 hours … just enough to make sure that if you go to work, or go home for the night, the battery is dead when you get back. The door locks, the tailgate, the parking brake, and the transmission shifter are all electric so getting the jumper cables out of the back is like a decathlon. First you pry off the driver’s door lock cover, open it with a key, climb between the front seats to open the back door from the inside, fold down the rear seat, empty the trunk out from the folded down seat, then get a flashlight and open the hatch using the emergency pull cord on the inside. Then you can fetch the jumper cables and start the car. Unless it is parked head-in in a garage or stall. The parking brake is electric so if you have to push or tow the car with a dead battery you are totally screwed. There are identical 5-way buttons on both sides of the steering wheel. The tactile feedback from them is identical, and each is marked with meaningless tiny arrows and squares. There is no way to “learn” what they do … even after months of use I still just randomly press one of them and hope it does what I want … and if not, I try the other one. One of the buttons on the steering wheel activates Voice Command. This stop all music/radio/phone use begins an UNSTOPPABLE 30-second interaction with the voice command system. There is no way out of it. No “back” button, no “exit” voice command. You just have to shut up and let it time out, which takes 30 seconds. God I could go on. Design principles for all this stuff was ironed out in the 1960s and 70s. Volkswagen were once masters of design. How could they get so much so wrong?

Has anyone bought a Volkswagen Tiguan? Like it? How much over invoice?

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!

What is the best Volkswagen (model and year) to get as a beginning driver?

Go back to the ‘60’s and get a bug. Otherwise I’d recommend avoiding a Volkswagen like the plague. Let me explain, my son had a late 90’s Jetta that was never anything but trouble it would blow the coil packs at the drop of a hat, had to be tuned more often than my 72 Pontiac firebird with dual point distributor, and got the worst gas mileage of any small “economy” car I’ve ever seen. It wasn’t unusual to get a call to come get him in the middle of the night from near or far away. Skip forward a few years and he manages to save enough money to buy a newish car. He goes to the lot and trades his Jetta in for $500 (minimum legal trade allowance in Florida) and to my horror comes home in a mid 2000 Volkswagen Tiguan. My first words to him were, “why in the #}*#*}^{%|^#*,^#*%*#*# would you buy another Volkswagen?” His response was something like, they gave me a great deal and it was within my budget (proud that he made sure to stay within his budget) and they swore that the ignition issues were a “thing of the past”. Skip forward 6 months and I get a call, “Dad, can you come get me? My car won’t start”. I go to get him and start looking under the hood (I know cars to a pretty good degree) and sure enough it’s blown a coil pack. We replace the pack (funny how these aren’t covered by the “extended” warranty and aren’t considered part of the “drive train”) and he drives home. A couple weeks later, you guessed it, another pack blows. This time we replace all the coil packs at the same time and make sure to use OEM (per the Volkswagen dealership recommendation, they claim the aftermarket one we used before was what caused the failure of this one). After that there were other issues such as the headliner fell (again not covered), the headlight lense didn’t fog up, it burned a black spot in it (not covered) and of course the coil packs continued to blow regularly (finally started keepin a couple in the trunk for just such an occasion). He’s now upside down on a car that I wouldn’t trust him to drive over a block away, because even though he’s a grown man (30’s) I love and worry about him plus my granddaughter rides in the car. So, my wife and I take him to a dealer we’ve bought our cars through and help him get into another vehicle (the only requirement was it NOT be a damn Volkswagen). He bought a Jeep Cherokee and couldn’t be happier. So my suggestion is stay away from Volkswagen’s made after the mid 70’s and you’ll be a much happier and safer driver. That is unless you just like working on cars on the side of the road.

Is a pre-owned Porsche Macan a good car for a teenager?

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.

What do you think of the Volkswagen Atlas?

Volkswagen has taken a bold step with the Atlas / Teramont (as known in some countries); Volkswagens are known for smaller cars like the Golf, Beetle and the likes - their SUVs like the Toureg and Tiguan aren’t really the ‘big’ seven seater family hauler that people prefer; with the Teramont they have closed this gap and brought to the market a brilliant machine that does everything with so much finesse it’s amazing to experience. Things I Like About The Teramont Storage space (there are 17 cup holders in the car!) massive trunk space - with all the seats down in the back it rivals the storage of some pick up trucks. Second and third row room and comfort. The premium Fender system specially made for this car does a great job. 360 degree cameras with high quality images. Rear collision alert (which actually works) Steering feel and built quality. Ground clearance. LED headlights (I like the way the headlights merge with the front grill) Layout and design of the flood entry lights. Driving position. The very easy to use MDI unit. I personally feel its one of the most handsome looking seven seater out there. If you’re interested in knowing more about the car, check out my detailed review on YouTube. 2019 Volkswagen Teramont Full Review

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