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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!
The safest cars tested in 2015/2016 by Euro NCAP in their different categories : Safest supermini:, Honda Jazz Safest small family car:, Hyundai Ioniq Safest large family car:, Toyota Prius Safest small MPV:, VW Touran Safest large MPV:, Ford Galaxy Safest roadster/convertible:, Mazda MX-5 Safest small SUV:, Volkswagen Tiguan Safest large SUV:, Volvo XC90 The overall winner is the VolvoXC90, it is the safest car tested by Euro NCAP to date. See ,Safest cars on sale 2017
I was waiting for a question like this because I too was stumped by this, I'd always hear cars next to me start up real quick as soon as the light turned green and it wasn't until recent that I finally understood it. Auto-start/off! Many cars nowadays,newer models I should say, have this feature and I've gotten the pleasure to drive one with said feature. A 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan Its my brothers suv and he let me take it for a spin, he initially had the feature turned off so it caught me off guard when I came to a stop and the car shut off, rpm needle went all the way down, the engine wasn't rumbling. I was like "oh shit oh shit I broke his car." Eventually the light turned green and within a small panic I left off the brake just a tiny bit and it sprung back to life! I then proceed to look on the dash in between the gauges and I noticed the Auto-Start/Off indicator was lit. I instantly let out a sigh of relief and actually had a little fun with it, not much you can do with it but it's fun watching people glance over their shoulders when they hear that quick turn over like "did this man really turn his car off at the stop light?" Yeah I was one of those gullible fools until I became said man. With such a big vehicle though it can be a little scary because it tends to jump when it starts back up, no matter how much pressure you let off the brake, personally I like the feature. Hope that answers your question!😁
Volkswagen Tiguan. Why? Easy. Best warranty. 6 year 72,000 mile bumper to bumper. Plus, if you give it to your kid, they have the remainder of said warranty Very safe. Volkswagen manufactures their vehicles in a way that gives them very high safety ratings year in and year out Stylish. Touch screen display, leather seats and a massive sunroof are just a few of the many features AWD. Enough said. 2.0L 4cyl Turbocharged - great on gas, and quick.
I just bought an X1 and I think it's the best car in the segment of the entry level luxury SUV. The x1 xdrive20d is the one I would recommend as it comes with the cosmetic upgrades like the nicer diamond cut alloys, a sunroof and apple carplay. However the M sport trim is really pointless and overpriced. The gla on the other hand is a great car for a slightly smaller family of say 4. It definitely isn't comfortable with 5 people. The Q3 however felt very small and claustrophobic compared to the X1 and the GLA. However if you're buying a car for the badge, the Q3 will be your cheapest option. I would also suggest you take a look at the Volkswagen Tiguan, and the Ford endeavour. However, if you can up your budget, a Range Rover Evoque is definitely worth looking at.
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
There are many SUVs available in the Indian market ranging from the newly arrived Rolls-Royce Cullinan available at Rs 6.95 crores to Tata Nexon at Rs 8 lakhs. It’s a extremely wide range and thus it is difficult to choose the best looking SUV out of these. Still, I am giving a list of the best looking ones according to me in the given price range- Bentley Bentayga (Super luxury SUV) Range Rover Velar (Luxury SUV) Volvo XC60 (Premium SUV) Volkswagen Tiguan (Premium small SUV) Mahindra Alturas G4 (Large SUV) XUV 500 (Entry-level large SUV) Tata Harrier (Small SUV) Hyundai Creta (Entry level small SUV) I also appreciate the Rolls Royce Cullinan but a Rolls Royce SUV really doesn't attract me much. Also the Range Rover Evoque is a super cool premium small SUV. The Hyundai Tucson is another cool looking SUV and a worth it vehicle but I have certain reasons to dislike it. The Toyota Fortuner and the Ford Endeavour are great butcher shaped SUVs and I don't want to enter their controversial comparison. The old Audi Q7 still remains one of my favourite in terms of looks and the Tata Nexon is a critique eyed SUV which split opinions heavily. I hope I could answer your question. Have a good day ahead!
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!
Oil change intervals have gone up for a number of reasons. Gas has become much cleaner. The main reason for the 3000 mile interval was the sulfur in gas converted to sulfuric acid during combustion. Some of that would get past the rings and into the oil. In the ’60 and ‘70, when you rebuilt an engine, even a maintained one, you would find small pits in the bearings caused by the sulfuric acid. Since that time, the EPA has mandated that sulfur be removed from gas due to acid rain. Further improvements in gas and improvements to the oil itself with better cleaners and stabilizers have increased the oil change interval. Fuel injection has greatly reduce the amount of unburned gas that gets past the rings and breaks down the oil. Now days, many car manufactures suggest a 4000 mile oil change interval when non-synthetic oil is used. With the advent of synthetic oils, the oil change interval jumped. Synthetic oils not only lubricate better, but the hold up better than regular oil. The long oil life and better gas mileage of synthetic offset the higher cost of the oil. Synthetics also increase engine life. Synthetic oils are improving also. In the past, 6000 miles was the suggested interval for changing synthetic oils. With the improvements, that interval has increased. Synthetics do break down over time and the additive get used up. Engine mechanical and heat loads on the oil can vary significant from engine to engine. As a result, different engines may have different oil change intervals. The newer improved synthetics oils do last longer than the older ones they replaced. As a result, auto manufactures have changed their oil change intervals to reflect the improvements.
Having recently driven or ridden several small and mid-sized SUVs, I was surprised by how high the noise level was the Honda CRV. As for the Toyota RAV4, the ride was comfortable and the noise level was acceptable. If you enjoy driving, rather than view driving as a pain to be endured, I agree with Mr. Reznik and Mr. Ros that the Mazda CX5 is a joy to drive and returns exceptional economy for such a vehicle. Subaru is the company responsible for the current obsession with all wheel drive, and most manufacturers have joined the band wagon. I have driven Subaru vehicles in severe snow storms in Maine, and they are exceptionally good at maintaining traction in such conditions. But many drivers of all wheel drive cars do not understand that stopping distances on a snow covered or icy road is not enhanced by all wheel drive. Still, I see people who never see snow or ice buying all wheel drive cars because they believe such cars are safer. The only way an all wheel drive car is safer on a dry road might be if you drive at ridiculously dangerous rally speeds. I recently drove a base model 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan equipped with a 2 liter gasoline engine and a six speed automatic transmission. If I had to write an article for Car and Driver comparing the Tiguan to the CX5, I would find both cars superb examples of how it feels to drive a well designed car that has a great deal of interior space. I'd rate both cars as providing superior handling and braking, give the Tiguan a slight edge on quietness and ride quality, and the CX5 the edge for exceptional fuel economy. The Subaru Forester and the VW Tiguan have the best all around visibility. Thank you for your question.