2020 Volkswagen Tiguan

Volkswagen Tiguan at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs
2020 Volkswagen Tiguan at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

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2020 Volkswagen Tiguan:

The Tiguan almost moved up a class size with the second-gen redesign that arrived in 2018, one which grew 10.6 inches in length and added available third-row seating. It’s the smaller of three Volkswagen SUVs, positioned below the larger and more expensive Atlas Cross Sport and three-row Atlas. Although it’s on the larger end of the segment, the Tiguan primarily competes with compact SUVs including the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Subaru Forester.

The handsomely designed Tiguan now features basic active safety tech as standard and boasts that classic German solidity at highway speeds, but it’s hard for us to recommend this one. The third row—standard on FWD models and available on AWD models—is the biggest difference that helps it stand out in the segment. Although the VW might benefit the large family (with dimensionally small children) who can’t bear the thought of a Dodge Journey in the driveway, those extra seats are useless for all but the smallest of passengers.

The SUV also feels disconnected and underwhelming to drive. Far from the tall Volkswagen Golf GTI you might hope for, it feels like the front end and the back end aren’t communicating with each other and there’s plenty of understeer. The suspension feels refined and composed on smooth surfaces, but the car jitters and jostles over broken pavement.

Handling might not be high on your priority list for a compact SUV, but we found the Tiguan’s dynamics are flawed enough to make iron-stomached passengers feel uneasy. Plus, the sole engine choice is barely up to the tasks of passing and acceleration with just a driver present, let alone a cabin full of passengers and cargo.

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