Volkswagen Tiguan 2020
Volkswagen Tiguan 2020 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We use COMPUTER CUT SYSTEM FOR A PERFECT FIT. Call us for the best quality service! (954) 840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076.
About Volkswagen Tiguan:
Choosing a Volkswagen Tiguan 2020 trim is only about features and convenience equipment, as there are no powertrain options; they’re all powered by the same 184-hp, turbocharged four-cylinder engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. We suggest stepping up to at least the SE model, which adds a larger 8.0-inch infotainment system, keyless access, and leatherette seats that are heated and powered. The jump from SE to SEL is a significant one, adding about $5000, but all the extra features it adds, including adaptive cruise, a panoramic sunroof, remote start, power liftgate, and larger 18-inch wheels, may be worth it to you. Adding all-wheel drive, which is available on any trim, adds roughly $1500, but makes the third row optional. If you’re in the business of hauling kids, we’d spend the extra $600 to make the Tiguan a seven-seater.
The Tiguan’s ride is comfortable and compliant, which should please most drivers, but the tradeoff is less precision during brisk driving. A front-wheel-drive Tiguan we drove was easily unsettled by bumps in the road, but all-wheel-drive models were noticeably better at managing Michigan’s cratered highways and byways.
The Tiguan—in both front- and all-wheel-drive guise—vastly outperformed our expectations (and their EPA ratings) in our real-world highway test at 32 mpg and 33 mpg, respectively. Not only did both models crack 30 mpg, but they either matched or bettered the efforts of many of their rivals. This is just one test, and we can’t determine how the Tiguan would perform in a city commute, for instance, but it’s certainly good news for drivers who spend most of their time on the open road.