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Reviews Test Drive: 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan

17:10  10 january  2018
17:10  10 january  2018 Source:   autotrader.ca

VW Tiguan Earns Top Safety Rating

  VW Tiguan Earns Top Safety Rating Volkswagen has announced the all-new 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan, when equipped with available Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking (Front Assist), has earned a 2017 Top Safety Pick award from the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The 2017 Top Safety Pick award is issued to vehicles that have earned “Good” ratings in IIHS crash tests evaluated in five categories: frontal impact moderate overlap; frontal impact small overlap; side impact; roof strength; and head restraints.

Read our full review of the three-row, all-wheel- drive version of the 2018 VW Tiguan and see photos at Car and Driver . Instrumented Test . 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 4MOTION. We put the three-row version through its paces.

Now, Hughes can add to that total the 800 kilometres he spent driving the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan in the well-equipped Highline trim. Base price for a Trendline is ,925 but the as- tested Highline is ,175. The tester included the Driver Assistance Package, which for ,470, adds adaptive cruise

2018 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline-01-TS.jpg© autoTRADER.ca (Tom Sedens) 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan HIghline

It’s been a long time since we first met the Tiguan. It was 2007 and the compact crossover category was much younger. The Tiguan established itself as a decent little crossover that was more fun to drive than most of the competition. Unfortunately for the Tiguan, it didn’t get a lot of attention since then, short of a mild refresh a few years ago. But it remained largely unchanged for nearly ten years, and it has certainly shown its age as of late. Enter the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan. You’ll barely recognize it. It’s all grown up now.

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Does everything you need on a daily basis and would be an outstanding road-tripper too.

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan . VW 's revamped crossover prioritizes space over pace. June 2017 By JOSEPH CAPPARELLA. I will give both a test drive .

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It looks like VW has been listening and watching where consumers are putting their hard-earned dollars. Extra space inside seems to matter to many of them, and VW has given it in spades here.

The new Tiguan’s lines are familiar. The straightforward no-nonsense lines follow the current corporate direction. And while it is a sleeker overall design, there’s no hiding that new size. It’s huge, relatively speaking – it’s 27 cm longer than the outgoing Tig. There’s nothing exciting going on in the styling department, but it’s a handsome vehicle and it should age gracefully. My tester’s retina-searing Habanero Orange Metallic paint won’t be for everyone, but boy did it ever get a lot of looks on the road. The adaptive LED headlights are bright and paint the night with an even, white light. The top-trim 18-inch rims with juicy 235/55-sized rubber complete the package.

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Yes, Volkswagen 's redesigned 2018 Tiguan is bigger and better than ever. In a comparison test , Cars.com just rated the Tiguan its No. 1 The 2018 Tiguan is fully 11 inches longer than before, and, in front-wheel- drive configuration, comes with a standard — albeit small — third row of seats.

The Tiguan doesn’t just look big from the outside. It’s very spacious inside, with tons of headroom. The Tiguan’s sophisticated two-tone interior is very nice with a solid choice of materials – there are soft-touch plastics everywhere, high-end textures, and excellent fit and finish. I liked the stitched panels on the doors and seats. Speaking of the seats, the heated and power-adjustable perforated-leather thrones are very comfortable and nicely bolstered too. Behind the grippy, heated flat-bottom steering wheel is VW’s Digital Cockpit, a beautiful all-digital 12.3-inch gauge cluster which offers insane flexibility.

2018 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline-03-TS.jpg© autoTRADER.ca (Tom Sedens) 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan HIghline

VW’s new 8-inch touchscreen is crisp and extremely responsive and the user interface is well thought out. There are only a couple of knobs but the contextual buttons that pop up on screen (based on what you’re doing) work as well as hard buttons would. The upgraded Fender sound system is a treat – it plays with clarity and authority and sounds as good with direct sources as it does with streamed music.

2018 Volkswagen Tiguan Gets R-Line Flair

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First Spin: 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan . The ’18 Tiguan comes in four trim levels, each available with front- or all-wheel drive , the latter at a 00 premium. Test Drive : 2018 Chevrolet Equinox 2.0T. The Tiguan ’s lone powertrain choice is a 184-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder paired with an

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A dual-zone automatic climate control keeps things comfortable and my review Tiguan offered up a solid suite of driver assistance technology – there’s a 360-degree camera and front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot detection, rear traffic alert, autonomous emergency braking, pedestrian monitoring, lane-departure assist and automatic high-beams.

The new Tiguan’s rear seats are one of the biggest wins in this new model. They offer generous amounts of head-, leg-, and footroom and the seats recline and slide fore and aft. The outboard seats are very comfortable, and each has a set of child seat anchors. The middle seat is narrow and hard, and there’s a drive shaft tunnel to straddle but it can definitely work for a third passenger. My three kids were perfectly happy back there. Rear passengers get adjustable air vents as well as USB and 12V plugs.

Both the front and rear seats feel open and airy thanks to the massive panoramic sunroof overhead. It has a full-length powered sunshade that retracts or deploys in complete silence. Very impressive. And yes, if you feel you need one, there is an optional third row available – it was not optioned in my tester.

VW Chops Tiguan Prices In US, Not Canada

  VW Chops Tiguan Prices In US, Not Canada Volkswagen Canada is holding the line on MSRP for its all-new 2018 Tiguan crossover after Automotive News reported the VW's US arm announced a price cut this week aimed at boosting sales in that country. Research 2018 volkswagen tiguan See Full Specs See Pricing The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan was redesigned into a larger vehicle with three rows of seating in a bid to attract buyers turned off by the old model's relatively small interior.American buyers will enjoy Tiguan prices cut by US$600 to US$2,180, depending on trim. That top discount applies to the U.S.-market SE model, which now goes for US$27,650.

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VW doesn’t just offer a lot of space in the Tiguan, they have also added plenty of places to put your stuff. My favourite is the open, angled rubberized bin at the front of the console, where you also find a 12V, auxiliary, and two USB plugs. There’s also a tall bin under the armrest lid and a substantial glove compartment. And finally, there’s an open bin in the middle of the dash too, which is my least favourite place to put things.

But the real story is what you’ll find behind the power liftgate. Which is a 1,065 L trunk – enormous, particularly when compared to the previous generation. It is covered by a retractable, removable tonneau cover with a nifty storage slot under the floor. If you need more cargo space, the rear seats fold down in a 40/20/40 split which offers a ton of flexibility – flip them all down and the cargo space grows to a gargantuan 2,081 L.

The Tiguan’s new 2.0L four-cylinder puts out 184 hp, which is down from the outgoing model’s numbers, but the torque is up to 221 lb-ft, available at low RPMs. The engine is mated to an eight-speed automatic and VW’s 4Motion all-wheel drive system.

Fuel economy is very good, and VW rates the Tiguan at 11.3 L/100 km in the city and 8.8 L/100 km on the highway. I achieved an impressive 10.3 L/100 km average during my week.

The previous Tiguan, although it was definitely showing its age in the last few years, was always known as an agile and fun little crossover. I’ll say this right off the top – the new one isn’t a fun crossover. But let’s focus on what the Tiguan does well to put this into perspective.

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It has enough power for most driving situations. It’s peppy enough off the line, and while it’s not particularly fast, it certainly holds its own at most speeds. There’s a drive and terrain mode dial that lets you choose between Normal, Eco, and Sport modes, as well as Snow and Offroad terrain programming. Sport mode makes things noticeably more responsive and tightens up the steering, while Eco mode wasn’t nearly as driveable and makes for a sluggish drive around town. I also felt that the transmission got a bit lurchy in Eco mode. Otherwise, it does a fantastic job and seems to be in the right gear nearly all the time.

The Tiguan rides very nicely, and soaks up all but the biggest hits quietly and smoothly. The handling is competent enough, but it’s not very athletic and it quickly makes it apparent that it prefers to move in straight lines rather than play. Throw it into a corner and you’ll experience significant body lean. So like I said, the Tiguan is very nice to drive, but it’s not much fun. Hey, it does everything you need on a daily basis and would be an outstanding road-tripper too.

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Although the all-wheel drive system barely made itself noticeable, I did notice the front tires slip a few times on the rainy roads before the rear ones kicked in. Slip-and-grip systems like this are the norm in this category and work well enough for most situations.

The Tiguan’s refinement continues when it comes to noise suppression. The Tiguan is very quiet in terms of road and wind noise, and almost shocking when cruising at highway speeds. Which is why the amount of engine noise (but only when accelerating) comes as a bit of a surprise. The little four-cylinder makes a bit of fuss when you step on it, particularly when the engine is cold, and the clatter sounds a little like an old diesel from inside the cabin. This is by no means a dealbreaker, but considering how refined the rest of the vehicle feels, this surprised me.

New-vehicle Sales in Canada, First Quarter of 2018

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Visibility out of the Tiguan is very good and I found the brakes to be powerful enough to haul things down when required. I found the engine’s auto stop-start feature to be a bit rough at times – you can turn it off.

WAF (Wife Approval Factor) was exceptionally high. She loved the drive, the spaciousness, and the price. She said that this would be a good fit for our family.

Judging by the amount of interest my friends, neighbours, social media contacts, and just people on the street exhibited in the Tiguan, it felt like people have been waiting for something like this. And after spending a week with it, I feel that VW has a winner with the new Tiguan. Volkswagen built a crossover that checks off virtually all the boxes for most buyers, and has done so while remaining competitive on price.

If you want that sporty driving experience, it won’t compete with the Mazda CX-5 or the Ford Escape. But the new Tiguan is comfortable, enjoyable enough on the road, and it certainly delivers when it comes to utility and function, and easily competes with the Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4. I highly recommend putting the new Tiguan on your compact crossover shopping list.

New-vehicle Sales in Canada, First Quarter of 2018 .
Spring has arrived, and we can finally analyse the performance of carmakers on the Canadian sales charts during the first quarter of 2018. Among the winners, or those who registered the biggest gains compared to the first quarter of 2017, we find Genesis who saw its sales increase by 102%. However, the brand is still new and rolled out only 123 units since the beginning of 2018, so the sample is really small. Volvo did well with a 43% rise, while sales of its XC60 compact SUV almost tripled. Volkswagen recorded a 35% increase, thanks to the addition of the Atlas and a redesigned Tiguan in its product lineup.

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