- 5 doors
- 5 seats
- Automatic or manual
- Petrol or diesel
"The Volkswagen Tiguan does pretty much everything a good family SUV should. It’s stylish, high in quality, massively practical and easy and relaxing to drive. It’s not the cheapest car of its type, either to buy or to run, but you won’t feel short-changed by the car you get for your money."
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Running costs for a Volkswagen Tiguan
The Tiguan is slightly pricier to buy than rivals like the Skoda Kodiaq and Nissan Qashqai, but cheaper than Land Rover Discovery Sport. However, when it comes to overall running costs, we suspect it's reasonable resale value will keep it on a par with the Nissan, and well ahead of the Land Rover. The Skoda has very strong resale values too, so that might work out cheaper still over several years.
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2017 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace – first look
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Volkswagen Tiguan SUV (2016 - ) review
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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan first drive review
The second generation Volkswagen Tiguan enters a compact SUV segment that has never looked so competitive or accomplished. Jon Quirk finds out if the new car can get Volkswagen back on pace