VW were canny enough with the Tiguan never to mess too much with a winning formula, simply giving the car subtle upgrades every few years to keep it fresh. This meant the Tiguan retained much of the characteristics that made it such a success in the first place. For example, there is ample boot space and the wide opening means its easy to load awkward items. There is plenty of space on board for occupants particularly in the rear where they can avail of the clever reclining seats. The interior in general feels of a particularly high quality with damped controls and soft-touch plastics at a premium. There is a decent amount of standard equipment that includes DAB radio, air conditioning and anti-skid control. Although a capable off-roader, the Tiguan is more at home on the road with the diesel engines managing to be quiet while simultaneously offing a good balance of performance and economy.
Plenty of storage spaces, cubby-holes and USB ports