2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
35,941 Miles | Miami, FL
$14,398
Est $208/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
29,187 Miles | Miami, FL
$14,699
Est $212/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
35,048 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$13,399
Est $193/mo

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
7,769 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$18,599
Est $268/mo

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
10,910 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,999
Est $259/mo

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2015 Volkswagen Tiguan
23,467 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$14,699
Est $212/mo

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
20,630 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$17,599
Est $254/mo

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
24,428 Miles | Miami, FL
$18,999
Est $274/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
30,516 Miles | Miami, FL
$14,698
Est $212/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
29,878 Miles | Miami, FL
$12,998
Est $187/mo

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
16,812 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,998
Est $259/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
26,203 Miles | Miami, FL
$15,699
Est $226/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
36,075 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$12,798
Est $184/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
34,772 Miles | Margate, FL
$12,698
Est $183/mo

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2015 Volkswagen Tiguan
30,063 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$13,365
Est $193/mo

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2017 Volkswagen Tiguan
2,884 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$19,401
Est $280/mo

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan
29,740 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$17,901
Est $258/mo

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2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
5,083 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$31,901
Est $460/mo

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2017 Volkswagen Tiguan
3,407 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$19,237
Est $277/mo

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2017 Volkswagen Tiguan
5,478 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$18,901
Est $272/mo

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Volkswagen Tiguan Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
31 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.3
Performance
4.2
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
4.1

Volkswagen Tiguan Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Volkswagen Tiguan - Love this vehicle

YU
Hauppauge, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
This is a very well built car. The steering is nice and tight. It handles great.
Story
Driving out to the Hamptons with the windows down and the sunroof completely open.
Pros
It is an SUV so you are raised up. It is small and has great pick up. The steering is nice and tight.
Cons
I wish the car had automatic headlights.

2014 Volkswagen Tiguan - The best decision I ever made.

April
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My Tiguan is the newest car I have ever personally owned. It has a Bluetooth connection to a phone, Sirius Radio, and a million other amazing features. When I first test drove it (which was about a month ago, I just got this vehicle), she drove so smooth I could not believe it. She has great suspension and very sensitive gas and breaking. The vehicle has an excellent body style, being a hybrid between a car and a SUV. Therefore, she has amazing gas mileage and is less boxy in her frame but still has SUV features that I love -- like a hatchback and folding down rear seats for my space.
Story
When my husband and I first drove it. After buying it, we were so excited but had not fully tested out the features. My husband was driving and turned the heated seats up to max, and I had no idea that they even had heated seats! It was very cold out, and at first, I was confused why half of me was so warm! But when I figured it out, we just kept laughing.
Pros
My favorite features? Let's see, as I love them all. The viability when checking your blind spot is somewhat impaired by the back seats versus what I'm used to, but this is not a problem because of my absolute favorite feature -- the reverse back-up camera. This allows m to fine tune my parking and reversing, and I am able to actually see where I am compared to nature, rather than getting out and checking (for example). This is a perfectionist's dream. This was a key decision in me getting this car. Secondly, I love the VW brand and feel that they have a very loyal consumer base. And, she ... (more)
Cons
To be honest, the largest negative thing about this vehicle was the price, but then again, we paid for quality even though we were hoping to get something cheaper. Another thing might be that this VW does not come with automatic lights, so I have to remember to turn them off before exciting the vehicle. I am just nitpicking here, because that is really no problem. The car alerts you if you leave them on. I just found it funny that VW neglected to add that feature. Also, the Tiguan has just average crash test ratings, and that worried me at first. But in the long run, "average" is still good.

2012 Volkswagen Tiguan - Sporty and reliable midsize car

Daniel
28402
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I love the Volkswagen Tiguan. I had never owned a Volkswagen before, but I am super impressed with how it is built. Because it is a German car, it is a non-nonsense no frills but super functional car. I knew that I wanted a midsize SUV or crossover, but also that I did not want it to be too big or use too much gas. This car is perfect for my needs. The back seat can fold down flat and I can load a ton into the back of the car if needed. I chose to get the light tan leather option and it is one of the most gorgeous interiors I’ve seen. When kept clean, it really looks great. I love to ride bikes and I can fit my bike in the back of the car or on the bike rack easily. The car feels sporty but not over the top.
Story
At the beach one day, there was a little kitten that hid under it and I ended up taking it to the shelter.
Pros
The top things I love the most about this vehicle is the size of it- that it is big enough to hold almost anything I could routinely imagine, but not too much that it feels hard to drive or park. I also love the exterior design of the car, it looks very sporty and sleek for a non-luxury car.
Cons
I don't have many cons, but I do think that the front air vents could be a little bigger and positioned in a way for better passenger and driver air flow.

Volkswagen Tiguan Generations

2018 – Present (Second Generation)

Volkswagen unveiled the second-generation Tiguan at the 2015 International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany. The production of the new Tiguan uses the MQB platform which Volkswagen now employs to underpin everything from superminis to mid-size SUVs.

Owing to the new platform, the Tiguan has a longer wheelbase—it is nearly a foot longer than the previous-generation Tiguan—with extra-long rear doors and more rear seat room. Third-row seats, which are standard for front-wheel-drive models but optional for all-wheel-drive models, push the seating capacity to seven. There is also more cargo space at the back; the two-row model can now accommodate 73.5 cubic feet (versus the 56.1 cubic feet of the old Tiguan) when second-row seats are folded.

Despite being bigger, the Tiguan has retained the conventional two-box SUV look of the previous generation. Other than taking on the corporate horizontal grille and lower front fascia of the VW Atlas, there aren’t many changes to its exterior.

What buyers get in the interior depends on which of the four trims they choose. The base S version comes with standard cloth upholstery, a 6.5-inch touchscreen multimedia system, and 17-inch alloy wheels.

The SE trim features an upgraded eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system, leatherette upholstery, and heated front seats. The SEL trim adds a panoramic sunroof, 18-inch wheels, and adaptive cruise control—which automatically adjusts the speed of the Tiguan to maintain a safe pace from vehicles ahead—to the features of the lower trims. The fully loaded SEL Premium trim gets the Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, automatic parking assistance, ambient interior lighting, and 20-inch wheels. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are standard across the line.

The second-generation Tiguan carries over the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine of the previous generation. The updated engine has a rating of 184 horsepower and 221 foot-pounds of torque. Volkswagen also upgraded all models to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available across the line at additional cost.

Fuel economy is slightly better than that of the previous generation; the standard front-wheel drive versions can do 22 miles per gallon in city driving and 27 miles on the highway. Some new safety features, such as pedestrian monitoring and automatic emergency braking, are standard in all but the base S trim.

2009 – 2017 (First Generation)

Volkswagen introduced the first Tiguan at the 2007 International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany. Production started later in the year at the company’s subsidiary in Wolfsburg.

The German automaker chose the word “Tiguan,” a combination of the word “tiger” and “iguana,” to evoke a sense of strength and tenacity.

Indeed, the first Tiguan had a sporty stance that did not feel as heavy or as awkward as that of the first-generation VW Touaregs. However, it retained the conventional Volkswagen look, part of which was the characteristic grinning chrome grille and the somewhat stubby rear.

Although Volkswagen initially marketed the Tiguan as an SUV, its unibody construction made it more of a crossover with limited off-roading potential than a conventional SUV. The first-generation Tiguan used the mid-size B6 platform of the Volkswagen Passat which only allowed for two-row seating. The front spotted standard bucket seats, and the back had split-bench seats which accommodated three passengers. Rear seating was tight for adults, but passengers could slide the seats back to get more legroom.

Behind the seats, the Tiguan could accommodate 23.8 cubic feet of cargo space. Cargo capacity expanded to 56.1 cubic feet when the rear seats were folded. The front passenger seat could also fold down to accommodate long cargo.

When the compact five-seater launched, it was set to compete against the likes of the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4.

For the US market, Volkswagen offered the first-generation Tiguan in three trim levels: S, SE and SEL. It added the R-Line trim for the 2015 model year and the Wolfsburg and Sport trims for the 2017 model year. Standard features in the mid-level SE trim included heated front seats, automatic climate control, a stereo system with a six-disc changer, and roof rails. Heated front seats became standard across the line for 2016 and subsequent model years.

All models were powered by a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine rated at 200 horsepower and 207 foot-pounds of torque. Volkswagen paired the turbo engines with a standard six-speed automatic transmission. Buyers interested in the base model could also opt for a six-speed manual transmission, but Volkswagen discontinued it for 2015 and subsequent model years.

Front-wheel drive was standard for all trim levels, and all-wheel drive was optional for the SE and SEL trims.

First-generation Tiguans had decent acceleration for their powertrain, going from zero to 60 miles per hour in 7.9 seconds. The fuel economy was also average. The automatic transmission models could return 18 miles per gallon in city driving and 24 miles per gallon on the highway in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive.

Some of the safety features that were standard in all trim levels included six airbags, a tire pressure monitoring system, and anti-lock brakes. Electronic stability control, which detected and reduced skidding to improve the Tiguan’s stability, was also a standard feature. A backup camera became a standard feature for 2015 and subsequent model years.

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