The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan is a stand out when it comes to space
June 30 2018,
As the following review snippets prove, the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan is certainly a stand out when it comes to interior space. Let’s take a closer look at what may very well be the most spacious compact SUV in its segment, and certainly one of the few to feature room for 7 passengers.
Volkswagen has long prided itself on building cars geared to those who drive briskly, those who take corners quick enough to make the spouse clutch the interior grab handles while casting the eye. VW’s all-new 2018 Tiguan might have started out on the drawing board with that focus, but what came out the other end is something far more friendly to families. Hence the optional third row, however small, and its otherwise roomy new cabin
On our two-row test model, the new Tiguan yielded 37.6 cubic feet of space behind the 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats and 73.5 cubic feet with the seats down. With the seats up, there’s enough room to swallow four or five good-sized hockey bags. The rear seats release easily with a lever from the rear or from a cord at the seat base, the cargo floor covers the spare tire, and tie-down hooks and a 12-volt outlet are handy. On our Highline model — the top trim in a trio that also includes the base Trendline and mid-range Comfortline — the power tailgate can be opened and closed with the key fob or buttons on the tailgate, which opens fairly quickly. Nooks and cubbies in the back appear usable. – Driving.ca
All new for 2018, the Tiguan is Volkswagen’s smallest SUV, but there’s nothing compact about it. It’s so much bigger than its predecessor that a third row of seats is available on front-drive models. The new Tiguan is spacious inside and has tech-savvy features. A 184-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine provides adequate grunt and mates with an eight-speed automatic transmission and either front- or all-wheel drive – Car & Driver
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 – Autotrader.ca
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