Used 2013 Volkswagen Tiguan SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Volkswagen Tiguan SUV Crossover

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 Pros Great fuel economy, especially with the automatic transmission.

 Pros Respectable braking distance, when tested.

 Pros Rated “Good” for front, side and roof-strength crash protection tests.

 Pros Upscale cabin with high quality materials.

 Pros Advanced but easy to use touchscreen interface.

 Pros Plenty of room for front and rear passengers.

 Pros Front seat folds flat to haul long cargo.

 Pros Small turning circle makes it easy to park and maneuver.

 Pros Fun to drive and holds composure on winding roads.

 Pros Four-cylinder engine is surprisingly lively.

 Pros Impressive amount of cargo space behind the rear seat.

 Pros Available all-wheel drive.

 Cons No six-cylinder option is available, which many drivers still prefer.

 Cons Low ground clearance, so it is not suitable for off-road driving.

 Cons Pretty pricy compared to others in this segment.

 Cons Overall cargo capacity with rear seat down does not compete with others in this segment.

 Cons Small 16-inch wheels are standard on the base model, which few people will be satisfied with.

 Cons Navigation system is really disappointing as it lacks a lot of important information like detailed street names on maps.

 Cons Front seats may be a bit firm for some.

 Cons Minimal towing capabilities.

 Cons Exterior styling is rather dull and dated.