With the advent of the second generation in 2016, the Tiguan radically changes both mechanically and aesthetically. The shapes are now sharper and more sporty and many elements such as the front grille and the headlights have a totally renewed and more aggressive look. The sportiest version is the “R-Line” which you can see in the photo. The interior, very similar to those of the Audi Q3, features a central screen slightly facing the driver who in the facelift 2020 version will become larger and touch screen. A very immersive and easily adjustable virtual cockpit is available as an option. Together with onboard technologies, safety improves: now the “City Emergency Braking” and “Post-Collision Braking System” automatic braking systems are standard. At the Euro NCAP crash tests, the Tiguan 2nd gen. gets the maximum score. The engines available are many, ranging from 122 to 320 horsepower. The prices of the Tiguan are in line with those of the Ford Kuga, BMW X1, and Toyota RAV4.
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🏎️ Volkswagen Tiguan II Facelift 2020
📍 Germany
🛠️ 2.0TDI 320NM 122HP
💨 10,9 seconds
🔝 191km/h
💶 30.300€ in Europe
💵 25.200$ in the United States
Our vote: ⭐⭐⭐⚡ (3,5/5)