Our Cars: Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TFSI 4Motion

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Our Tiguan has proved faultless over the last six months so we're sad to see it go.
If you're after a Tiguan but need seven seats then there's an answer in the shape of the new Tiguan Allspace.
Our Tiguan is fitted with DCC - an £810 option - but while it may be very clever, is it worth paying the extra for?
Despite its talents, our Tiguan is hardly the stuff of excitement. But does that matter when it comes to a family crossover?
The Ateca was the most popular car on our site in 2017. It's also cheaper than our Tiguan - so is it a better choice?
We ordered our Tiguan with the Head-Up Display for an extra £500. But we really think we should have saved our money...
Our Tiguan isn't short of space yet we still manage to cram it full of stuff when it comes to going on holiday. Will a shiny new Thule roof box be the answer?
Going for the 2.0-litre petrol engine in our Tiguan does mean sacrificing economy, would a plug-in hybrid be the answer?
Easy to use, a good layout and pin sharp graphics. Volkswagen has - for our money - the best infotainment system around.
Cool. Calm. Connected. That's how Volkswagen describes the Tiguan. But is it still cool and calm when tasked with daily family life?
The vast majority of Tiguan models on the road are TDI diesels. But we've gone for the less economical TSI. Here's why.
At more than £35,000, the Tiguan is one expensive crossover - even for a Volkswagen - so is it worth the money?
 

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