Saying goodbye to one of our long-terms is never easy; but some staffers are taking the loss of this 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan harder than others.
Though in our care for just 4-months, we became quite attached to Volkswagen’s smallest utility; but compared to others in its class, it’s not small at all.
Rear seat passengers found abundant legroom, with plenty of space in back for storing gear.
The standard 2-liter turbo’s 184-horsepower got the job done, with the added benefit of a nice aggressive growl when you get on it…and we got on it plenty during our 7,591-mile encounter, and still averaged a great 26.2 miles-per-gallon.
Even with our R-Line’s 19-inch wheels and low profile tires, many drivers praised the Tiguan’s smooth ride quality; great for long-trips, though a few passengers did wish for more seat comfort.
So, if you’re in the market for a small crossover The Tiguan is a great place to start.