2017 Volkswagen Tiguan review
While comfortable, well built, and distinctively styled, the Tiguan is short on interior space and high on price, making it a hard sell. It’s one of the more sporty crossovers, though; a lively chassis and well-tuned suspension impart a level of agility most competitors can’t match. A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder makes 200 hp and drives the front wheels through a six-speed automatic. All-wheel drive is optional, but even so, the Tiguan remains best suited for on-road exploits.
Road test: Volkswagen Tiguan 1,4 TSI Comfortline DSG