The negative and positive aspects of the VW Tiguan.
I do not like the way the brake pedal will go all the way to the floor. But I like the fact that it is compact and comfortable. It has good cargo and passenger space for a compact SUV. It also has a smooth ride and a long list of standard and available technology features, good combination of space, and family-friendly features. Another negative point is that three adults cannot sit comfortably in the back because the seats are too small for adults. Also, its lone available engine has lethargic acceleration and subpar fuel economy. I just read that the VW redesigned the Tiguan for the 2018 model year. The new edition's engine puts out 16 fewer horsepower, but it feels more energetic and gets about 2 more mpg than the old engine. The old six-speed automatic transmission is swapped for an eight-speed automatic. While the previous-generation Tiguan sat just five, the 2018 model is larger and offers a third-row seat that ups seating capacity to seven. The new 2018 model has much more cargo space, a larger infotainment touch screen, and many more driver assistance features, including adaptive cruise control, a surround-view camera, pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking.