Thursday December 5, 2019

Tiguan is ready to take its place in the ‘always on’ culture

A powerful new bi-turbo diesel engine won’t come to Ireland in the Volkswagen Tiguan, but more significant new technology will

7th August, 2016
The new Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDI bi-turbo R-Line brings us squarely into the age of the Internet of Things

For once, we’re going to skip through the oily bits in this review. You see, while it’s verging on the amusing that Volkswagen has decided to slot its 2.0-litre bi-turbo TDI diesel engine into the Tiguan (does anyone really, truly need a family SUV with more performance than a first generation Porsche Boxster?) that’s not the focus of our drive feature.

So, here are the mechanical headlines. The bi-turbo...

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