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Volkswagen aims high with new Tiguan

The new VW fits perfectly with buyers’ expectations of a modern crossover

24th July, 2016
The new Volkswagen Tiguan feels far more car-like to drive than many of its rivals

The crossover has become one of the most important body styles for car manufacturers, and here in Ireland, that’s underlined by strong sales. For several brands, their bestseller is a crossover. No surprise then that those without a crossover in their line-ups are rushing to get one onto the market.

But on the other side, there are manufacturers that have long produced compact SUVs, and they too are readjusting to demand for more...

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