The wonderful thing about Tiguans
A midlife update for the Tiguan SUV includes plug-in hybrid power for the first time
Though the Golf is probably the best-known Volkswagen nameplate, it’s the Tiguan, a mid-sized SUV, that’s arguably the most important to the company’s bottom line.
This is true across Europe and emphasised in Ireland with the Tiguan’s position in the new car sales chart – fourth overall last year and third so far for 2020. Given it‘s been on sale for four years, that’s an impressive achievement, especially when...
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