The ‘18 Tiguan reminds me of my dog, Joy. I didn’t adopt Joy because she’s the best dog, having ranked her stats against other dogs; I simply chose her because she made me feel good.
Likewise, the Tiguan is a mutt that just might feel right. It offers a grab bag of good and bad features: three rows, but thirsty engine. Tasteful interior, but dull exterior. Ample space, but lifeless handling.
It’s hard to say you should rush out and buy a Tiguan. However, the mutt-like crossover is worth a test drive to see if it simply feels right.
– Chris Butsch, The Millennial Motorist