Now this might seem like a harsh assessment of what appears to be a decent SUV offering from VW. But while it may seem perfectly decent upon first introduction, over time the Tiguan demonstrates flaws that would give anyone a serious case of buyer’s remorse.
One area in which the Tiguan excels is body rigidity. The doors slam with that solid Teutonic thunk that we expect from VW and everything feels nicely screwed together. The Tiguan also is the most highly rated 2011 compact SUV for roof strength in case of a rollover. So if you tend to do that rather frequently this might be a good SUV for you. For the rest of the review, click here!