What's the used Volkswagen Tiguan like?
The Tiguan was Volkswagen's first crossover and adheres to the company's usual strengths of quality and refinement.
This Tiguan is a practical car, with room for up to five, and rear seats that slide to favour leg room or boot space. At 505 litres, the boot isn't the biggest, but it's a useful, rectangular shape without awkward intrusions.
Drivers sit low in the cabin, giving a car-like feel, and the dashboard is logically laid out and built from high-quality materials. All models come with decent safety kit, including stability control, side and window airbags, and ISOFIX child seat mounts.
The Tiguan is far from perfect to drive, but it's not offensive, either. While the stiff suspension brings a slightly unsettled ride at lower speeds, it settles down nicely as the speed increases to become a relaxed and composed cruiser.