The Tiguan doesn’t have the most exciting cabin, but there are plenty of soft-touch plastics, and the controls work with a reassuring precision. Look closer, however, and there’s a surprising amount of hard, scratchy plastic and less impressive fit and finish. It isn’t bad at all, but you’d expect better. The previous generation Tiguan was awarded five stars in the 2014 JD Power Survey, although unfortunately the latest model is too new to be rated. A three-year/60,000-mile warranty is standard.