Technologically speaking, the Tiguan is up to date. A nice feature is that in combination with the optional Travel Assist, it proactively adjusts the speed when you have active cruise control activated. When approaching a roundabout or a sharp bend, the throttle is released to save energy.
Compared to its direct rivals - the Hyundai Tucson and the Opel Grandland X - the Tiguan is priced quite competitively. As a lease car, it also has a tax advantage: its 1.4 produces 110 kW, which reduces the registration tax to €867. The Tucson’s and Grandland’s 1.6 each produce 132kW, so they get a settlement of €2,478 from the treasury.