As we've all come to expect from Volkswagen, the interior of the Tiguan is full of well-designed, high-quality materials that fit together properly and are placed so that they make sense ergonomically. The exterior profile makes the Tiguan look like a scaled-down Touareg, which wouldn't be a bad thing, except it seems to be scaled down about half a size too small. Compared with its Japanese, Korean, and American competitors, the Tiguan is lacking in the one thing that crossover vehicles are supposed to provide - cargo capacity. With the second row in place, there is only 23.8 cubic feet of capacity (56.1 with the second row folded). And to top it all off, the Tiguan is priced higher than those same competitors.
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