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All Hail Tiguan, King of Concrete Jungle

There are a lot of choices on the market when it comes to compact SUVs and crossovers, but few provide the engineering, performance, efficiency and quality of drive that comes with the totally redesigned VW Tiguan. The 2018 Tiguan features an exterior with powerful lines that make it ready to claim the mantle as boss of hauling people and stuff. Inside, the attention to detail, use of quality materials and craftsmanship make it a pleasure to own and drive. Now backed with the People’s Warranty, a six-year/72,000-mile security blanket of coverage, the Tiguan really has no competition. Check out the new king of the concrete jungle when you take a trip to Chapman VW Tucson.

Challenging Roads No Problem

Just because the VW Tiguan offers a smooth, comfortable ride, don’t expect your driving experience to be dull. The Tiguan can play nice with others when it has to, turning your daily commute into more of a pleasure cruise. Once the road, or trail, becomes more challenging, just slip into the optional 4Motion all-wheel drive and let the Tiguan distribute the power between the rear and front wheels as needed. If you’re taking a trip up to the Snow Bowl and run into some icy roads, just switch into snow mode and the engine will restrict itself from providing too much power so the wheels don’t slip. Off-road mode keeps you in control when the pavement ends, enabling hill descent control to take steep declines at a safe pace.

VW Digital Cockpit a True Breakthrough

The VW Digital Cockpit is an option you should seriously consider in the new Tiguan, allowing you to store up to four different driver profiles for varying displays of information. This 12.3-inch display sits in place of the traditional speedometer and gauges, letting you keep all vital information, including navigation, in line-of-sight with the road. The VW infotainment system works with compatible smartphones to let you utilize a limited number of apps for hands-free phone calls or to stream music or podcasts.

Longer Wheelbase Means More Room

Although the VW Tiguan is technically in the compact SUV category, the new design features a wheelbase that’s 10 inches longer than the 2017 model. That means more room for legs, shoulders and stuff. Fold the rear seats down and you have 73.5 cubic feet of cargo room, which is plenty for those occasional runs to the big box store or to finally convince your spouse to pick up a big screen TV. From the design to the engineering to the comfort, the 2018 VW Tiguan is built for people who enjoy driving. Take a test drive today when you visit Chapman VW Tucson.

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