The Tiguan SUV is one of Volkswagen’s most successful vehicles in the market with over 6 million units sold since it came out in 2019. The historical triumphs of the Tiguan have led the German auto giant to release the 2021 model.
The 2021 Tiguan gets a fresh redesign with a new front fascia. The front grille is wider and blends seamlessly into the attractive LED headlights.
The SUV looks more like its cousins the Touareg and the Atlas Cross Sport, now that it has a beautiful front end. The front bumpers have also been augmented to exude a dominant look, making the Tiguan look sporty as well as bulky. Last on the list of exterior upgrades is a fresh new design for the rims.
Inside the cabin, VW has introduced touch sliders and islands that allow you to navigate through the car’s controls by softly touching the buttons. These new buttons can be used to toggle the standard heated seats, the Climatronic automatic climate control, and rear window defrost. The 2021 Tiguan also gets the MIB3 infotainment system that has an 8-inch screen as standard, but that gets bigger as you move up to the more executive trims.
The 2021 Tiguan SUV gets a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine under its hood. The TSI engine packs a punch with its 184 hp and 221 lb-ft of torque, while mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The SUV gets several driver-assist features as well to help drivers make the most out of any situation.
The 2021 VW Tiguan is an excellent offering for car enthusiasts. It checks all the right boxes when it comes to modern technology, driver-assist features, safety features, and relentless performance. There is a reason the Tiguan sold millions of units in just two years of being in production. If you are interested in buying one, see Orangewheels Leasing’s latest deals on a new Tiguan here.