Volkswagen Tiguan Long Term Report: June 2020

By Ishan Raghava | on June 28, 2020

In this increasingly bizarre year, the month of May once again threw up many surprises for most of us. For me, the big positive was the opening up of the movement curbs enough that I could attend office every day of the week, and while in normal times I might have grumbled about this, in our increasingly strange world, it really is a blessing. 

Other than my daily commute – which is currently fantastic because there’s so little traffic on the roads – I also got to do a highway trip this month. With some important legal work pending in my hometown, it meant getting permission from the relevant authorities and then a 2-day trip. And being on the road, after a gap of nearly 3 months, and with an empty highway to boot, the Tiguan was right on song. It’s rare to get empty highways to yourself in our country, but this trip once again showed me why the famed high-speed handling of VW’s cars is valued so much. 

We were doing three-digit speeds throughout the journey, and the Tiguan, was, to put it simply, fantastic.  


When it came: June 2019

Current Odo reading: 31,070kms

Mileage this month: 2,290kms

Fuel efficiency: 12.5km/l

What’s good: High-speed stability

What’s not: None

Also read - Volkswagen Tiguan Long Term Report: May 2020

Volkswagen Tiguan Long Term Report: March 2020

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VW/Skoda are overall fantastic vehicles, great build quality, great handling, excellent & practical interiors, feature rich etc etc. only for the few shortcomings i.e : the high maintenance cost, poor service & a few small changes needed to adapt to the Indian conditions. Rest all is pretty good. I have a superb & a tiguan for the last 5-6 years. Impeccable products.

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