The 2022 Tiguan has been updated with new LED headlamps, a reworked front and bumper, and new wheel styles.
Four-cylinder turbocharged engine with 184 horsepower; front-wheel drive is normal; 4Motion all-wheel drive is an option.
With ratings of 23 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, the front-wheel drive variant is predicted by the EPA to be the most economical.
The Tiguan is one of the only cars in its class that may be ordered with seating for seven, while other models have greater room for the second row's legs.
The Tiguan achieved a somewhat leisurely zero-to-60 mph time of 9.1 seconds at our test track.