I found the dual-clutch transmission a bit unpredictable, tending to cling to the second gear for longer than necessary when accelerating, it sounds like it’s straining the small engine. It’s a minor nuisance that loses another interesting driving experience, with Allspace providing excellent driving and handling abilities on par with a regular Tiguan.
Allspace displays good maneuverability around our local supermarket parking lot and allows for more visibility on the front, back and sides. The reversing camera image resolution is one of the best I see for both day and night driving and, along with front and rear parking sensors, make navigating tight spots easy. easy.
With the third row in use, there is still 230 liters of boot space – enough for a few kids scooters or weekly supermarket store. With the seats folded flat (and the upright second row) increased to an impressive 700 liters, up 75 liters on the regular Tiguan.
Taking it to another notch with both flat folding rows provides a 1775-liter space like the van. Under the boot floor is the storage area for the cargo lid, and below the compartment is a space-saving spare wheel. Access to the boot is made easy, thanks to a powered tailgate with kick access when you have at hand full of groceries or kids.
There is a large amount of storage elsewhere in Tiguan, with various hiding holes and two large roof control compartments. You will be hard to run out of place to store things in this car.
Allspace is rated five-star (maximum) ANCAP with an impressive number of safety kits, including airbags extending to the third row, AEB (for city speeds and highways), pedestrian monitoring sets, automatic parking, lane keeping assist, and ‘Mobile brakes’ will brake the vehicle if someone is behind it while you are backing. More than enough for any parent to feel secure.
Over the weekend, the four of us drove about 350km to drive in cities and cities, with the trip computer displaying fuel consumption of 9.7 liters / 100km. On the slightly higher and fairer side than the VW, claims 6.6 liters / 100km. It’s worth noting that the 58-liter fuel tank in the 110TSI variant is slightly smaller than the rest of the range.
The impressive list of the safety, technology and practical features of the Tiguan Allspace 110TSI, and its excellent performance and performance, make for an attractive case, especially at this price.
If you’re looking for a little grumble, it’s worth paying attention to the 132TSI Safety Line.