German automaker Volkswagen first introduced the Tiguan in 2007 with a PQ46 platform of the B6 Generation VW Passat. The nameplate made headlines as one of the company’s best-selling vehicles worldwide. In 2018, a second-generation Tiguan was introduced with a refreshed face featuring stronger details and a more comfortable driving experience through new technology. The interiors have also improved from its plain black finishes to the new upgraded, more premium upholstery and accents. The 2018 Tiguan is a compact crossover 5-seater vehicle. Consistent with Volkswagen’s style, it features smooth curves, hood lines, and roof rail that create a tough yet timeless look. Inside, the vehicle is generally all about comfort with its spacious cabin that maximizes legroom, its cruise control feature, and its multi-function drive wheel. The new crossover model also does not lack in the safety department with its climatronic dual-zone air conditioning, keyless-go entry, and exit, push start system, and hill hold system for a safer climb or descent. The vehicle runs on a 1.4-liter gasoline engine paired with a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission.