Volkswagen Tiguan MPG
The VW Tiguan is well-known for providing flexible cargo space and cutting-edge technology. It also has impressive fuel economy, earning an EPA-estimated 22/29/25 city/hwy/combined MPG.*
This especially comes in handy when taking on the busy streets of Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, and Harrisburg, PA. To better understand its far-reaching performance, check out our Volkswagen Tiguan MPG review.
Continue reading, and don’t hesitate to contact Faulkner Volkswagen with any questions!
VW Tiguan Fuel-Efficient Performance
The Volkswagen Tiguan S trim achieves an EPA-estimated 22/29/25 city/hwy/combined MPG when outfitted with front-wheel drive (FWD).* Those who choose the available 4Motion® all-wheel drive (AWD) system will only notice a slight difference in overall fuel consumption (EPA-estimated 21/29/24 city/hwy/combined MPG).*
Either way, the VW Tiguan is equipped with a 2.0L turbo 4-cylinder engine that’s mated to a seamless-shifting 8-speed automatic transmission with Sport mode. The engine delivers 184 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque—plenty of power for cruising the city streets or tackling the open highway.
Overall, you’ll have an automobile that’ll deliver a smooth ride that easily absorbs most imperfections in the road.
Volkswagen Tiguan Driving Dynamics
As we previously mentioned, the Volkswagen Tiguan is readily available in AWD. The 4MOTION® AWD system can automatically adapt to changing road conditions in real time, distributing power between the front and rear wheels. This is done before wheel slip can occur, providing optimum traction when trekking slippery roads and uneven terrain.
Driving Mode Selector
To allow greater control over your daily drive, the VW Tiguan offers several driver-selectable modes to tailor your experience on the road. In fact, you can choose between these 4MOTION® modes with just the simple turn of a dial.
The different driving modes you’ll find in this SUV include:
- Snow Mode: The engine can upshift earlier and stay at a lower RPM range. This helps prevent too much power from reaching the wheels too quickly, so the vehicle can remain stable.
- On-Road Mode: If you’re driving on a paved road in good weather, then this mode is great to use. It includes four different settings that help combine performance and comfort.
- Off-Road Mode: This mode can help maintain traction on more challenging surfaces. Combined with built-in Hill Descent Control, it helps you maintain a safe speed when descending a steep slope or winding back road.
- Off-Road Custom: This is used within the Off-Road Mode. Here, you can set various parameters like steering and all-wheel drive to customize your off-roading travels.
Test Drive a VW Tiguan
The Volkswagen Tiguan was built for adventuring around Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, and Harrisburg. That’s because it has the fuel economy you need to drive farther for longer. Plus, with multiple driving modes and an advanced AWD system, you can take on almost any type of road surface with confidence.
To experience this compact SUV in person, don’t wait. Test drive the VW Tiguan by visiting Faulkner Volkswagen or scheduling a visit today online!
*Based on EPA estimates. See www.fueleconomy.gov for details. Your mileage will vary and depend on several factors, including your driving habits and vehicle condition.