I will never understand why people get very upset over one or two minor issues. I mean, VW has had serious problems in the past, but somehow people seem to be all a-flutter for the tiguan. Just a couple of weeks ago, VW made a statement on social media and apologized for the problems they’ve had with the tiguan. You can’t really fault VW for this one.
The problems with the tiguan have been a long time coming for VW, and they were one of the major reasons that the German automaker got into trouble before they were even able to produce any cars. As I said, the tiguan is not an easy car to drive, so the fact that VW made an admission on social media about what they had to do to fix their problems is just a bit much.
The tiguan was made before VW had ever done a proper design study and there were no real numbers for how many accidents VW had caused. The real problem with the tiguan is that you are not supposed to have two drivers in a vehicle. You have to have one seat available and one person to drive.
VW is not expected to have a problem with this car in 2016, but they did admit in a blog post that they had problems with the design so they had to do a factory reset. A factory reset is basically a hard reset of a car (replacing all of the sensors and wiring) so VW got to fix the problem before they could release the car.
In the good news, VW is now expected to have a problem with the tiguan by 2016, but they have only got it into a factory reset. This means they have to fix the problem as soon as possible and you will not be able to buy this car in 2016.
Volkswagen didn’t have this problem with their VW Polo, but you should be aware that their Polo doesn’t have the same problems as the tiguan, so you can’t expect a Polo to be a good alternative.
The 2016 VW Tiguan will be getting a brand new engine though. In the video above, the guys talk about the problem they had with the engine and how VW had to fix it before they could release the car. The problem was with the engine’s power delivery, which means it was unable to push enough to the rear wheels if the rear wheels were in contact with the ground.
VW may have changed their engine, but the problem is basically the same. VW has been pretty vocal about their problems with the Tiguan. They recently released a video with the engine problem in it, and even made it a part of the video. What I hope to get out of this is that VW will be more receptive to their customers, and in doing so give the Tiguan a bigger presence in the market.
Volkswagen has been pretty tight-lipped about the Tiguan’s problems, which is a little odd given that they already confirmed that the car’s engine failed during the summer test. There is a chance that VW is really just being coy about the problems. The more likely explanation is that the engine failure actually did happen during the summer test, but the problem was never properly diagnosed.
That VW problem is so serious that VW had to send a group of engineers to a desert island to do tests on the Tiguan’s car’s engine. It’s unclear if VW’s engineer who did the work had any idea what he was doing, but suffice it to say that VW has to send engineers to a desert to work on a car that’s basically worthless right now.