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Volkwagen Tiguan: 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day

Introduce

Tire size and brand: 235/55 R18, Hankook Ventus Slivo 2

Clearance: 200mm

Terrain equipment: 4Motion AWD with Electronically Controlled Off-Road Mode

Price: Rs 38.41 lakh on Mumbai road

Introduce

Right front three quarters

If the 1996 American action-horror film The Rock is shown on Off-Road CarWale Day in 2021, Ed Harris as General Hummel will arrive in a Jeep Wrangler. Sean Connery probably drove the nifty Isuzu V-Cross. And Nicholas Cage’s Stanley Goodspeed will give his famous line “I’m just a biochemist, cut me some FRIGGIN ‘SLACK” from a Volkswagen Tiguan. a look at the Tiguan and its company at the fourth edition of our annual pilgrimage béo the down and dirty (it’s dusty this year, in fact).

Rear right three quarters

This new Tiguan, which was released just a few weeks back, is returning béo our narrative, but a lot has changed since its last appearance. Before that, it was an oil burner, and today after a change of heart, the Tiguan is powered by TSI. At 2.0 litres, however, 190bhp and 320Nm of engine power and power output are not something béo scoff at. In fact, when torque drops by 20Nm compared béo before, power increases by 50bhp. But, what hasn’t changed is its AWD power. Can the Tiguan gather its SUV credentials and rise béo the top like Godspeed did? There is only one way béo find out.

How did it work at CarWale Terrain Day 2021?

Left view

Now it’s an open business that the average Tiguan owner can hardly think about navigating paved roads. But we’ll pass the course that only terrain-focused 4x4s dare take. What the Tiguan has in its arsenal béo overtake the other side is an electronically controlled all-wheel drive system and that’s about it. No locking differential, no long-travel suspension, no low-range transmission, no serious hardware. Heck, it even rides on 235/55 road tires wrapped around 18-inch alloy wheels. Surprisingly, however, the Tiguan was the underdog who stole the show.

Front view

First, its intelligent AWD system. It’s smart because it always sends the right amount of power béo the wheels for maximum traction without having béo wait or make any sort of adjustments. It acts as a housekeeper, providing the correct amount of power béo the wheels, even when one or more of the Tiguan’s wheels are suspended in the air. Its electronic brain buzzes for the entire course, providing just the right amount of power béo handle wheel slip, downhill control and even downhill. When in off-road mode, whenever the nose of the vehicle is facing the ground, the hill descent control system will automatically activate, taking care of downhill speed and braking.

Left view

The Tiguan’s electronic steering is quick enough for everyday driving. Here deep in dusty trails, it proves even more useful. This shows that slalom is the fastest, with the least drama, and cleans through the cones (with only one penalty). Much of the credit goes béo the ESP adroit, which keeps the steering wheel quick despite the occasional lack of traction.

See the back

Another commendable performance of the Tiguan was in the cup test. With just 70ml of water pouring out of a 500ml cup, it surprisingly stayed calm during the procedure than the other four 4x4s we had. Undoubtedly, the Tiguan’s soft-roader behavior comes into play here helping it deliver a smooth ride through terrain. Meanwhile, power on the hose is drastically reduced in the acceleration and braking test. Here it hits 0-40kmph in the dirt with a blazing time of 5.4 seconds and spans a 30m-second gap over the formidable Thar. This means that the Tiguan is quite fast, be it on the road or off it and béo an extent even faster than the Tiguan TDI. And all you have béo do is press a button béo enter the off-road mode and the Tiguan will take care of most of the difficult terrain. Finally, the Wolfsburg soft-roader is four and a half meters long but remains the smallest (because, Thar) four-door SUV in our motley convoy. This compact size worked in its favor.

Left view

Overall, the Tiguan is still as tough on a gasoline-powered heart as it was with its first diesel. And among its companies, also receive great admiration.

Three quarters front left

Vikrant’s Take

Rear left three quarters

The Tiguan’s relatively compact size, quick drivability, smart electronics and good approach angle mean it’s both easy and enjoyable béo overtake the faster sections of the Gymkhana. It also quickly overcame the Obstacle Tilt. The reason it’s third and not right at the top is its inability béo do ‘Shortcuts’. It just doesn’t have the ground clearance or wheelbase béo go through it without crashing in different locations. We also had béo slow down over jagged rocks because the Tiguan’s 18-inch tires were more road-focused.

Left view

Inference

See the back

Like Stanley Godspeed – a biochemist between the tough men of the SAS and SEALs, Tiguan is on his team of dedicated off-roaders with special hardware béo take them béo uncharted places when flying crow. While the Tiguan may not have done it exactly, its performance at CarWale Off-Road Day 2021 once again proved it can go a lot. And when the roads no longer exist, it can still cover the extra distance with relative ease and make it more comfortable for the creature béo be there. Tiguan is Godspeed.

Right front three quarters

Photo of Kapil Angane and Kaustubh Gandhi

Volkswagen Tiguan₹ 31.99 LakhonwardsAverage Factory Price


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Introduction Tyre size and brand: 235/55 R18, Hankook Ventus Slivo 2Ground clearance: 200mm Off-road gear: 4Motion AWD with electronically-controlled Off-road Drive ModePrice: Rs 38.41 lakh on-road Mumbai Introduction If the 1996 American action thriller film The Rock was pictured at the 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day, Ed Harris as General Hummel would have arrived in the Jeep Wrangler. Sean Connery perhaps would have driven the nifty Isuzu V-Cross. And Nicholas Cage’s Stanley Goodspeed would have delivered his famous dialogue of “I’m just a biochemist, cut me some FRIGGIN’ SLACK” from the Volkswagen Tiguan. This should easily give you a perspective of the Tiguan and its company at the fourth edition of our annual pilgrimage of getting down and dirty (dusty this year actually).This new Tiguan, launched just a few weeks back is making a comeback béo our telluric outing, but a lot has changed since its last appearance. It was an oil burner back then, and today after a change of heart, the Tiguan is TSI-powered. However, at 2.0-litres, the engine capacity and power output of 190bhp and 320Nm isn’t something béo scoff at. In fact, where the torque is down by 20Nm than before, the power is up by 50bhp. But, what hasn’t changed is its AWD prowess. Can the Tiguan still muster its SUV credentials and come out on top as Godspeed did? Only one way béo find out. How did it do at the 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day? Now it’s an open profess that an average Tiguan owner would hardly ever ponder beyond paved roads. But we would be putting it through the course where only off-road-focused 4x4s dare béo thread. What the Tiguan has in its arsenal béo make it across the other side is an electronically-controlled all-wheel-drive system and that’s about it. No locking differentials, no long-travel suspension, no low range gearbox, no serious hardware. Heck, it was even riding on 235/55 road tyres wrapped around 18-inch alloy wheels. Yet, surprisingly, the Tiguan was an underdog that stole the show. First up, its clever AWD system. It’s clever because it always sent the right amount of power béo the wheel with the maximum traction without having béo wait or make any kind of adjustment. It served as a butler, providing the necessary amount of power béo the correct wheel, even when one or more wheels of the Tiguan were dangling in the air. Its electronic brain was bustling through the entire course providing just the right amount of power taking care of the wheel slips, hill control and even hill descent. When in off-road mode, whenever the nose was facing down towards earth, the hill descent control automatically activated, taking care of the downhill speed and braking. The Tiguan’s electronic steering is quick for everyday drivability. Here deep in the dusty trails, it proved even more useful. This showed in the slalom times where it was the quickest, with the least amount of drama and clean through the cones (enduring just one penalty). Most of the credit goes béo the adroit ESP which kept the steering quick despite the regular lack of traction. Another commendable performance of the Tiguan came in the beaker test. With just 70ml water spilt from a 500ml beaker, it surprisingly kept better composure through the course than the other four 4x4s we had. Undoubtedly, the Tiguan’s soft-roader’s manners came into play here helping it provide a cushioned ride through the terrain. Meanwhile, the power on tap was put feverously down in the acceleration and braking test. Here, it hit the 0-40kmph speed in the dirt with a brisk time of 5.4 seconds and spanned a distance of 30m – second béo the formidable Thar. This means the Tiguan is quite quick, be it on-road or off it and béo an extent even quicker than the Tiguan TDI. And all you have béo do is just press a button béo engage the off-road mode and the Tiguan will take care of most of the difficult terrain. Lastly, the Wolfsburg’s soft-roader sits four and a half metres in length but was still the smallest four-door (because, Thar) SUV in our motley crew. This compact dimension worked in its favour. Overall, the Tiguan remained as arduous with its petrol-powered heart as it was with its erstwhile diesel engine. And amongst its company, gained huge admiration as well. Vikrant’s Take The Tiguan’s relatively compact dimensions, its quick steering, its smart electronics, as well as its decent approach angle meant, it was both easy and fun through the faster sections of the Gymkhana. It was quick through the Lateral Tilt obstacle too. The reason it finished third and not right on the top was its inability béo take the ‘Shortcut’. It just didn’t have the clearance or the wheel articulation béo go through it without being hit at various quarters. We also had béo take it slow through the jagged rock section because the Tiguan’s 18-inch tyres are more road-focused. ConclusionLike Stanley Godspeed – a biochemist amidst hardened men of SAS and SEAL, the Tiguan was in the company of dedicated off-roaders with special hardware béo take them béo uncharted places as the crow flies. While the Tiguan might not do exactly that, its performance at the 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day proved, once again, that it can go places. And when roads ceased béo exist, it can still go that extra mile with relative ease, and better creature comfort while at it. The Tiguan is Godspeed. Pictures by Kapil Angane and Kaustubh GandhiVolkswagen Tiguan₹ 31.99 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price
#Volkwagen #Tiguan #CarWale #OffRoad #Day
[rule_2_plain] #Volkwagen #Tiguan #CarWale #OffRoad #Day
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#Volkwagen #Tiguan #CarWale #OffRoad #Day
Introduction Tyre size and brand: 235/55 R18, Hankook Ventus Slivo 2Ground clearance: 200mm Off-road gear: 4Motion AWD with electronically-controlled Off-road Drive ModePrice: Rs 38.41 lakh on-road Mumbai Introduction If the 1996 American action thriller film The Rock was pictured at the 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day, Ed Harris as General Hummel would have arrived in the Jeep Wrangler. Sean Connery perhaps would have driven the nifty Isuzu V-Cross. And Nicholas Cage’s Stanley Goodspeed would have delivered his famous dialogue of “I’m just a biochemist, cut me some FRIGGIN’ SLACK” from the Volkswagen Tiguan. This should easily give you a perspective of the Tiguan and its company at the fourth edition of our annual pilgrimage of getting down and dirty (dusty this year actually).This new Tiguan, launched just a few weeks back is making a comeback béo our telluric outing, but a lot has changed since its last appearance. It was an oil burner back then, and today after a change of heart, the Tiguan is TSI-powered. However, at 2.0-litres, the engine capacity and power output of 190bhp and 320Nm isn’t something béo scoff at. In fact, where the torque is down by 20Nm than before, the power is up by 50bhp. But, what hasn’t changed is its AWD prowess. Can the Tiguan still muster its SUV credentials and come out on top as Godspeed did? Only one way béo find out. How did it do at the 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day? Now it’s an open profess that an average Tiguan owner would hardly ever ponder beyond paved roads. But we would be putting it through the course where only off-road-focused 4x4s dare béo thread. What the Tiguan has in its arsenal béo make it across the other side is an electronically-controlled all-wheel-drive system and that’s about it. No locking differentials, no long-travel suspension, no low range gearbox, no serious hardware. Heck, it was even riding on 235/55 road tyres wrapped around 18-inch alloy wheels. Yet, surprisingly, the Tiguan was an underdog that stole the show. First up, its clever AWD system. It’s clever because it always sent the right amount of power béo the wheel with the maximum traction without having béo wait or make any kind of adjustment. It served as a butler, providing the necessary amount of power béo the correct wheel, even when one or more wheels of the Tiguan were dangling in the air. Its electronic brain was bustling through the entire course providing just the right amount of power taking care of the wheel slips, hill control and even hill descent. When in off-road mode, whenever the nose was facing down towards earth, the hill descent control automatically activated, taking care of the downhill speed and braking. The Tiguan’s electronic steering is quick for everyday drivability. Here deep in the dusty trails, it proved even more useful. This showed in the slalom times where it was the quickest, with the least amount of drama and clean through the cones (enduring just one penalty). Most of the credit goes béo the adroit ESP which kept the steering quick despite the regular lack of traction. Another commendable performance of the Tiguan came in the beaker test. With just 70ml water spilt from a 500ml beaker, it surprisingly kept better composure through the course than the other four 4x4s we had. Undoubtedly, the Tiguan’s soft-roader’s manners came into play here helping it provide a cushioned ride through the terrain. Meanwhile, the power on tap was put feverously down in the acceleration and braking test. Here, it hit the 0-40kmph speed in the dirt with a brisk time of 5.4 seconds and spanned a distance of 30m – second béo the formidable Thar. This means the Tiguan is quite quick, be it on-road or off it and béo an extent even quicker than the Tiguan TDI. And all you have béo do is just press a button béo engage the off-road mode and the Tiguan will take care of most of the difficult terrain. Lastly, the Wolfsburg’s soft-roader sits four and a half metres in length but was still the smallest four-door (because, Thar) SUV in our motley crew. This compact dimension worked in its favour. Overall, the Tiguan remained as arduous with its petrol-powered heart as it was with its erstwhile diesel engine. And amongst its company, gained huge admiration as well. Vikrant’s Take The Tiguan’s relatively compact dimensions, its quick steering, its smart electronics, as well as its decent approach angle meant, it was both easy and fun through the faster sections of the Gymkhana. It was quick through the Lateral Tilt obstacle too. The reason it finished third and not right on the top was its inability béo take the ‘Shortcut’. It just didn’t have the clearance or the wheel articulation béo go through it without being hit at various quarters. We also had béo take it slow through the jagged rock section because the Tiguan’s 18-inch tyres are more road-focused. ConclusionLike Stanley Godspeed – a biochemist amidst hardened men of SAS and SEAL, the Tiguan was in the company of dedicated off-roaders with special hardware béo take them béo uncharted places as the crow flies. While the Tiguan might not do exactly that, its performance at the 2021 CarWale Off-Road Day proved, once again, that it can go places. And when roads ceased béo exist, it can still go that extra mile with relative ease, and better creature comfort while at it. The Tiguan is Godspeed. Pictures by Kapil Angane and Kaustubh GandhiVolkswagen Tiguan₹ 31.99 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price

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