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What's new: The revised Tiguan now bears "a strong resemblance to its big brother the Touareg", still offers two front-end options - one biased for on-road driving and another for off-road - along with new technology and improved emissions.
Excellent: Up against anything from a Volvo XC60 to Nissan's Qashqai, VW wins on whole-life costs at 56.4 pence per mile (or 54.1ppm for the 2WD equivalent).
Good: Engines have improved emissions, with the entry-level 2WD 2.0-litre TDI 110hp at 139g/km. The best-seller is the 2.0 140hp TDI, as tested, which matches those emissions. Add 4WD '4Motion' and emissions go up to 150g/km CO2.
Average: Spec levels are low with lots of costly options. Still, the low-mid option of four now includes rain and parking sensors, fatigue detection and DAB radio.
Poor: Refinement isn't as good as you'd expect and, while it's an overall good bet, it's lacking excitement.
Verdict: The Tiguan offers good power, handling, steering and economy in an attractive package. There's no doubt VW's revised offering will hold its own for many crossover buyers.
VW Tiguan 2.0 TDI 140hp SE 4Motion
BIK 20/40% per month
The Tiguan offers good power, handling, steering and economy in an attractive package. There's no doubt VW's revised offering will hold its own for many crossover buyers.