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What Owners Say
"There was an engine air flow sensor and pump that are part of the exhaust system that failed, causing the check engine light to come on"Anonymous, PA (2019 Volkswagen Tiguan SEL 2.0-L 4 Cyl turbo)
"The front camera/sensor had to be reset as the automatic braking and associated systems did not work."Eric S., NY (2019 Volkswagen Tiguan Premium 2.0-L 4 Cyl turbo)
"Lane assist caused my car to try to go across three lanes on the expressway, it took complete control of the vehicle, not letting me stay in my lane and headed me towards the concrete barrier."Anonymous, IL (2019 Volkswagen Tiguan Premium 2.0-L 4 Cyl turbo)
"While driving on the expressway the lane assist system took over completely, trying to steer me across 3 lanes into the concrete divider. It fought me while I tried to maintain control and I was zig zagging across 3 lanes, trying to steer, brake, stay in one lane. It was terrifying to have no control over my car. I managed to not die, amazingly. It was a miracle no one hit me and I didn't hit another car or the concrete barrier. I took the car to the dealership and they experienced the same issue, surprising since usually when they have it, the car acts perfectly. The dealership claimed all the wheels were out of alignment, which I don't understand as I didn't hit anything, no curb, no potholes, yet all 4 wheels were out of whack. They said due to the misalignment the lane assist took over as it read a problem. It cost a bundle as that wasn't covered under the wonderful 6 year warranty. I have disabled the lane assist as I no longer trust it and am quite frankly afraid to drive it with that system in place, now. So much for extra safety. I'd love to get a different car but right now can't afford to do so. I do not recommend this car at all, dangerous."Anonymous, IL (2019 Volkswagen Tiguan Premium 2.0-L 4 Cyl turbo)