Why the VW Tiguan is not just a family car

EWN’s motoring reporter Jacob Moshokoa says the new VW Tiguan is a vehicle ready for adventures.

Moshoakoa drove the VW Tiguan and gave reasons on why people should buy it.

“With an interior as impressive as its exterior, the new Tiguan means you don’t have to choose between style and family life.

He says the car is also spacious and easy to drive.

Price range? Expect to pay from R463,000 to R571 100.


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