19 questions from our users
km per lt on infotainment system is this after
air con and other usage 2016tiguan
Frank h again
The question is (when kms per lt is shown on screen is this the kms you are getting while eccesories in use.
Because eccesories also show usage it looks like ther is no change in kms per lt
Tiguan 2016 110TDI MY2017 comfortline with almost 100000km what problems can I expect?
Fuel consumption has risen from 7L/100kms to 11L/100kms with no change in driving habits or trip length. Car is 3 years old and has 26,000 kms. Increase became apparent in last six months. Has anyone experienced similar?
I got a 2009 vw Tiguan with 98000km. My intake manifold switch/ sensor is not working properly. Does it cover the warranty!!
How to fix it and cost please!! Any help!!
My Tiguan 2009 twice in 2 days refused to turn off engine even when key turned to off then removed! I put key back in and turned on then off again, that worked, but what causes this?
I live here in Anchorage Alaska. I owned a 2010 Tiguan Volkswagen. As I experienced my Tiguan fail to start in the morning on our minus 7 degrees temperature what should I do? Pls E. Mail me Betsaydadred@yahoo.com. thank you.
Hello from Caloundra,QLD, Australia.
Sounds like your battery,if you are only getting a clicking sound from under the bonnet,there is not enough charge in your battery to turn over ther starter motor, battery has gone. You need to have it checked by your auto club road assist if you have one there,and replace with a battery that is suitable for those conditions and your car. Being so cold,batteries need to be fully charged at all times! your alternator should also be checked that it is charging at the correct amperage. Batteries can be lazy,an auto expression,means your battery is not working hard enough to be able to keep the charge. Driving with lights on will help to work the battery, short runs in your cold conditions is not good for Diesel engines,I am assuming you have a petrol engine, being garaged will help also to keep battery life, warmer conditions. I hope this helps you out Mildred.
Transmission knocking and creeking only when in driving slow in streets from third to second gear mostly has anyone had a problem like this? I just had my transmission service yesterday and it's still the same now I have some more Knicks whilst driving in a strait line when backing off or increasing speed a lilt more.
Hope Someone can help me trying to find out how to get it fixed. thank you
Have a 2011 Tiguan lock problem. The rear trunk wont unlock and the driver door and right passenger door wont lock. Any ideas please ?
Starting from 2009 does anyone know where Tiguan Volkswagen were assembled?
My 2010 Tiguan's air con compressor has just failed. The car has done almost 60000km. The people who replaced it told me that they had one with the same problem the day before and that they have also had a fair number of Golfs with the same problem. Is this a common problem?
I do not know of air con issues. But engine oil consumption issue is apparently common with TSI engines which is also used in Golf and Tiguan. The fix is to change the engine block according to VW Germany. As long as it is under warranty this would be handled as warranty repairs at no cost to the owner, it seems.
We're beyond 60000 in our 2010 tsi and no issues have come up with the aircon nor have I heard anything in that regard from other owners before now.
The air conditioner failure is a known issue. It's documented here: http://www.my-gti.com/2583/volkswagen-golf-gti-passat-jetta-eos-rabbit-and-tiguan-air-conditioner-compressor-failure. Volkswagen Technical Product Information # 2023580/1, Repair Operation # 87 34 01 99. There are a few car forums around where people have had VW fix the issue even though the car is outside the warranty period. It seems because it was a known issue - Volkswagen (in Australia at least), will pay for the parts and the customer will pay for the labour if the car is outside warranty. This still means around a $600-$700 cost to the owner of the vehicle, but it's better than the $2600-$2800 it costs to replace the air conditioning compressor.
I just bought new tiguan 132tsi, i feel the sound is very loud, when i keeping speed drive. I stoped the car is quite, up speed is ok, down and keeping speed the noise is coming. the car only 400km.
I don't know what type of noise is bothering you but here is my experience: Our 103 TDI makes a drumming noise at town speeds. I first thought it was caused by a torque reaction at low engine speed. Now I think it is just exhaust resonance, since I cannot feel any vibration. I consider it the price we pay for good fuel economy. I don't notice it now. Tyres with an off-road tread were fitted by mistake at 90,000 km. These are very noisy at town speed but at 100 kph they go quiet. The car is mostly used for highway cruising and the chunky tyres are wearing well so I left them on. In my opinion off-road tread tyres are best fitted only to vehicles where the body is rubber mounted on a chassis to isolate the road noise. I will make sure our next set of tyres are designed for low noise.
I have recently bought a 2010 103 tdi with 4motion, dsg 7. & 70,000klms.
It has all the "fruit"on it.
I too had a rumble in the engine at low revs, but did some trials & came up with a
nice surprise, the Engine cover on the TDI suffers from loosening with age & kms i`m sure.
So what I did was jam some scrunched up paper between the Engine cover & the rocker cover
my vibration disappeared, its nice to know its nothing major & prob caused by the TDI idle vibration.
You could possibly increase the idle a fraction to simplify.
I really dig the car & I got out of a Range Rover before this.
i hope this helps
Does the 4X4 come in automatic please? Most things I've read seem to indicate manual .We are looking fro a new or demo latest model only thanks.
The Tiguan is actually full time all wheel drive, not sure if that's the same as 4x4, but definitely comes in auto. Be sure to follow the latest news re the problems people are having with VWs before you buy. We are still happy with our Tiguan and have not had the problems subject of current recalls.
Yes. The 4Motion we have is AUTO 7 Speed DSG.
Our experience echoes Jenny's, a fine vehicle and in over three years we have had no issues, but that said the Tiguan, Touareg and Amarok are not affected by the current recall anyway.
We have taken it off road numerous times, at least twice a month on day trips, but the manufacturer's advice as per the manual is that the vehicle is not designed for expeditions - meaning don't take a week odyssey through the harshest Australian outback or on a trip with hours of off road driving in one go.
It is a crossover vehicle and not a dedicated 4X4.
About how much does a service cost for Tiguan and are parts much more expensive than say Toyota Rav 4. I am considering buying a Tiguan.
Parts for sure would cost more than a Toyota. Service would also cost a bit more but one thing to note is Toyota needs 2 services a year whereas Tiguan needs one, so the difference may not be much. You will pay more for a European compared to a Japanese & the price is for an advanced engine, safety, superior drive & comfor. Feel good factor!
I can't comment on Rav4 prices but the service costs for my Tiguan have been: $383 at 15,000km, $493 at 30,000km, $461 at 45,000km, and $978 at 60,000km.
If I were you, I would be looking for an extended warranty as part of the sales price - particularly if the car has a DSG gearbox (I have read a number of comments about problems with this gearbox and it is apparently very expensive to fix out of warranty)
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