The Tiguan's R-Line front end is easily the crossover's most aggressive look yet.
In the span of a decade, the Volkswagen Tiguan has risen from obscurity to become quite the desirable SUV, with global production figures reaching just shy of 1 million units in 2019. It's wildly popular in Europe, and its latest generation has greatly expanded its US footprint, too. Now, Volkswagen has prepared a midcycle refresh that aims to enhance those sales numbers.
Volkswagen on Tuesday unveiled the refreshed 2022 Tiguan crossover. The exterior keeps the general shape the same, but the front ...
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