2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Seating and Other Dimensions
Most midsize crossover SUVs are confined to two rows. If a crossover has more than that, it’s definitely a stand-out feature. You may have heard that the Volkswagen Tiguan has a three-row option, but then again, people could be confusing it with the Volkswagen Atlas, which is bigger. So, is it true?
Does the 2020 Tiguan have three-rows of seating?
Seating and Passenger Space
The 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan can seat up to seven people if you opt for the standard three-row variant. However, if you don’t need all those seats, then you can opt for the two-row Tiguan that has a few more cubic feet of cargo space and comes standard with AWD. The three-row Tiguan comes with FWD standard. Here are the seating dimensions for the three-row Tiguan, listed in 1st/2nd/3rd row format:
- Head room – 39.6/39.1/33.8 inches
- Leg room – 40.2/36.5/27.9 inches
- Shoulder room – 57/55.9/47.8 inches
The 2020 Tiguan has multiple safety features that help keep you and passengers safe. For instance, it has an automatic post-collision braking system that applies brake pressure after an accident, reducing the likelihood of more damage or further collisions. It also has an intelligent crash response system that turns off the fuel pump, unlocks the doors, and turns on the hazard lights when the airbags deploy. Other driver assistive features include adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, high-beam control, lane assist, a rear-view camera system, and forward collision warning.
Interested in the 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan?
Consider scheduling a test drive for one at Hall Volkswagen near Milwaukee. We can deliver a model of your choosing to your home and then take it back to the dealership after you’ve finished. If you have any questions about the 2020 Tiguan or Hall Volkswagen remote services, give us a call. We’ll be happy to help.