Which Is Better the Volkswagen Tiguan or Honda CR-V?
The 2020 VW Tiguan offers a sporty and comfortable cabin that appeals to both commuters and families of all sizes. It’s available with two rows of seats or three. With two rows, you’ll have seating for five and a large trunk. The available third row gives you seating for seven. Plus, the standard 40/20/40-split folding second-row seats make it easy for passengers to get in and out. They can also help you load larger cargo.
The Honda CR-V also offers lots of storage space with a big trunk and standard folding seats. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have enough seating for larger families. It’s only available with two rows of seats.
The VW Tiguan is built to keep you and your passengers safe. That’s why it’s built with front and rear crumple zones and a rigid safety cage. Inside, you’ll be protected by multiple airbags, including Side Curtain Protection® that covers all three rows of seats.
To help prevent accidents, the VW Tiguan comes with a full suite of driver-assistance features. You’ll have more awareness with technology like a Rear View Camera System. It gives you a better look at what’s behind you when you’re backing up. To see more, an Overhead View Camera is available too. Some of the other features that’ll help keep you safe include:
- Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking
- Pedestrian Monitoring
- Blind Spot Monitor
- Rear Traffic Alert
The Honda CR-V also features multiple airbags and a strong design. While it comes with some similar driver-assistance features, its blind spot monitoring system is not a standard feature, like it is in the VW Tiguan. Plus, its camera system can’t offer a bird’s eye view of your SUV.