Like everyone else in the automotive industry, Volkswagen's group has been launching a number of SUVs in the past few years to meet increasing demand.
Through its mainstream, premium and luxury brands, the car manufacturer offers offers of all sizes for all types of customers. However, it is inevitable that some overlap, and this is no more obvious than one of the most competitive segments: mainstream compact SUVs that can be equipped with seven seats as desired.
The VW Group offers three such models from three different brands. VW has Tiguan Allspace, Škoda Kodiaq and Seat Tarraco, all sharing their platform and most of the oil pieces, but have their own unique design (and prices). Seat was the last one to launch, for what Carwow I just got my hands.
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Obviously, Tarraco is as practical as Kodiaq and Tiguan Allspace – what it is a lots ofHowever, the design quality does not meet expectations, since the Spanish SUV (which is otherwise manufactured in Germany) gets slightly cheaper materials compared to their brothers and sisters. In addition, fitting and finishing are not as good as the other two, although this might be a problem limited to this test vehicle.
As for driving impressions, Tarraco offers a comfortable ride and can be a bit sporty in the right configuration, though not as sporty as Leon, obviously. The reviewer says Tiguan Allspace offers a slightly better ride quality, but overall, the choice between the Tarraco, Kodiaq and Tiguan Allspace models is largely a matter of design, brand, and price because they offer almost the same things with small amounts. variations.