Fuel Consumption Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp)
The official data reflect the fuel consumption of the manufacturer’s Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) , it is listed in the service book of the car, as well as can be found on the official website of the manufacturer. Real data on fuel consumption is based on the owners of the car Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) , who left information on fuel consumption on our website.
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The table below shows the average fuel consumption for the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) . Next to each value is the number of data on the basis of which the average fuel consumption is calculated (i.e. this is the number of people who have filled in the information on the site). The higher this number, the more reliable the data obtained.
× Did you know? Fuel consumption of the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) in the urban cycle is also influenced by the location of travel, as traffic congestion varies in the settlements, as well as different road conditions, the number of traffic lights, ambient temperature and many other factors.
|Izhevsk||Republic of Udmurtia||14.33||3|
|Ufa||Republic of Bashkortostan||15.10||1|
|Sarov||Nizhny Novgorod region||18.00||1|
|Nizhnevartovsk||Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug||18.50||1|
× Did you know? Fuel consumption Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) in the country cycle is also affected by the speed of the car, as it is necessary to overcome the force of air resistance and wind direction. The higher the speed, the more effort the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) engine needs to expend.
The table below shows in sufficient detail the dependence of fuel consumption on the speed of the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) on the highway. Each driving speed corresponds to a specific fuel consumption. If the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) has data for several fuel types, they will be averaged and shown in the first row of the table.
The popularity index shows how popular this car is on this site, namely, the percentage ratio of the added information about the fuel consumption of the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) to the fuel consumption data of the car that has the maximum number of added data from users. The higher the value, the more popular the vehicle is on this project.
The position in the ranking of economical cars for the Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 AT 4WD (170 hp) is calculated on the basis of the average fuel consumption data of all cars, information about which is on the site. The lower the fuel consumption, the higher the position in the rating of economical cars. Cars with the same fuel consumption take the same position.
Actual gasoline consumption by Tiguan.
Fuel consumption of the TSI turbo engine can be attributed to both pluses and minuses in comparison with simple atmospheric engines.
Pros. They are written about them a lot and often, they are the main trump card of such engines. Under certain conditions, you can achieve relatively low fuel consumption. Such engines usually have a small volume, which does not require a large amount of fuel mixture (gasoline + air) to fill. The engine, if not to press the gas of course, can do with a small amount of gasoline or diesel for a dull overcoming some or flat area. This is the amount that is specified in the technical specifications of the machines for which such engines are installed. The car can become a moped. It will go as a moped, but it will eat as a moped. True, you can hardly achieve figures indicated in the book. They write absolutely fantastic values there. Nevertheless, the consumption of a small displacement engine with a turbine, at idle speed will always be lower than that of a big displacement engine. But that’s only until you step on the gas.
Cons. These are the ones they usually keep silent about. And very often people who have bought a car with a turbo engine for the first time are shocked by how much such engines CAN burn. Therefore, you must be prepared for the fact that if you are not used to saving fuel, driving with gas, the consumption of the small-volume TSI motor will be much higher than that of an atmospheric motor with a much larger volume. Fuel consumption does not depend on the volume of the engine, it depends on how much power you want to get from the engine. The more power, the higher the consumption. Moreover, if you can’t pour more gasoline into an atmospheric engine than it can take in naturally, in a turbocharged engine you push the fuel mixture artificially, using a special device for this purpose – a turbine. Which is very successful in coping with a very large volume of fuel mixture. The turbine pumps more fuel into the small engine than the big atmospheric engine takes in. A lot of fuel combusting gives out more energy of course than many large volume atmospheric engines give out. Plus you do it faster and more often. As a result, once you hit the gas, your small displacement motor starts consuming more fuel than a much larger displacement motor. A small displacement TSI engine can give you more power than a large displacement engine, but which can’t change its fuel consumption as much. More fuel, more power, better drive! Miracles don’t happen, everyone knows that. But for some reason they believe the marketers, that it is possible to get a lot of power, spending small amount of fuel, using the same internal combustion engine. Such engines have no other sources of energy. There is only fuel. You have to pay for more power with fuel. Or always go downhill…
Conclusion. Tiguan can both eat petrol in reasonable limits, if you learn to save. It may gobble up huge quantities, which do not accord with its modest sizes and small volume of the engine. This car has no average consumption. It is different for each driver. And it depends not only on the driver, terrain conditions, air temperature, but also on the quality of fuel itself. The actual average consumption can range from 6 to 25 liters per 100 kilometers.
Consumption of gasoline when driving evenly on the highway on cruise. The ACC mode here and further on is comfort.
Gasoline consumption when driving on a country road, with bad asphalt at low speed.
Consumption in the city with traffic on cruise (car rides and accelerates on its own, I do not get so economically) in the summertime at plus temperature. In winter, the average city consumption rises by 3-7 liters for some reason. There is no heating. But I don’t use cruise in city in winter either, maybe this is the main reason of such increase.
Well, if you slightly press the gas, gasoline consumption goes to the space… If you want up to 30 liters per 100 kilometers, you can catch up. I did it…