2020 Volkswagen Tiguan vs 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander
Volkswagen came ready to take on the competition with the 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan. Combining a turbo engine, an impressive price point, optional third row, and a modern technology interface, the Volkswagen Tiguan rushes into the 2020 model year prepared for anything. But how does it compare to another well-loved SUV, the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander? Use the table below to see how the two compare on a few key points and available features.
2020 Volkswagen Tiguan
2020 Mitsubishi Outlander
|2.0 Inline 4-Cylinder Turbo Engine||Engine||2.4 Inline 4-Cylinder Engine|
|Fender® Premium Audio 9-Speaker Sound System||Sound System||6-Speaker Sound System|
|10||Exterior Color Options||7|
|73.5||Cargo Capacity (cu.ft.)||63.3|
The difference in cargo capacity is a real game-changer. Even with the two-row variant on the Tiguan, the Volkswagen option has more cubic feet of cargo capacity than the Outlander. Not only that, but the Tiguan’s engine is turbocharged and produces more horsepower and torque than the technically larger Mitsubishi engine. If that wasn’t enough, the available Fender® sound system and a greater wealth of paint options make it easier to make the Tiguan something uniquely yours.
Other Features of the 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan
The optional third row is one of the biggest stars of the Tiguan. The cargo space granted by folding down seats is impressive, making it a more functional SUV than most others. With the 2020 model year, the R-line trim of previous years is now offered as a package and can be included on most Tiguan trims.
Adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning system and an overflowing handful of sensors available on the Tiguan turn this into one of the most technologically advanced SUVs ever made. There is hardly a category where the Outlander holds up against the Tiguan. Since they cost almost the same amount of money, the Tiguan proves itself a smart choice for value, power, and safety.