AD #2138 – VW Updates the Tiguan, Arrest Warrants Issued for VW Employees, Takata Files for Bankruptcy

June 26th, 2017 at 11:52am

Runtime: 7:00

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- Arrest Warrants Issued for VW Employees
- Takata Files for Bankruptcy
- Nissan Adds ProPilot to LEAF
- Ford Expands Chariot Shuttle Service
- Ford Testing Escape Plug-In Hybrid
- VW Updates the Tiguan

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6 Comments to “AD #2138 – VW Updates the Tiguan, Arrest Warrants Issued for VW Employees, Takata Files for Bankruptcy”

  1. Roger Blose Says:

    Nice to see that the VW Tiguan has clear no tint second row windows which could save some left behind kids from being missed in the heat! Let’s hope that this trend continues.

  2. Kit Gerhart Says:

    Anyone else watching some boat races in Bermuda?

  3. Chuck Grenci Says:

    No, no boat races; me, I’m following the Iron Butt Rally (it began this morning). It is eleven days of riding, some chalking up near a thousand miles a day (searching for bonus points) on a motorcycle.

    I think our goose is cooked in the America’s Cup.

  4. Kit Gerhart Says:

    3 Yep, the Kiwi’s just won the first, and only race today, so it’s over.

    I know a guy who did the Iron Butt a few years ago. It’s not my thing, but it is definitely interesting. Once was enough for my friend who did it.

  5. Kit Gerhart Says:

    Speaking of Iron Butt Rally, I’ve only done 1000 miles in a day a few times in a car. Doing it on a bike, multiple consecutive days? I’m impressed with the endurance these people have. I wouldn’t have been able to do it, even when I was younger.

  6. Ctech Says:

    Will the new Tiquan get a more powerful motor? Adding 11 inches has got to add significant weight. If VW has managed to keep the weight down, that will be an engineering story in itself.