Guide to Tiguan Trunk Dimensions

Tiguan Trunk Dimensions

The 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan is a compact crossover SUV that sports a luxurious interior, massive cargo space, and comes with plenty of state-of-the-art features. If you’re looking for a family car, the Tiguan is definitely worth considering, especially since it comes with a large trunk that puts many other crossover SUVs to shame.

The size of a 2022 VW Tiguan’s trunk ranges from 33 cubic feet to 73.4 cubic feet, depending on whether or not it has two or three rows of seats.

Now, let’s take a closer look at the 2022 VW Tiguan’s trunk space and compare the two- and three-row models, as well as take a look at the various measurement specs of this family SUV.

Tiguan Trunk Dimensions

The trunk dimensions of the 2022 VW Tiguan will vary depending on how many rows of seats it has. There are two passenger capacity options—two-row and three-row Tiguans—that offer different levels of cargo space depending on whether the rear seat rows are raised or not.

The following table will describe the differences in cargo capacity based on how many rows of seats there are.

2022 VW Tiguan Model 2-Row Version 3-Row Version
Behind 1st Row 73.4 cu. ft. 65.3 cu. ft.
Behind 2nd Row 37.6 cu. ft. 33 cu. ft.
Behind 3rd Row N/A 12 cu. ft.

As you can see, the two-row version of the 2022 VW Tiguan is much roomier than the three-row version. Even with all of the rear seats lowered, the two-row version will have roughly 8.1 cubic feet of extra cargo space, which equals roughly 12.4% more than the three-row model.

The extra cargo space equates to roughly two additional grocery fully-loaded grocery bags or a single suitcase. While the bigger picture might make the added 8.1 cubic feet of cargo space irrelevant, it’s something worth considering if you want a crossover SUV for traveling with your entire family.

Does the 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan Have Enough Trunk Space?

As previously indicated, the 2022 VW Tiguan comes in two models—a 5-seater with 73.4-cubic-feet of trunk space and 7-seater with 75.3 cubic feet of trunk space. So, how much trunk space do you need?

First of all, it’s important to note that the number of passengers or members in your family should be the main deciding factor for which Tiguan model you should get. However, when contemplating the two models based on cargo space, there are a few things you should know.

First of all, the rated trunk space of each model can be deceiving. The shape of the trunk, including any pocket spaces, will actually determine how much cargo you can load in the trunk of the Tiguan. As a rule, you should take the rated trunk space of a car and multiply it by 80% to get a more accurate figure.

In the 2022 VW Tiguan’s case, that means you’ll get between 52.24 and 58.7 cubic feet of space for the 7-seater and the 5-seater models, respectively.

Now, as for how much trunk space you will need, only you can determine whether larger is better in your case. However, if you plan on using your Tiguan for weekend trips to the grocery store, or if you want to take it across the country with your entire family, then larger is most certainly the better option.

In addition, the 7-seat Tiguan has slightly better mileage (you’ll see in the following section), so you could save plenty of money on gas over the long run.

However, if you’re looking for a luxury crossover SUV with more trunk space than the Tiguan, you should take a look at the 2022 BMW X1.

2022 Volkswagen Tiguan Specs

While knowing the trunk dimensions of any car can be helpful in determining how useful it will be for long road trips, they’re not the only thing worth considering.

Below, I’ll provide a thorough description of the 2022 VW Tiguan, as well as compare the two-row model against the three-row model.

Quick Specifications

2022 VW Tiguan Model 2-Row Version 3-Row Version
Gas Mileage (City/Highway) 22 mpg/29 mpg 23 mpg/30 mpg
EPA Class Small 2WD SUV Small 4WD SUV
Drivetrain FWD AWD
Passenger Capacity 5 7
Passenger Doors 4 4
Base Curb Weight 3,856 lbs. 3,765 lbs.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 5,181 lbs. 5,093 lbs.
Payload 1,157 lbs. 937 lbs.

Interior Dimensions

2022 VW Tiguan Model 2-Row Version 3-Row Version
Front Head Room 39.6 in. 39.6 in.
Front Shoulder Room 57 in. 57 in.
Front Hip Room 54.5 in. 54.5 in.
Front Leg Room 40.2 in. 40.2 in.
Second Head Room 38.9 in. 39.1 in.
Second Shoulder Room 55.8 in. 55.9 in.
Second Hip Room 53.7 in. 53.5 in.
Second Leg Room 38.7 in. 36.6 in.
Third Head Room N/A 33.8 in.
Third Shoulder Room N/A 47.8 in.
Third Hip Room N/A 39.5 in.
Third Leg Room N/A 27.9 in.
Passenger Volume without Sunroof 101.1 cu. ft. 124 cu. ft.
Passenger Volume with Sunroof N/A 120.5 cu. ft.
Total Cargo Space 73.4 cu. ft. 65.3 cu. ft.
Cargo Space—Behind 2nd Row 37.6 cu. ft. 33 cu. ft.
Cargo Space—Behind 3rd Row N/A 12 cu. ft.
Fuel Tank Capacity 15.3 gallons 15.3 gallons

Exterior Dimensions

2022 VW Tiguan Model 2-Row Version 3-Row Version
Overall Height 66.5 in. 66.4 in.
Overall Length 186.1 in. 186.1 in.
Width (without mirrors) 72.4 in. 72.4 in.
Wheelbase 109.9 in. 109.9 in.
Track (Front) 62.2 in. 62.2 in.
Track (Rear) 61.9 in. 61.9 in.
Ground Clearance 7.6 in. 7.4 in.
Approach Angle 17.8° 18.3°
Departure Angle 21.6° 21.6°
Breakover Angle 20.2° 20.5°

2022 Volkswagen Tiguan Features

Feature Description
Engine 2.0-liter 8-Speed Automatic
Horsepower 184
Torque 221 lb.-ft.
Color Option Count 7
Interior Trim Color Count 2
Sunroof Optional
Wheel Size 18, 19, 20 in.
Auto-LED
Remote Start
Easy-Open/Easy-Close Liftgate
Heated Seats Optional
Power Side Mirrors
Heated Side Mirrors Optional
8-inch Display
Apple CarPlay
Android Auto
Bluetooth Connectivity
Wireless Smartphone Charger Optional
VW Car-Net Remote Access
Keyless Starter Optional
Power-Adjustable Driver’s Seat Optional
Blind Spot Monitor
Pedestrian Monitoring
Park Assist
Parking Camera Optional

 

BaronCooke

Baron Cooke has been writing and editing for 7 years. He grew up with an aptitude for geometry, statistics, and dimensions. He has a BA in construction management and also has studied civil infrastructure, engineering, and measurements. He is the head writer of measuringknowhow.com

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