It’s not an easy task when you have to compare the two vehicles that you like a lot. Where it’s not easy, it’s exciting as well, as you would want to know which vehicle is better because one is better and the same is the case with these two vehicles that we are going to discuss today.
Before we begin this review, I think it’s better if we and our readers assume that both the vehicles never existed, as one is the finest hot hatchback and one is its more accomplished rival. This seems like the only way we can get a fair comparison between the two vehicles. The two vehicles under discussion are the Golf R and the AMG A35.
Both vehicles are incredible and we like both. They are brilliant performance cars but the Golf takes lead on some aspects like it is known for providing excellence based on the mix of everyday usability and great speed. If you want a vehicle that’s different and provides an exciting driving experience and great features then you should try the Volkswagen model.
Both vehicles are fast with great power output but the Tiguan is marginally faster. They can reach 60mph in a short time. Just like any other fast model, the vehicle comes with heavily bolstered seats and engaging steering wheels. The exterior design is great too and doesn’t require many changes.
Both vehicles are expensive as well and if you purchase a higher version, you will have to pay more money. However, it appears that the Mercedes price is more justifiable. It is available in top-level premium plus trim only in the UK and offers parallel 10.2in displays and more features than any customer would want.
The materials and layout are great and the interior feels more premium than the Volkswagen one. However, the seats as compared to the other model seem a bit ordinary but it’s still a comfortable vehicle for big-distance trips. The Volkswagen model is spacious and airy, which would leave many people confused.
Many people want the SUVs to appear as serious and important but when you are getting a performance car this is the last thing you would want. The Tiguan seems to be standing between both a performance car and a straightforward SUV.