Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Moose test Although we completed the Moose test at a high entrance speed with the Tiguan Allspace (79 km/h), the reactions have been abrupt in some of our attempts on the manoeuvre. On the attempt shown in the footage, it can be seen how, after the second swerve, both the wheels of the right side lift simultaneously from the ground and then several suspension bounces take place. The rear axle skids laterally and produces a noticeable oversteer effect, which in this case helps avoid hitting the cones with the rear part of the car. From the driver’s seat, we always felt in good control of the car, and the suspension bounces did not feel as violent as the footage might suggest. With the standard Tiguan we completed the Moose Test successfuly at 78 km/h, but the reactions of that car were more progressive and there wasn’t such oversteer.The ESC came into action sooner in the standard Tiguan, as it is normal on this type of vehicle. On this attempt at 80 km/h we encountered the same oversteer effect but not the suspension bounces. The reactions were smoother and, even tough we hit several cones, the movements were predictable and easily controlable. Slalom On the slalom, the Tiguan Allspace performs well, it is agile for a car of its size and weight. Once again, the rear axle helps complete the turns rapidly and the ESC only comes into action only when the swerves are very violent. .