Sometimes, small occurrences in the auto industry make so much difference. Such changes might go unnoticed, but never unrecorded.
The VW Tiguan is now its second generation and ultimately one of the most successful from the brand in recent history. It still stands as one of UK’s bestselling Volkswagens, competing for the slot with the VW Golf and the Polo.
This actually demonstrates the huge potential that the Tiguan still carries and it is now refreshed to compete with some of the finest. The Tiguan has retained its family-focus theme. It now comes with a five-seat and a seven-seat option dubbed the Tiguan AllSpace.
Volkswagen never shies away from offering a wide range of engines for its products. The Tiguan has benefited from this tradition getting a three petrol and four diesel engine. You can also drive a manual or dual-clutch Tiguan.
Technology has also been pushed up significantly and the dashboard gives an upscale feeling. The base trim S gets a 6.5-inch touchscreen while all other trims benefit from a 8.0-inch touchscreen display.
Upholstery differs depending on the trim you choose with the SE and SEL getting a leatherette upholstery. Most people would actually find this mouthwatering enough, yet the SEL Premium gets original leather upholstery and a configurable digital gauge that is compatible with Audi’s Virtual Cockpit system.
More technology comes with safety features such which include a forward-collision warning and blind-spot monitoring as standard on SE model. This is a more grown-up sort of car that is ready to live a life of its own. At the same time, it is delightedly huge enough to bold stand out at any parking lot.
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