Pricing of the 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan revealed

Volkswagen releases specs and pricing for new SUV

Pricing of the 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan revealed

The all new 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan is coming to Australian dealerships this September and the company has just released their pricing list for the range.

The Tiguan is now in its second generation, and Volkswagen says it’s never been cheaper to get into a one with the entry level model $2000 less than the equivalent model at its launch in 2008.

The Tiguan range starts at $31,990 for the manual Trendline which features 17” alloy wheels, front assist with emergency braking, lane assist, park assist, rear view camera and 8” touch screen with navigation and App-Connect.

Up next is the $36,990 mid-spec Comfortline with additional zoned climate control, sat nav, folding table and storage drawer behind front seats, fog lights and 4MOTION  AWD with Active Control amongst other things.

And on top of all that are 18” alloy wheels, leather trim seats with heated front seats, electric driver’s seat, paddle shifters, LED headlights with cornering lamps, LED tail lights and electric tailgate with easy open and close in the range topping Highline, all for $48,490.

Comfortline and Highline models are also available with a number of extra package options.

Volkswagen says the Tiguan is larger than before offering a more spacious interior due to its larger proportions while providing better safety and comfort.

2017 Volkswagen Tiguan Pricing:

  • Tiguan 110TSI Trendline 6 Speed Manual     $31,990
  • Tiguan 110TSI Trendline 6 Speed DSG         $34,490
  • Tiguan 110TSI Comfortline 6 Speed DSG     $36,990
  • Tiguan 132TSI Comfortline 7 Speed DSG     $41,490
  • Tiguan 110TDI Comfortline 7 Speed DSG    $42,990
  • Tiguan 162TSI Highline 7 Speed DSG           $48,490
  • Tiguan 140TDI Highline 7 Speed DSG          $49,990
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Simon is a writer and sometime contributor to the podcast. He also takes care of video production and product reviews. He met Joel through radio school and has worked with him on other ventures, reading news, producing and presenting radio content for regional networks. Simon doesn’t profess to be a car nut but enjoys driving first and foremost and has a penchant for hot hatches. He helps to provide the everyday-man perspective.

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