The All-New 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
Volkswagen is not just for “Bug Lovers” anymore. Competing with other European and American SUV manufacturers, VW’s Tiguan appears to be a success starting at MSRP $25345. Myclassic News can’t wait to drive one.
The all-new 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan builds on the current model’s fun-to-drive character with a redesign specifically engineered to meet the needs of American customers, with a more sophisticated and spacious interior, flexible seating, and high-tech infotainment and available driver-assistance features.
As with the all-new 2018 Volkswagen Atlas full-size SUV, the new Tiguan is based on Volkswagen’s Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) architecture. Compared with the 2017 model, the new Tiguan has far more interior space and up to 58 percent more cargo space in the two-row model. At 185.1 inches long, the 2018 model is 10.6 inches longer than the current version and 8.5 inches longer than the Tiguan that is sold in Europe. Tiguan’s expanded dimensions give it one of the longest footprints in the segment, although it still remains nimble enough to excel in urban driving.
The compact Tiguan SUV will be available in S, SE, SEL, and SEL Premium trim levels when it arrives in dealerships late this summer.
Second-generation Tiguan is based off the award-winning MQB architecture.
Long-wheelbase designed specifically for the needs of American customers.
Longer by 10.6 inches than the current model, with up to 58 percent more cargo space.
Third-row seating standard on certain trims and optional across lineup.
Updated 2.0-liter TSI® engine and eight-speed automatic transmission standard.
Optional 4Motion® with Active Control all-wheel-drive system features four selectable modes for varied terrain.
Choice of four well-equipped trim levels, with a starting MSRP of $25,345
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