Since April 2016, the new VW Tiguan is available at the dealers. Prices start at 25.975 euro for the entry-level 1.4-litre TSI engine. Now, it is also what the two diesel - and gasoline top engines will cost.
The VW Tiguan 2.0 TSI with the 220-Horsepower gasoline engine from the Golf GTI in 6.5 seconds from standstill to 100 and brings the compact SUV up to a top speed of 220 km/h. The torque of 350 Newton metres is brought to standard by a seven-speed dual-clutch and a 4Motion-Allradantrieb on the street. 39.625 euros the 220-Horsepower Tiguan just below the 41.100 euro expensive Audi Q3 is ranked with two-liter TFSI engine and also 220 HP.
The Tiguan 2.0 TDI under the hood, who competes with 240 Horsepower from a two-liter twin-turbo diesel has 20 HP more than the most powerful gasoline engine. Thanks to 500 Newton metres, seven-speed DSG and all-wheel drive is like the gasoline in 6.5 seconds 100th is closing only at 228 km/h. The Tiguan Biturbo diesel differs in addition externally by his brothers: trapezoidal tailpipes mark the strongest engine of the model range. The 240-HP Tiguan 42.700 euros. Is comparable to the BMW out X 1 xDrive25d with Steptronic and 231 HP a two-liter diesel engine for 42,500 euros. (mf)