Volkswagen Tiguan Summary
|No of Gears||7 Gears|
|Kerb Weight||1720 kg|
Volkswagen Tiguan Price List in India
Volkswagen Tiguan price start at ₹ 28.07 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 31.46 Lakh. Check out the entire Volkswagen Tiguan variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Volkswagen Tiguan new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Tiguan four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Volkswagen Tiguan Variants Price
|Tiguan Variants||Ex-showroom Price|
|Comfortline TDI 1968 cc, Diesel, 17.06 kmpl||₹ 28.07 Lakh|
|Highline TDI 1968 cc, Diesel, 17.06 kmpl||₹ 31.46 Lakh|
Volkswagen Tiguan Colours
- Tungsten Silver
- Atlantic Blue
- Deep Black
- Oryx White
- Indium Grey
Volkswagen Tiguan Mileage
Volkswagen Tiguan Highlights
There is no denying the fact that SUVs garner huge sales numbers across various segments, given how competitive and fast-growing the SUV market is, not just in India, but around the world as well. A lot of interest is shown in SUVs of different sizes, and the 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan attempts to have a shot at our market with the typical German build quality, crisp styling and latest tech, and manages to be more affordable than some of its compact luxury SUV German rivals. Even so, the Volkswagen Tiguan on-road price puts it right in the territory of full-size SUVs such as Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour.
The Tiguan boasts of a very straightforward design language. At the front, there is the huge VW logo on the traditional grille. Then there are those huge, almost-rectangular LED headlamps that look great. The front bumper is simple yet sharp and well-designed. Also visible are the prominent lines on the bonnet. Along the side, there is a strong shoulder line that flows into the smart, pistol-shaped tail lights and the mildly flared wheel arches house very neat-looking 18-inch wheels, while the tailgate has an angular shape to it.
The Volkswagen Tiguan variants are as follows: Comfortline and Highline. Features include three-zone automatic climate control, tyre pressure monitoring, auto-opening powered tailgate, panoramic sunroof, paddle-shifters, Automatic LED headlamps, cruise control, electric driver's seat with memory settings, automatic wipers, LED ambient lighting, touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, electronic parking brake with hill hold, a rear-view camera and front and rear parking sensors. On the safety front, it gets ABS, ESC and six airbags.
The cabin is typically Volkswagen: solidly built and beautifully designed, yet simple. The cabin gets an all-black colour theme, while the roof lining is grey. Levels of fit and finish are top-notch, and the plastics are the soft-touch type. Some of the switches look familiar, but it also feels good to operate. The seats get Vienna leather upholstery, and offer a good driving position. Even the passenger seat can be adjusted for height. Occupants at the rear have ample headroom and legroom, and the seats offer decent thigh support. The middle row can be reclined and slid forward and backward. At 615 litres, boot space is really good.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Volkswagen Tiguan new model is powered by a sole 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine that makes 141bhp and 340Nm of torque, and is paired to a 7-speed DSG automatic and 4Motion all-wheel drive. Start the engine, and the Tiguan cranks to life with a bit too much of noise, but it gets quiet eventually. On the move, the engine sounds very refined. Acceleration is smooth, while there's a good surge of power as well, and the gearbox works efficiently too. The motor is also free-revving in Sport mode. The steering is fast in responding to inputs and body roll is kept in check most of the time. Ride quality, on the other hand, is a little firm, but most of the bumps are dealt with very easily. While the on-paper figures might seem a bit underwhelming for the price, Volkswagen Tiguan’s sorted out dynamics and comparatively lesser kerb means it’s just as fast as its brawny rivals.
The Volkswagen Tiguan's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 17.06kmpl for the 2.0 TDI model.