The Taigun now comes with the Engine Idle Start/Stop and Tire Pressure Deflation Warning systems as standard across all variants.
Volkswagen has increased the prices of both the Taigun SUV and Tiguan SUV. While we don’t have exact figures for the increased prices, Volkswagen says that the price hike ranges between 2.5 to 4 per cent of the ex-showroom cost of these SUVs, across their different variants.
The hike in prices comes with a bit of an upside, as Volkswagen has made the Engine Idle Start/Stop and Tyre Pressure Deflation Warning system standard across all variants of the Taigun. The automatic start/stop system has, in fact, increased the efficiency of Dynamic Line variants (Comfortline, Highline, and Topline). The efficiency of the 1.0 TSI now stands at 19.20km/l and 17.23km/l for the manual and the automatic transmission, respectively. Both of them are ARAI certified figures.
Volkswagen has also mixed up the interior décor bits as well. The Wild Cherry décor bits inside the cabin will now only be available with the same exterior colour. Other exterior colours will get the Armur Grey glossy décor inserts.
The price hike on the SUVs is applicable from 2nd May 2022, which means that all new bookings for the Taigun will be made at the new prices.