The new face of turbo.

Posted on 21. Apr, 2011 by in Volkswagen Canada

You’re looking during a latest in Volkswagen design. Those noisy front headlights and redesigned chrome grille give a new Tiguan a uninformed face for 2012. Plus, to finish a sporty look, for a initial time a new Tiguan will also underline accessible factory-installed 19” wheels. Under a hood, a new Tiguan’s customary 200-hp, turbocharged engine now offers an considerable 29 hwy mpg.1 That means we can take any motorway (or towering approach with 4MOTION all-wheel expostulate accessible on all models) in walk while creation even fewer stops during a gas station.

In a brief time it takes to get anywhere, you’ll suffer interior amenities inside a new Tiguan like a reward 8-way tractable seat, customary Bluetooth® record with voice command, an accessible navigation complement with a 30GB hard, and an accessible touchscreen sound complement with an auxiliary submit for joining your iPod® or digital audio player. There’s also adult to 56.1 cubic feet of load space with a back seats folded down in box we need to move any of your things along for a ride.

And when it comes to safety, Tiguan still has an superb record. It warranted a “Top Safety Pick” by a Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) in both 2010 and 2011. So if you’re looking for a compress SUV that’s not usually impossibly spacious, and safe, though also can hoop downtown city streets, rambling towering switchbacks, and a slalom of a supermarket parking lot, you’ll adore a new 2012 Tiguan. It’s discerning and nimble, only like a namesakes Tiger and Iguana. The large disproportion is that it lives in a city. Most of a time.


1. Est. 19 city/29 highway mpg (2012 Tiguan S, 6-speed primer transmission). 2012 EPA estimates not finalized during time of posting. Your mileage will vary.

2. “Top Safety Pick” formed on 31mph side-impact pile-up test, 40mph frontal-offset pile-up test, 20mph rear-impact test, roof strength testing, and a accessibility of ESC. Test achieved by a Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. For details, revisit See for some-more information on reserve features.

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