2018 VW Tiguan priced from $25,345 in the U.S.
America only gets the longer version of the all-new Tiguan
VW has announced pricing for the all-new Tiguan in the United States, with the market only getting the longer version of the crossover SUV that is sold as the Tiguan Allspace in Europe.
That's because the smaller, previous-generation Tiguan will remain available for a while in the United States as the Tiguan Limited. Coming back to the 2018 VW Tiguan, it will be available in three trim levels (S, SE, SEL, and SEL Premium) as well as various packages.
The 2018 Tiguan S starts at $25,345 (excluding a $900 destination fee) in a front-wheel-drive configuration. Standard features for the S grade include 17-inch alloy wheels, LED DRLs and taillights, rearview camera, heated side mirrors, 40:20:40 split second row with sliding and reclining seats, and a 6.5-inch Composition Color touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink compatibility.
The SE trim level starts at $29,080 and adds an 8-inch Composition Media infotainment system with SiriusXM Satellite Radio, keyless access with push-button start, Climatronic automatic dual-zone climate control, multifunction leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather shift knob, and leatherette seating surfaces. The SE also features Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring (Front Assist), as well as Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Traffic Alert.
The SEL grade has a starting price of $32,550 and adds 18-inch alloys, 8-inch Discover Media infotainment system with navigation, power liftgate, remote start, panoramic sunroof with ambient lighting, and Adaptive Cruise Control, among other things.
Finally, the range-topping SEL Premium starts at $36,250 and comes with 19-inch alloy wheels, adaptive LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, power-folding door mirrors, leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, Fender audio system, and the 12.3-inch Volkswagen Digital Cockpit Display. The list of driver assistance systems consists of Lane Departure Warning (Lane Assist), automatic High Beam Control (Light Assist), front and rear Park Distance Control (ParkPilot) and Overhead View Camera (Area View).
All FWD models feature third-row seating as standard, while AWD models get it as a $500 option. Choosing the 4Motion AWD system adds $1,300 to the price of each grade. There's a single powertrain option, the all-new 2.0-liter TSI engine that produces 184 hp and 221 lb-ft (300 Nm) of torque, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The 2018 VW Tiguan arrives in U.S. dealerships in summer 2017.