Moreover, customers can get it with the 150 PS (148 HP / 111 kW) and 200 PS (197 HP / 147 kW) versions of the 2.0-liter TDI diesel. Transmission options include the six-speed manual and seven-speed DSG, depending on the model. The 4Motion AWD system is reserved for the mid- and top-of-the-line grades.
On-the-road pricing for the 2021 Tiguan Life starts at £32,135 ($44,487). The entry-level features LED headlights and DRLs, front and rear parking sensors, 8-inch infotainment system with smartphone mirroring, three-zone climate control, digital instrument cluster, and adaptive cruise control.
Pricing for the Elegance variants kicks off at £36,740 ($50,862). The better-equipped specification brings tweaked bumpers, front light strip, Matrix LED headlights, and 19-inch alloy wheels. The panoramic sunroof, multi-color ambient lighting, microfleece upholstery, keyless entry, electric tailgate, reversing camera, park assist, side assist, and rear traffic alert are also standard.
Getting the R-Line range-topper means having to pay a minimum of £36,710 ($50,820). Model-specific bumpers are included, as well as the 20-inch alloy wheels, rear spoiler, and black headliner inside. The latter complements the velour and ArtVeours comfort sports seats up front, trimmed in microfiber, with R stitching in the seatbacks, stainless steel pedals, and a few other items. This model gets the safety gear of the Elegance, alongside the travel assist, lane assist, and emergency assist. The sports suspension set-up and progressive steering are limited to the R-Line.
In the United States, the 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan will be offered from $25,995 in the third quarter of the year, with a 184 HP (187 PS / 137 kW) turbocharged 2.0-liter gasoline engine, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The 4Motion all-wheel drive system is a $1,500 option, and choosing it comes at the expense of the third-row.