Volkswagen Tiguan 132TSI Pacific On Sale In Australia

Mike Stevens | Feb 6, 2012

Volkswagen Australia has announced availability of the Tiguan 132TSI Pacific. Priced in-line with the 'regular' 132TSI, the Pacific brings a range of new standard features that you'd normally find on the options list.

What it misses out on however is Volkswagen's seven-speed DSG transmission, with supply issues seeing it replaced in this variant with the older six-speed automatic.

As for features. the Pacific adds dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights, coming-and-leaving lighting, an auto-dimming rear view mirror, front fog-lights, rain-sensing wipers and lit vanity mirrors.

The most significant addition to the standard features list however is Volkswagen's Park Assist 2 package - normally a $1400 option for the 132TSI.

Volkswagen's Park Assist technology is designed to assist drivers not only in parallel parking, but also in perpendicular (90 degree) parking.

2012 volkswagen tiguan 132tsi pacific 04

With the driver responsible only for prompted use of the accelerator and braking, the Park Assist system will handle the steering duties, slotting the vehicle into - and out of - its space.

Mechanically, the 132TSI remains unchanged, with power delivered by a 2.0 litre petrol engine producing 132kW and 280Nm of torque.

Available with either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic (rather than the regular seven-speed DSG), the 132TSI is also fitted with Volkswagen's 4MOTION all-wheel-drive system.

The 132TSI lists fuel consumption figures of 8.7 l/100km in manual form and 8.9 l/100km with the automatic.

Pricing

  • 2012 Tiguan 118TSI - 6-Speed Manual - $28,490
  • 2012 Tiguan 132TSI Pacific - 6-Speed Manual - $33,490
  • 2012 Tiguan 132TSI Pacific - 6-Speed Automatic - $35,990
  • 2012 Tiguan 103TDI - 6-Speed Manual - $35,990
  • 2012 Tiguan 103TDI - 7-Speed DSG - $38,490
  • 2012 Tiguan 155TSI - 7-Speed DSG - $42,990

Note: all prices are Manufacturer’s List Price and do not include dealer delivery or on-road costs.

Follow Mike Stevens on Google+

Filed under: Volkswagen, wagon, petrol, tiguan, volkswagen tiguan, Europe, awd, suv, News, Germany, small, pacific, family, 4cyl, 5door, 5seat, volkswagen tiguan 132tsi pacific, tiguan 132tsi pacific, volkswagen pacific, 2012 australia

Leave a comment:

Required
Required
Enter comment here.
  • cyclone says,
    3 years ago
    1 like
    Vw are certainly throwing in a lot of extras of late. First the polo, now the tiguan. Maybe a sign that they have finally realised just how bare boned their cars are when it comes to features
  • Roger says,
    3 years ago
    1 like
    When I see this....why the hell do people buy RAV4's? I know Toyota have good reliability, but most of their tech is at least 5 years old.
  • Grumps
    Grumps says,
    3 years ago
    1 like
    Biggest problem with the Tiguan is that it is not BIG in the boot. Cargo capacity is appalling with the seats up.
  • satish says,
    2 years ago
    what is the best price with navigation , panaromic roof and all other cosmetics.
Get the Latest

advertisement