Volkswagen has revealed how much its new seven-seater will cost.
The new Tiguan Allspace, a stretched version of its popular five-seater Tiguan, will be priced from $40,490 (plus on-road costs) when it goes on sale in July. That’s only a $3000 price increase over the equivalent Tiguan, the 110TSI Comfortline.
But the brand has decided not to offer the entry-level Trendline specification for the range, instead only offering the Comfortline and Highline trims. However, there will be plenty of engine choice with the 110TSI, 132TSI, 162TSI, 110TDI and 140TDI all available.
The Comfortline will be available with previously mentioned 110TSI plus the 132TSI from $45,490 and 110TDI from $46,990.
Standard kit on the Comfortline includes 18-inch alloy wheels, electric folding mirrors, keyless entry and ignition, LED headlights, auto tailgate, an 8.0-inch display, navigation, reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist and park assist.
The Highline will be available with either the 162TSI or 140TDI, with the former starting at $52,990 and the latter from $54,490. The extra money includes 19-inch alloy wheels, electric front seats, heated front and outer second row seats, leather-trimmed upholstery, 9.2-inch infotainment display and ambient lighting.
There are also a range of option packages from both grades. Comfortline buyers can add the Driver Assistance package for $1600, the Luxury pack for $4000 and the Sound and Vision package for $3200.
In the Highline you can add a panoramic roof for $2000, R-Line kit for $2900 and the Sound and Vision package for $3000.
2018 Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace pricing
Comfortline 110TSI - $40,490
Comfortline 132TSI - $45,490
Comfortline 110TDI - $46,990
Highline 162TSI - $52,990
Highline 140TDI - $54,490
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