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Performance

Along with the popular 138bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine, the Tiguan is also available with 109bhp or 168bhp and three petrols with 158bhp, 177bhp or 208bhp. The entry level petrol option is able to cope more than adequately and the diesels prove themselves as smooth and refined. The models on the smaller wheels offer improved comfort whereas the Sport models deliver excellent handy. Book a test drive through Askaprice.com to find the right mode for you.

Running Costs

The 109bhp 2.0-litre TDI BlueMotion Tech Tiguan proves frugal which, in its front-wheel-drive range, achieves fuel consumption of 53.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 139g/km, putting it in a low tax band. If you are opting for a four-wheel-drive or automatic model the running costs will be a little higher with the improved performance returning 33.2mpg with CO2 emissions at 199g/km. Therefore running costs are not out-of-control throughout the range.

Equipment

The three trim levels of Tiguan are all reasonably well-equipped. The basic S variant includes air-con, alloy wheels, four electric windows, AUX input and DAB digital radio. To add dual-zone climate control, Park Assist with front and rear parking sensors, Bluetooth, and a USB socket go for the SE model. While the top of the range Sport packs further goodies such as part-Alcantara seats, 18-inch wheels and stiffer suspension. To see the full range of equipment order a brochure through Askaprice.com.