Volkswagen Tiguan

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₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh
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Tiguan Specifications
Engine 1968 cc
Power 141 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes

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Things We Like in Tiguan
  • Well build car with a spacious cabin and amazing 615L of boot space
  • Equipped with latest features and tech
  • 5-star NCAP rating with 6 airbags and loads of safety tech
Things We Dont Like in Tiguan
  • Diesel engine feels satisfactory but isn’t exciting. One expects more power at such a price tag
  • Overpriced as compared to its counterparts in India
  • Despite it is a new wet clutch DSG, its reliability is questionable

Price List of Tiguan

Variant Price Specifications  
2.0 TDI Comfortline ₹ 27.49 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1968 cc, 141 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
2.0 TDI Highline ₹ 30.88 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1968 cc, 141 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
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Volkswagen Tiguan Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 27.49 - ₹ 30.88 Lakh

Volkswagen Tiguan Colors

Tiguan is available in 5 different colors - Deep Black, Indium Grey Metallic, Tungsten Silver, Oryx White and Atlantis Blue.

  • Deep Black

  • Indium Grey Metallic

  • Tungsten Silver

  • Oryx White

  • Atlantis Blue

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Tiguan Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel kmpl 17.06 kmpl

Review of Tiguan

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


There has been a surge of SUVs in the Indian car market in recent times. Be it a premium or budget SUV, almost every car maker is offering something unique to keep its sales register ringing. Volkswagen also flexed its muscles and introduced Tiguan SUV in the country. Tiguan was first showcased in the country at the 2016 Auto Expo and launch took place in 2017. With the launch of Tiguan, Volkswagen again entered the SUV space in the subcontinent, four years after the discontinuation of Touareg SUV. The new-gen model Tiguan is based on the company’s modular transverse matrix MQB platform, which makes it lighter and agiler.
On the outside, the Volkswagen Tiguan design is very classy and attractive. Its front profile gets honeycomb mesh radiator grille with the chrome strip and wide air dam. Front bumper humps out from both the sides and houses fog lamps and 4 parking sensors. The headlamps are all-LED and have DRLs with chrome inserts surrounding the reflectors. The vehicle design gets the excellent proportions and is perfectly sized, it measures 4485mm in length, 1633mm in height, 1839mm in width and has the wheelbase of 2682mm. Volkswagen Tiguan is available in different colour pallets namely Atlantic Blue, Indium Grey, Oryx White, Deep Black and Tungsten Silver.
Coming to its inner profile, the interior of the Volkswagen Tiguan is all-black. Even with the dark colour theme the cabin feels airy and spacious. The dashboard looks good with glossy grey, piano black, silver and leather inserts at various places. The interiors get the elegant design and the quality of the material used in the vehicle is better than any other car in the same bracket. In terms of features, Volkswagen Tiguan gets 12.3-inch infotainment unit that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, electric seats, ambient lighting, rear parking camera, keyless entry, adaptive cruise control, steering mounted audio control, push start/stop button and climate control.
Under the hood, Volkswagen Tiguan gets the diesel powertrain only. Its 2.0 L TDI oil burner is capable of generating the power output of 143PS and maximum torque of 340Nm. The engine comes mated to 7-speed DSG gearbox and 4MOTION all-wheel drive system. The car can deliver the ARAI certified mileage of 17.6kmpl.
For the safety of occupants, Volkswagen Tiguan is in-line with the latest safety standards. The car has been bestowed with 5-star rating as per the NCAP standards. Its safety aspects include 6 airbags, pedestrian protection, hill descent control, ABS, ASR, EDTC, EDL, Brake Assist, engine immobilizer, reverse parking camera, Electronic stability control with driver steering recommendation. Other aspects include rain sensor, ISOFIX-child seat mounting, tyre pressure monitoring system, seat belt reminder, park distance control and automatic headlamp leveler.
New Volkswagen Tiguan in India is offered in two variants only they are Comfortline and Highline. In terms of pricing, its 2.0 TDI Comfortline is tagged at Rs. 27.49 lakh. While Tiguan’s 2.0 TDI Highline variant is available at the price tag of Rs. 30.88 lakh, ex-showroom. Volkswagen Tiguan goes up against the rebels such as Ford Endeavour, Skoda Kodiaq and Toyota Fortuner in the segment.


Step inside and this is the area where typical Volkswagen traits of solid build, sharp and edgy design comes into play. And this time around, the German automaker has done a tremendous job. The cabin looks fabulous in all-black colour scheme with the dashboard very-well put together which speaks the quality and fit and finish of the cabin. The switches operate with a precise click and this is something which can be seen in more expensive cars. The top half of the dashboard is covered in soft touch-plastics with the similar treatment given to the door armrests as well.
The seats are adorned in black Vienna leather with graceful grey piping. The driving position is pretty good and the electric adjustment with memory function further makes things easier. The front passenger seat height can also be adjusted but only manually. Though the ventilation might have been missing, the front passengers do get heated seats. The second row offers plenty of headroom and legroom, however, the seat could have been positioned a little higher for a better view of the outside. The rear seats can also be reclined and slide forward and backward and can be split in 60:40 proportion, however, you wouldn’t need that increased boot as the car already offers a mammoth 615L of space.
For those who don’t like the claustrophobic all-black theme, the carmaker has compensated that with the sunroof. Then there are cup holders at the front seat back with picnic trays, centre armrest at the front with storage box and storage compartment below the headlamp control, all which let you dump miscellaneous stuff. The 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment takes up a large space on the centre console.
The infotainment is powered by Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and MirrorLink as well as comes equipped with Think Blue system which rates your driving style. Then there is a whole of connectivity options including Bluetooth, USB, CD Player and SD card slot for entertainment and telephony. Sadly, there is no navigation system that would have been a valuable addition, however, for accessing navigation you can connect with VW App Connect. Other comfort features in the car include 3-zone climate control with rear air cons, auto-dimming IRVM, push button start, 12 V outlets at both front and rear, footwell lamps, paddle shifters, automatic LED headlamps, automatic wipers and cruise control among others.


The SUV looks like a typical Volkswagen. The family traits, especially at the front will certainly remind of you other Volkswagens. And what makes things fresh and in our favour is that the design and flow is in line with the new cars sold abroad rather than the ones selling here. A cursory look will let you think it’s a crossover, thanks to the low height of 1672mm. Moreover, with a sharp and edgy design it doesn’t look as muscular as contemporary SUVs in this space, instead, it dons looks which is quite European. Though the positioning of this SUV is little ambiguous, the appeal of VW cars generally lies in solid built quality they offer.
The typical front grille with large VW logo neatly merges into the LED headlamps. There are muscular sharp creases on the bonnet which is certainly an interesting style. Though the 18-inch wheels do add a bit of dash, the image of a crouching crossover is clearly evident. The muscular looks come from the brushed-aluminum finished roof rails and also the matte cladding on the lower half of the body. The added character comes from the thicker and more pronounced straight lines including the deep shoulder crease that nicely integrates into the LED tail lamps. The design of the taillights poses a unique identity with the fit and finish seems to be on par with the more costly German SUVs.

Mileage Running Cost

Big bulky SUVs are known for churning out less fuel efficiency due to their enormous engine and kerb weight. But this seems to be an exception to Volkswagen Tiguan. The carmaker claims that the SUV can deliver ARAI certified mileage of 17.6kmpl which is simply awesome.

Comfort Suspension

The Tiguan demonstrates the typical German SUV traits in terms of comfort and suspension. The handling is immaculate and gives the feeling of driving a sedan. This comes from the well-sorted suspension set-up and of course, a brilliant chassis. The SUV remains composed on open roads even when going for quick lane changes at speeds.
However, the suspension causes thuds when the car glides over speed breakers or potholes and this could be uncomfortable for the rear occupants. The wider tyre also adds some confidence with the fact that the car offers minimum body roll.

Engine Performance

The Indian version of Tiguan gets the new generation 2.0L diesel engine. The 4-cylinder TDI motor makes 143PS and 340Nm of peak torque. This might seems underwhelming on paper, but in real-world, the performance is more than acceptable. The refinement levels are brilliant and the engine sound feels sporty. The power delivery of the engine is quite upright with torque flowing smoothly all the way to the top rev range.
The powermill is paired to company’s tried and tested 7-speed dual clutch DSG automatic gearbox, a transmission system which is immensely popular for its smooth performance. The gearbox is perfectly tuned for city driving with negligible turbo lag and sharp throttle inputs. In the same vein, the performance of the car is competent enough on thoroughfares. Tiguan is a relaxed cruiser and can happily go all day long with a triple-digit speed. And with the 4Motion all-wheel-drive system on board, you don’t have to worry about off-roading.

Braking Safety

Like other cars in its class, the Volkswagen Tiguan also come equipped with all-round disc brakes. The bite force is good and the car doesn’t feel any hitches in stopping in a straight line, even when the brake pedal is prodded at speeds.
The top-notch safety cover is another valuable aspect of this car. With 5-star safety ratings, Tiguan is offered with 6 airbags, ABS with EBD and safety tech such as ESC, ASR, EDL, and EDTC. Other features include hill descent control, traction control, self-sealing tyres, ISOFIX child seat mounts, park distance control, tyre pressure monitoring system, underbody stone protection and driver alert system.

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    Taiguan looking pretty. Premium SUVs like Taiguan having priced between 25 l to 30 l, lacking interiors like sun blinds for back windshield, rear windows etc., and comforts like button car brake, push button start stop etc., Hope this TAIGUAN not dissatisfies, ignoring these minimum interior and comforts. Read More

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