The range of the Volkswagen Tiguan is completed these days with the arrival of plug-in hybrid variants that stand out for including the CERO environmental label from the General Directorate of Traffic. At the moment they can only be purchased with two very complete trim levels.
We have already seen the mechanics used in the new member in other Volkswagen Group models such as the SEAT León and Tarraco, Skoda Octavia and Superb, or in the Volkswagen Golf. It develops 245 hp of power and has a lithium-ion battery with 13.0 kWh of capacity that gives electricity of 50 km.
The levels of completion available They are called Life and R-Line. All of them include standard LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, traffic signal reader, pre-collision warning, automatic city braking, lane departure alert, fatigue and pedestrian detector, parking sensors and hill start assistant.
Also standard on the Life are the tri-zone climate control, multimedia system with navigation and DAB radio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, USB, digital instrumentation, 18-inch alloy wheels, Blind Spot Detector, tinted windows, SmartBeam, fog lights, etc.
The R-Line finish adds the exterior sports package (specific bumpers, side skirts, etc.), 19-inch alloy wheels, specific upholstery, Matrix iQ-LED headlights, dual panoramic roof, rear camera, interior lighting package, darkened taillights, driving mode selector, chrome package, etc.
The recommended prices without discounts are as follows:
- 1.4 TSI 245 CV eHybrid DSG Life € 43,850
- 1.4 TSI 245 CV eHybrid DSG R-Line € 49,525