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Longer 2018 Tiguan Starts at $26,245

June 14, 2017

Photo of 2018 Tiguan courtesy of Volkswagen.
Photo of 2018 Tiguan courtesy of Volkswagen.

Volkswagen's 2018 Tiguan will arrive this summer with 10.6 inches of additional length and a price increase of $350 from the outgoing model in the highly competitive compact SUV segment, the company announced.

Volkswagen will offer four trim grades starting with the S starting at $26,245, followed by the SE, SEL, and SEL Premium. All models will be powered by a 2.0-liter TSI that makes 184 horsepower and 221 lb.-ft. of torque. Volkswagen will offer an available 4Motion all-wheel-drive system with the front-wheel drive Tiguan for an extra $1,300.

The FWD SE, SEL, and SEL Premium models will retail for $29,980, $33,450, and $37,150.

The Tiguan carries a limited warranty of six years or 72,000 miles.

Optional equipment packages include third-row seating ($500); Driver Assistance with autonomous braking, pedestrian monitoring, blind spot monitor, and rear traffic alert ($850); a panoramic sunroof ($1,200); and the R-Line performance model ($1,795 for SEL and $1,495 for SEL Premium).

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