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VW Repackages Tiguan as 2017 Tiguan Limited

August 18, 2017

Photo of 2017 Tiguan Limited courtesy of VW.
Photo of 2017 Tiguan Limited courtesy of VW.

Volkswagen will offer its existing Tiguan as a value-based compact SUV known as the Tiguan Limited that will retail for $4,250 less than the new long-wheelbase model, the company has announced.

The 2017 Tiguan Limited will retail for at last $21,995 plus destination fees. It will be available in a single trim grade with a 2.0-liter turbocharged TSI engine that makes 200 horsepower. 

The engine delivers power through a six-speed automatic transmission to either front-wheel or 4Motion all-wheel drive.

The Tiguan is fitted with 16-inch steel wheels, halogen headlights, cloth seating surfaces and door inserts, Composition Color infotainment system with Bluetooth for compatible devices and a rearview camera. Buyers can add 4Motion all-wheel for $1,975

Volkswagen will offer two packages including the Wheel package ($495) and Premium package ($1,295). The Wheel package adds 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, while the Premium package adds the Composition Media infotainment system, which has a 6.33-inch screen and supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink. The Composition Media system also includes HD radio, one SD card slot, the ability to sync two phones simultaneously, and a three-month trial to Sirius XM Satellite Radio.

Other features in the Premium package include cruise control, leather multifunction steering wheel, KESSY keyless access with push-button start, cargo cover, and roof rails.

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