2017 Volkswagen Tiguan ratings and reviews

For 2017, Volkswagen has decided to give the Tiguan lineup another switcheroo. The SE trims, and R-Line trims are no more, while the Sport and Wolfsburg trims are new to the scene. The base level S trim and top-level SEL trim remain. Tiguan S models include a 6.3-inch infotainment system for 2017 as well as keyless access, push-button start, rearview camera, and heated front seats. The Wolfsburg trim adds in a moonroof, 17-inch wheels, compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and power front seats. The Sport version offers leather seats, a sport suspension, and navigation system. The highest level SEL models have a premium audio system, 19-inch wheels, and power-folding side mirrors. The Tiguan comes with a 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower and a six-speed automatic that has both sport and manual shift modes. FWD is standard, and AWD is an available option.

Select a 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan trim level

For 2017, Volkswagen has decided to give the Tiguan lineup another switcheroo. The SE trims, and R-Line trims are no more, while the Sport and Wolfsburg trims are new to the scene. The base level S trim and top-level SEL trim remain. Tiguan S models include a 6.3-inch infotainment system for 2017 as well as keyless access, push-button start, rearview camera, and heated front seats. The Wolfsburg trim adds in a moonroof, 17-inch wheels, compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and power front seats. The Sport version offers leather seats, a sport suspension, and navigation system. The highest level SEL models have a premium audio system, 19-inch wheels, and power-folding side mirrors. The Tiguan comes with a 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower and a six-speed automatic that has both sport and manual shift modes. FWD is standard, and AWD is an available option.




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