The Tiguan was Volkswagen's response to the rising popularity of crossover vehicles in the Philippines. The Tiguan has smooth curves around the body and hood lines that converge to the front grille, it also has a roof rail completing a tough yet classy look. It sports 17-inch wheels multi spoke wheels.
Inside is all about comfort - from the spacious legroom in all seats, leather-covered multi-function drive wheel, Cruise Control, Climatronic Dual-Zone Air Conditioning, Keyless-Go entry/exit, and Push Start system. A Hill Hold system is a standard in all models to prevent the Tiguan from unintentional downward movement for 2-seconds during a climb or descent.
The Tiguan has a 1.4L gasoline engine for the base model, producing 121 hp with 200 Nm of torque paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. On the other hand, the Business Edition has a 2.0L diesel engine that churns out 138hp with 320Nm of torque and employs a 4-wheel drive system.
The Volkswagen Tiguan Business Edition is the German brand’s newest dark horse to the local compact SUV segment. Just launched early this year, it’s one of the vehicles that Volkswagen showcased during the media thanksgiving ceremony in January.