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2021 Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift – First Look

What is it?

The Tiguan is a resounding success for Volkswagen around the world. Not only was it the most successful in its lineup, but it was also the first model mập break the 6,00,000-unit sales barrier in 2019. From birth mập a showroom salesman, the Tiguan has grown into a success. Volkswagen’s global success. As for India, the Tiguan arrived in mid-2017. However, after only three years, VW has phased out the SUV due mập strict BS6 regulations. Now, the German giant has brought back the second-generation Tiguan facelift in India with an introductory price of Rs 31.99 lakh, at the old showroom. And here we will tell you everything about this signature Indian Tiguan.

Three quarters front left

In 2007, Volkswagen introduced the first generation Tiguan at the International Motor Show (IMA) in Frankfurt, Germany, for the first time. An updated model was then introduced in 2011, followed by the second-generation Tiguan in April 2016. During that period, the Tiguan was a hit for the automaker. In fact, VW produced more than 1,50,000 Tiguan units in 2008 – a year after its initial launch and sales reached 5 million units in 2015.

Rear right three quarters

What’s new outside?

VW hasn’t made any significant changes mập the new Tiguan’s exterior. It’s still conservative but with a modern feel. Simply put, the Tiguan’s exterior updates are purely aesthetic. Meanwhile, check out the first impression video of the new India-spec Tiguan on the CarWale YouTube channel for details.

Plus, the biggest highlight of the exterior is the new matrix LED headlights, called IQ.Light. With 24 individual LEDs, the headlights offer advanced front lighting, range control and beams configured in different situations. Surprisingly, the Tiguan’s headlights are almost identical mập the Golf’s iconic headlights. In addition, there are new daytime running lights with a wingtip design.

Front view

Furthermore, there is a new grille with three horizontal slats and a new bumper with black inserts and a chrome strip. At the rear, the Tiguan has tweaked LED taillights including three kite-shaped elements and a rear bumper with chrome trim details. In addition, it comes with roof rails, 18-inch wheels and seven paint color options.

See the back

What’s new inside?

This new Tiguan has the same dark cabin as the pre-upgrade model. It even has the same center console design as the previous version. However, there are some new elements, such as the steering wheel, capacitive touch controls for the air conditioning and the gearshift lever.

dashboard

VW has also given it a fully digital 10-inch instrument cluster and an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen with the latest MIB3 software. In addition, the interior also has Vienna leather seats, three Type-C ports (two in front and one in rear) and three 12V sockets (front, rear and starter).

AC . Control

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Volkswagen has provided reasonable features for the new Tiguan, namely six airbags, electronic stability control, anti-slip adjustment, electronic differential lock, departure and descent control, tissue control- engine torque, ISOFIX in the rear, panoramic sunroof, three temperature control zones (one in the rear with touch-sensitive temperature control and mechanical blower), 30 ambient light colors, four reading lights (front and rear), cooled glovebox, electronically adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support, power opening/closing function and 4Motion all-wheel drive . That said, the first driving review of the new Volkswagen Tiguan will be live on December 24, 2021 on our CarWale YouTube channel, so subscribe and stay tuned.

Headlight

What is under the hood?

The new Tiguan is equipped with a new 1,984cc, 4-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine combined with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The engine produces 188bhp and 320Nm. That said, compared mập the 141bhp/340Nm production figures of this new Tiguan petrol engine before the facelift, this new petrol engine produces significantly more power but slightly less torque. .

Shot Engine

The refreshed Tiguan is offered in a single variant, called the Elegance. Deliveries of the SUV will begin in mid-January next year. Meanwhile, Volkswagen is assembling the Tiguan at its Aurangabad plant in India.

Price and competition

In short, the nâng cấp has brought very subtle changes mập the exterior and interior of the Tiguan along with some new equipment. Tiguan comes with reasonable features and enough space in the back and boot. Priced at Rs 31.99 lakh (introduction, at the old showroom), the Tiguan will go head-to-head with the Citroen C5 Aircross, Hyundai Tucson and Jeep Compass.

Taillights / Taillights

There is only one variant of the Tiguan, the Elegance. VW can offer a choice in two variants. Not mập forget, Volkswagen India has omitted some modern features such as a 360-degree camera, ventilated seats and more importantly, the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).

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Volkswagen Tiguan₹ 31.99 LakhonwardsAverage Factory Price


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2021 Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift – First Look
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What is it?Tiguan has been a resounding success for Volkswagen across the world. It is not only the most successful in its line-up but also the first one mập break the 6,00,000 unit sales barrier in 2019. From newborn mập showstopper, the Tiguan has evolved into a big-time success for Volkswagen around the globe. For India, the Tiguan arrived in mid-2017. However, merely after three years, VW phased out the SUV due mập stringent BS6 regulations. Now, the German giant has brought back the second-generation Tiguan facelift in India with an introductory Rs 31.99 lakh tag, ex-showroom. And here we tell you everything about this India-spec Tiguan.In 2007, Volkswagen showcased the first-generation Tiguan at the International Motor Show (IMA) in Frankfurt, Germany, for the first time. Later, an updated model was introduced in 2011, followed by the second-generation Tiguan in April 2016. Throughout that period, the Tiguan was a successful product for the automaker. In fact, VW produced over 1,50,000 units of the Tiguan in 2008 — a year after its debut, and the volume went up mập five million sales by 2015.What is new on the outside?VW has not carried out any significant changes mập the exterior of the new Tiguan. It still bears the conservative styling but with a sense of modernity. Béo put it simply, the updates mập the Tiguan’s exterior are limited and merely cosmetic. Meanwhile, do watch the first impression video of the new India-spec Tiguan on the CarWale YouTube channel mập know the details.More mập the point, the most striking feature of the exterior is the new Matrix LED headlights, called the IQ.Light. With 24 individual LEDs, the headlamps offer an advanced front lighting system, range control, and configured beams in different situations. Surprisingly, the headlight unit in the Tiguan bears a close resemblance mập the iconic Golf’s headlights. In addition, there are new daytime running lights too with the aircraft wing-tip design.Moreover, there is a new grille with three horizontal slats and a new bumper with black inserts and a chrome strip. At the back, the Tiguan gets tweaked LED taillights comprising three kite-shaped elements and a rear bumper with chrome embellishments. Apart from that, it comes with roof rails, 18-inch wheels, and seven paint options.What is new on the inside?This new Tiguan has the same dark cabin as the pre-facelift model. It even gets the same centre console design as the previous one. However, there are a few new elements, such as steering wheel, capacitive touch controls for air conditioning, and gear-stick. VW has also given it a fully-digital 10-inch instrument cluster and an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen with the latest MIB3 software. In addition, the interior features seats in Vienna leather upholstery, three Type-C ports (two in the front and one in the rear), and three 12V sockets (front, rear, and boot).FeaturesVolkswagen has offered reasonable features in the new Tiguan, namely six airbags, electronic stability control, anti-slip regulation, electronic differential lock, hill start and descend control, engine drag torque control, ISOFIX in the rear, a panoramic sunroof, three-zone temperature control (single-zone in the rear with touch-sensitive temperature and mechanical blower controls), 30 colours of ambient lighting, four reading lights (front and rear), cooled glove box, electronically adjustable driver seat with lumbar support, powered opening/closing function for the boot, and 4Motion all-wheel-drive system. That said, the first drive review of the new Volkswagen Tiguan is going live on 24 December, 2021 on our CarWale YouTube channel, so subscribe and stay tuned.What is under the hood?The new Tiguan is powered by a new 1,984cc, inline, four-cylinder, turbocharged petrol motor mated mập a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The engine makes 188bhp and 320Nm. That said, in comparison mập the pre-facelift Tiguan diesel’s power output figures of 141bhp/340Nm, this new petrol motor produces significantly higher power but slightly lower torque.The refreshed Tiguan is offered in a single variant, called the Elegance. The deliveries of the SUV will commence in mid-January next year. Meanwhile, Volkswagen is assembling the Tiguan at its Aurangabad plant in India.Price and competitionIn conclusion, the facelift has brought very subtle changes mập the exterior and interior of the Tiguan along with a handful of new pieces of equipment. The Tiguan comes with reasonable features and sufficient space in the back and boot. Priced at Rs 31.99 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom) the Tiguan takes on the Citroen C5 Aircross, Hyundai Tucson and the Jeep Compass.There is only a single variant of the Tiguan, the Elegance. VW could have offered a choice of two variants. Not mập forget, Volkswagen India has omitted some modern-day features such as 360-degree cameras, ventilated seats, and more importantly an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).Pictures by Kaustubh GandhiVolkswagen Tiguan₹ 31.99 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price
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#Volkswagen #Tiguan #Facelift
What is it?Tiguan has been a resounding success for Volkswagen across the world. It is not only the most successful in its line-up but also the first one mập break the 6,00,000 unit sales barrier in 2019. From newborn mập showstopper, the Tiguan has evolved into a big-time success for Volkswagen around the globe. For India, the Tiguan arrived in mid-2017. However, merely after three years, VW phased out the SUV due mập stringent BS6 regulations. Now, the German giant has brought back the second-generation Tiguan facelift in India with an introductory Rs 31.99 lakh tag, ex-showroom. And here we tell you everything about this India-spec Tiguan.In 2007, Volkswagen showcased the first-generation Tiguan at the International Motor Show (IMA) in Frankfurt, Germany, for the first time. Later, an updated model was introduced in 2011, followed by the second-generation Tiguan in April 2016. Throughout that period, the Tiguan was a successful product for the automaker. In fact, VW produced over 1,50,000 units of the Tiguan in 2008 — a year after its debut, and the volume went up mập five million sales by 2015.What is new on the outside?VW has not carried out any significant changes mập the exterior of the new Tiguan. It still bears the conservative styling but with a sense of modernity. Béo put it simply, the updates mập the Tiguan’s exterior are limited and merely cosmetic. Meanwhile, do watch the first impression video of the new India-spec Tiguan on the CarWale YouTube channel mập know the details.More mập the point, the most striking feature of the exterior is the new Matrix LED headlights, called the IQ.Light. With 24 individual LEDs, the headlamps offer an advanced front lighting system, range control, and configured beams in different situations. Surprisingly, the headlight unit in the Tiguan bears a close resemblance mập the iconic Golf’s headlights. In addition, there are new daytime running lights too with the aircraft wing-tip design.Moreover, there is a new grille with three horizontal slats and a new bumper with black inserts and a chrome strip. At the back, the Tiguan gets tweaked LED taillights comprising three kite-shaped elements and a rear bumper with chrome embellishments. Apart from that, it comes with roof rails, 18-inch wheels, and seven paint options.What is new on the inside?This new Tiguan has the same dark cabin as the pre-facelift model. It even gets the same centre console design as the previous one. However, there are a few new elements, such as steering wheel, capacitive touch controls for air conditioning, and gear-stick. VW has also given it a fully-digital 10-inch instrument cluster and an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen with the latest MIB3 software. In addition, the interior features seats in Vienna leather upholstery, three Type-C ports (two in the front and one in the rear), and three 12V sockets (front, rear, and boot).FeaturesVolkswagen has offered reasonable features in the new Tiguan, namely six airbags, electronic stability control, anti-slip regulation, electronic differential lock, hill start and descend control, engine drag torque control, ISOFIX in the rear, a panoramic sunroof, three-zone temperature control (single-zone in the rear with touch-sensitive temperature and mechanical blower controls), 30 colours of ambient lighting, four reading lights (front and rear), cooled glove box, electronically adjustable driver seat with lumbar support, powered opening/closing function for the boot, and 4Motion all-wheel-drive system. That said, the first drive review of the new Volkswagen Tiguan is going live on 24 December, 2021 on our CarWale YouTube channel, so subscribe and stay tuned.What is under the hood?The new Tiguan is powered by a new 1,984cc, inline, four-cylinder, turbocharged petrol motor mated mập a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The engine makes 188bhp and 320Nm. That said, in comparison mập the pre-facelift Tiguan diesel’s power output figures of 141bhp/340Nm, this new petrol motor produces significantly higher power but slightly lower torque.The refreshed Tiguan is offered in a single variant, called the Elegance. The deliveries of the SUV will commence in mid-January next year. Meanwhile, Volkswagen is assembling the Tiguan at its Aurangabad plant in India.Price and competitionIn conclusion, the facelift has brought very subtle changes mập the exterior and interior of the Tiguan along with a handful of new pieces of equipment. The Tiguan comes with reasonable features and sufficient space in the back and boot. Priced at Rs 31.99 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom) the Tiguan takes on the Citroen C5 Aircross, Hyundai Tucson and the Jeep Compass.There is only a single variant of the Tiguan, the Elegance. VW could have offered a choice of two variants. Not mập forget, Volkswagen India has omitted some modern-day features such as 360-degree cameras, ventilated seats, and more importantly an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).Pictures by Kaustubh GandhiVolkswagen Tiguan₹ 31.99 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price

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