Volkswagen Tiguan 110TSI Trendline 2017 review | snapshot

26 September 2016
 by 
, CarsGuide

The Volkswagen Tiguan 110TSI Trendline marks the entry point to the range, pairing the smallest petrol engine with the most basic trim level. It sits below the 110TSI Comfortline, the 132TSI Comfortline and the 162TSI Highline in the petrol-powered line up. It's available with a six-speed manual ($31,990) or a six speed DSG automatic ($34,490).

The 110TSI Trendline is powered by a 110kW, 250Nm turbocharged four-cylinder engine and it sends its power to the front wheels.

It arrives with an Apple CarPlay/Android Auto-equipped eight-inch multimedia screen and 17-inch alloys. You can also expect to find automatic headlights and wipers, cruise control and LED tail-lights on the standard-inclusions list.

Your standard safety kit will include AEB, Lane Assist, fatigue detection, a rear-view camera and semi—autonomous parking. You'll also get seven airbags (two in the front, two on the side for front-row passengers, two curtain airbags and a knee airbag for the driver) and a maximum five-star ANCAP Safety rating.

Specifications

Price: From $31,990 (man) $34,490 (auto)
Fuel consumption: 6.0L/100km (man) - 6.3L/100km (auto) (combined), 138g/km/146g/km CO2 Tank 58L
Seats: 5
Warranty: 3 years/Unlimited kms
Service Interval: 12 months/15,000km
Engine: 1.4L turbo 4-cyl premium unleaded, 110kW/150Nm
Transmission: 6sp manual/6sp automatic, 2WD
Turning circle: 11.5m diameter
Dimensions: 4486mm(L), 1839mm (W), 1648mm (H)

Click here to see more 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan pricing and spec info.

Volkswagen Tiguan 110TSI Trendline 2017 review | snapshot

What we like

  • Clever cylinder-deactivation tech saves fuel

What we don't

  • Noticeable turbo lag under heavy acceleration (DSG)

Rivals

Comments