Volkswagen Tiguan 110TDI Comfortline 2017 review | snapshot

26 September 2016
 by 
, CarsGuide

The $42,990 Volkswagen Tiguan 110TDI Comfortline is the entry-level diesel in the Tiguan range, with the cheaper Trendline trim paired only with petrol engines. It sits below the 140TDI Highline in the diesel-powered line up.

The 110TDI is powered by a 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine that generates 110kW and 340Nm, and that will sip a claimed/combined 5.9 litres per hundred kilometres. It's paired with a seven-speed DSG automatic gearbox and arrives with VW's 4MOTION all-wheel-drive system as standard.

The 110TDI Comfortline gets an Apple CarPlay/Android Auto-equipped eight-inch multimedia screen and 17-inch alloys, along with automatic headlights and wipers, cruise control and LED tail-lights. You'll also get three-zone climate control, sat-nav and some chrome in the cabin.

Your standard safety kit will include AEB, Lane Assist, fatigue detection, a rear-view camera and semi—autonomous parking. And you can add to that 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.

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Specifications

  • Price From $42,990 (auto)
  • Fuel consumption 5.9L/100km (combined), 155g/km CO2 Tank 60L
  • Seats 5
  • Warranty 3 years/Unlimited
  • Service Interval 12 months/15,000km
  • Engine 2.0L turbo 4-cyl diesel, 110kW/340Nm
  • Transmission 7-spd automatic, AWD
  • Turning circle 11.5m diameter
  • Dimensions 4486mm (L), 1839mm (W), 1658mm (H)

Volkswagen Tiguan 110TDI Comfortline 2017 review | snapshot

What we like

  • Huge level of standard safety.

What we don't

  • Not available on Trendline, so no cheap way into a diesel.

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