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Volkswagen Tiguan 2019 pricing and spec confirmed

The Tiguan will only be available in three variants initially for 2019.

Volkswagen Australia has confirmed pricing for its simplified range of Tiguan variants for the 2019 model year including a new Wolfsburg edition halo variant.

It follows confirmation of pricing for the seven-seat Tiguan Allspace, and, according to Volkswagen, is adjusted to cater to buyer demand for higher variants.

The Tiguan range will now be all-wheel drive only and feature just one 2.0-litre petrol engine in two states of tune mated solely to a seven-speed DSG auto. Diesels and front-drive variants have been axed.

Starting in October 2018, the current 110TSI range of variants will be dropped, starting the range at $42,490 for the 132TSI Comfortline. That car comes equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry, easy open and close tailgate, 'dynamic' LED headlights, 8.0-inch multimedia system with built in sat-nav, Apple CarPlay and Android auto as well as AEB and three-zone climate control.

The Tiguan range will now be all-wheel drive only. The Tiguan range will now be all-wheel drive only.

The 132TSI Comfortline can be enhanced with $700 optional paint, a $4000 'Luxury Package' adding leather upholstery, electrically adjustable and heated seats as well as a panoramic glass sunroof and a $3200 'Sound and Vision package' which adds premium audio, ambient interior lighting, 'active info display' digital dashboard suite and 'area view' top-down reversing camera.

Moving up to the $49,490 162TSI Highline, the Tiguan will gain 19-inch alloys, adaptive cruise, rear cross traffic alert (RCTA), 'traffic jam assist', dynamic headlights and LED rear lights, electrically adjustable heated front seats with memory function, leather appointed upholstery and a 9.2-inch multimedia system with built-in sat-nav.

The Highline can then be optioned with the $3000 'Sound and Vision package' with digital dash, premium audio and 'area view' top-down reversing camera. As well as the $2900 'R-Line package' which includes 20-inch alloys, rear spoiler and a slew of aesthetic exterior and interior touches.

Topping off the range will be the $55,490 Wolfsburg edition which is based on the Highline, comes with the Sound and Vision and R-Line packages as standard as well as the addition of a unique exterior treatment, head up display and rear window tint.

Volkswagen say the base 110TSI range will return in some form the future.

Volkswagen Tiguan 2019 pricing

Volkswagen Tiguan 132TSI Comfortline 4 MOTION 7spd DSG - $42,490
Volkswagen Tiguan 162TSI Highline 4MOTION 7spd DSG - $49,490
Volkswagen Tiguan Wolfsburg Edition 162TSI 4MOTION 7spd DSG- $55,490

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