There are two grades in the Tiguan Allspace line-up and while the Highline is the dearer of them it comes with the most equipment.
Standard features include leather upholstery, a 9.2-inch touchscreen with sat nav, reversing camera, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, eight-speaker stereo, three-zone climate control, proximity key (keyless entry) and push button start, LED headlights, power tailgate with gesture open, adaptive chassis control, active cruise control, heated front and outside row-two seats, power front seats, ambient lighting, premium LED tail-lights and 19-inch ‘Auckland’ design alloys.
The Highline gets the most powerful engines in the Allspace range. There’s the 162TSI which makes 162kW/350Nm from its 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four cylinder and the 140TDI which produces 140kW/400Nm from the turbo-diesel four. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic shifts the gears with drive going to all four wheels.
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The Tiguan Allspace has an excellent armoury of advanced safety equipment including AEB.