Yesterday Volkswagen announced U.S. pricing for the refreshed Tiguan SUV. Four trim levels from $25,995 to $36,595 are available. Sales start in the third quarter of 2021.
Under the hood of the 2022 VW Tiguan, there is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder TSI engine producing 184 horsepower, 221 pound-feet of torque, and paired with 8-speed automatic transmission.
Drive choices include either front-wheel or 4Motion all-wheel drive. The latter is standard on the top-of-range model.
Standard features include LED lights, heated front seats, Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, and Car-Net with Wi-Fi capability. The IQ.DRIVE safety and driver-assist suite, wireless App-Connect, 15-color ambient lighting are optional.
Front-wheel-drive Tiguans are three-row ones, while all-wheel-drive models offer only two rows of seats.
There are four new wheel designs – 17- 18-, 19- and 20-inch ones, and eight exterior paints. Cinnamon leatherette and Noisette leather are new interior colors.
- S FWD $25,995
- S AWD $27,495
- IQ.DRIVE $895
- SE FWD $29,495
- SE AWD $30,995
- Panoramic sunroof $1,200
- SE R-Line Black FWD $32,295
- SE R-Line Black AWD $33,795
- SEL R-Line $36,595
The destination fee for all trims is $1,195.
The new fully loaded SEL R-Line grade is $2,500 cheaper than the previous range-topping model with more features.
By sales in the 2nd quarter of this year, the Volkswagen Tiguan continues to be the best-selling model of the brand in the USA (37,887 units) followed by the Atlas (24,851 units), Atlas Sport (14,526 units), and Jetta (13,442 units). The rest of Volkswagen’s models are much behind.