German Motoring Magazine Has Named The New 2016 Tiguan

Published On: July 29, 2016Last Updated: May 20, 2023
New 2016 Tiguan

German motoring magazine has named the New 2016 Tiguan as all-wheel drive car of the year during its 2016 awards Since 2007, the Tiguan has been a best-selling mid-range SUV and has sold over 2.8 million units worldwide over the past 9 years.

The latest model shows a more mature design from previous models, with a bold shape and smooth design on the outside, whilst the inside offers more accommodating space and an improved infotainment system.

The interior is very well crafted, with the cockpit ergonomically design to help keep the driver in control, and with the ambient lighting and panoramic glass roof, the passenger section is very well lit and light.

2016’s new version has an updated range of eight engines, ranging from the 2.0-litre S TDI BlueMotion-Tech up to the 2.0-litre TSI 4MOTION BlueMotion-Tech.

With the 4MOTION all-wheel drive system available on most of the range, you will be safe in the knowledge that you will be at the wheel of a stable and reliable vehicle.

Also integrated into the safety systems is Lane Assist, which is activated from 40mph, Area View, a feature that will help you in tight parking situations, and the optional Trailer Assist that reverses the vehicle into the right position while you control the accelerator and brake.

The 2016 Tiguan starts from £25,560 for the Tiguan S, with the top of the range Tiguan R-Line starting from £31,925.

For more information on the new Tiguan range, click here and visit Inchcape’s blog for more news stories and updates.

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