The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan 162TSI Sportline has landed in Australia, with the new entry-level performance model to kick off from $45,990 before on-road costs.
Features include 20-inch ‘Kapstadt’ alloy wheels finished in Grey Metallic, LED headlights with daytime-running lights, ‘ArtVelours’ cloth/microfibre interior trim, and an 8.0-inch infotainment system with in-built satellite navigation, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
The Tiguan Sportline also gets adaptive chassis control, adaptive cruise control with Traffic Jam Assist, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and autonomous emergency braking (AEB).
Only two options are available – metallic or pearl paint ($700) and a panoramic electric glass sunroof ($2000).
Powering the Sportline is the familiar 162kW 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine borrowed from the Mk7 Golf GTI, with drive sent to the company’s 4Motion all-wheel drive system via a seven-speed DSG transmission.
The Tiguan 162TSI Sportline is available to order now.
110TSI Trendline – $31,990/$34,490 (6MT, 7DSG)
110TSI Comfortline – $36,990 (7DSG)
132TSI Comfortline 4Motion – $41,490 (7DSG)
110TDI Comfortline 4Motion – $42,990 (7DSG)
132TSI Adventure 4Motion – $43,990 (7DSG)
110TDI Adventure 4Motion – $45,490 (7DSG)
162TSI Sportline 4Motion – $45,990 (7DSG)
162TSI Highline 4Motion – $48,490 (7DSG)
140TDI Highline 4Motion – $49,990 (7DSG)
All prices exclude on-road costs