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New VW Tiguan Makes Great First Impression

From Inside/Out, Tiguan Offers Fresh Take

When the 2018 VW Tiguan arrives on the showroom floor at Chapman Volkswagen Scottsdale later this year, it will offer customers a completely fresh take on the SUV experience. From an athletic new style with LED lighting, a bold front grille and dual exhaust tips to the improved interior space, the Tiguan is a larger midsize SUV than consumers are used to seeing. All front-wheel drive Tiguans will come with a standard third-row seat, while the 4Motion all-wheel drive models will have the third row as an option.

More Room to Haul

Whether you’re hauling people or cargo, the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan is designed to meet your needs. With almost 11 more inches of wheelbase, the Tiguan has 57 percent more interior room than the current model. A 40/20/40 second row seat that slides forward and back by seven inches not only provides easy access to the third row, but offers a quick way to adjust for hauling home those large purchases. A new chassis system means the Tiguan also sits lower, meaning you won’t have to lift those heavy items as high to get them in the spacious rear hatch. Opening the hatch is also as simple as a kick, which tells the sensors your hands are full and to power up the lift gate.

New Tiguan Loaded With Power and Safety

When you test drive the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan at Chapman Volkswagen Scottsdale this fall, you should notice the power available for merging onto the freeway or climbing mountain passes. That’s because VW has revamped the 2.0L turbocharged engine to deliver 184 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque. The new 8-speed automatic transmission delivers plenty of low-end power before shifting smoothly through the gears for great fuel economy. A suite of driver assistance options will help you and your precious cargo get safely to your destination. Forward collision warning with autonomous braking not only senses an impending front-end crash, but also takes steps to avoid it should you fail to act. Pedestrian and blind spot monitoring, rear traffic alert and lane departure warning systems are other ways VW helps you avoid a wreck.

Custom Interior Built for Comfort

The new interior of the 2018 VW Tiguan is built for comfort and control. All switches are within easy ergonomic reach of the driver. An optional Volkswagen Digital Cockpit lets you configure the information you want to see displayed. Available leatherette seating, a panoramic sunroof and heated steering wheel all add to the desirability of this new addition to the SUV marketplace.

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