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The sporty R-Line package that has proven popular on other Volkswagen models over the years is now being offered on the VW Tiguan. The Tiguan dressed out in all its R-Line finery was introduced at the recent Los Angeles auto show and will go on sale at Chapman Volkswagen Scottsdale in the first quarter of 2018. The package includes 19-inch Trenton alloy wheels for the SEL model and 20-inch Braselton wheels for those choosing the Tiguan with the SEL Premium trim package. Also included in the R-Line package are front air intakes in the special front bumpers and a diffusor at the rear, unique badging and body color side skirts and wheel extensions.

R-Line Features Prominent on Interior

The cabin of the new VW Tiguan with the R-Line appearance package is also unique from other models. It sports a logo when the Modular Infotainment Platform audio and communication system starts up, as well as a dynamic badge on the steering wheel, black headliner, R-Line logo on the stainless steel door sills and stainless sport pedal covers. The R-Line package utilizes the standard 2.0L turbocharged engine that, when coupled with the eight-speed automatic transmission, provides some thrilling driving dynamics. Advanced 4Motion all-wheel drive is also available on the R-Line models. The R-Line also comes with Park Distance Control for both the front and rear on the SEL model. That feature is already included on SEL Premium models.

Tiguan Named Best Compact SUV named the redesigned 2018 Tiguan the “Best Compact SUV of 2017.” “The 2018 VW Tiguan impressed the judges with its roominess and value,” according to editor-in-chief Jennifer Newman. “The cargo capability is top of the class, making this small SUV a huge advantage for shoppers concerned about getting the most room for the money. The Tiguan is is also a great option for families, earning the highest possible marks in the’s Car Seat Check.” Along with providing value and interior room, all the models were tested on available driver assistance features and ease of child-safety seat installation. “We are delighted that the 2018 Tiguan has been recognized by as one of the best compact SUVs on the market,” said VW VP Derrick Hatami. “Every aspect of the Tiguan is designed to cater to the needs of American drivers and their families – from standard driver assist technologies to an optional third row-and this award validates the All-new Tiguan is a serious competitor in this segment.” Swing by Chapman Volkswagen Scottsdale to check out the entire Tiguan inventory and inquire about an actual date when the new R-Line models will make an appearance.

With a starting sticker price of just $21,995, the new VW Tiguan Limited trim package offers a number of popular features at a deep discount. The Tiguan Limited comes with 16-inch wheels, a color infotainment system that offers Bluetooth connectivity and a rearview camera. For a little bit more, you can all-wheel drive and upgraded wheels. Choose the Premium Package and VW provides a larger infotainment screen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also includes a leather covered steering wheel with multifunction controls, keyless access, push-button ignition and cruise control. Check in at Chapman Volkswagen Scottsdale to test drive the redesigned Tiguan, VW’s entry into the subcompact SUV market.

Offers Spacious Seating for Five Adults

The VW Tiguan was redesigned for 2018 on a longer wheelbase chassis. The result is comfortable seating for five adults, with wide door frames offering easy access to the second row. There’s plenty of leg and headroom for everyone in the new Tiguan. The adjustable 40/20/40 back seat makes configuring the interior to haul awkward cargo a snap. Just fold the second-row seats down and you have an impressive 56.1 cubic feet. The front passenger seat folds flat forward, allowing room for those extra-long items, such as skis and lumber. VW engineers thought of everything to make transporting items easier, including a high-lifting rear tailgate to allow plenty of room to load bulky items.

Four-cylinder Delivers Power and Economy

Volkswagen outfits the new Tiguan with a 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder motor that not only earns 27 mpg on the highway, but also produces 184 horsepower and a smile-inducing 221 pound-feet of torque. The result of all that power, when paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, is that you get the most power and efficiency from every shift. All you have to do is sit back and step on the gas and let the marvel of German engineering take over as you smoothly merge onto busy freeways or get around large trucks ahead of oncoming traffic. Put the transmission in Tiptronic mode, and  take over the shifting duties, letting you enjoy the driving experience even more.

VW Digital Cockpit Puts Info Where You Need It

The 12.3-inch VW Digital Cockpit puts all the important vehicle information where you need it, right in your line of sight. You can choose the information you want displayed, including speed, RPMs, temperature and time, or you can switch to navigation mode for a wide map detailing where you’re going and how you’re going to get there. The Tiguan Limited model also features the Intelligent Crash Response System that senses a collision and then shuts off the fuel, unlocks all the doors and turns on the hazard lights once the airbags fire. Check out the entire VW Tiguan lineup today and take a test drive when you visit Chapman Volkswagen Scottsdale.

Buoyed by the release of the new full-size Atlas and compact Tiguan SUVs, Volkswagen enjoyed a 4 percent increase in June sales from the previous year. The company sold 512,700 vehicles worldwide in June, with especially strong sales in the USA, China and South America. “The Volkswagen brand saw worldwide deliveries increase in June as well as overall for the first half of the year and recorded strong growth in China and other key regions,” according to Jurgen Stackmann, VW board member. “In the USA, the Atlas got off to a successful start in the first two months of sales and helped the brand outpace market growth.” See the new Atlas, redesigned Tiguan and the entire VW lineup at Chapman Volkswagen in Scottsdale.

New Tiguan an Affordable Compact SUV with Plenty of Room

The VW Tiguan has been completely redesigned for 2018, offering more room and four different trim packages to entice a wide variety of buyers. Starting at just $25,345 for the S model, the Tiguan comes with front wheel drive and a peppy turbocharged 2.0L TSI motor. For about $1,300 more, you can get the patented VW 4Motion all-wheel drive system that turns this daily commuter into a capable off-road machine. The SE model adds an upgraded infotainment system, keyless access with push-button start and dual zone climate control to the equation. This is also where you start to get the advanced VW driver assistance safety features, including forward collision warning and blind spot monitoring. You get even more driver assistance technology with the SEL trim package, as well as navigation, a power lift gate, sunroof and remote start. The SEL Premium is the top of the line and includes adaptive headlights, rain-sensing wipers, leather seats and a whole host of other sophisticated features.

Atlas Has the Size Your Family Needs

The 2018 VW Atlas delivers the size and sophistication large families desire to solve all their daily transportation needs. With five different trim levels and two engine choices, the Atlas lineup is designed to appeal to a wide variety of consumers who need both room and power. Available with an efficient 2.0L engine, the Atlas TSI S has LED headlights and daytime running lights, a rearview camera and a 6.5-inch color touchscreen to control your infotainment and communication requirements. The Atlas S Launch package comes with a larger 3.6L V6 engine with your choice of front-wheel or all-wheel drive. It also comes with a standard panoramic sunroof, garage door opener, lighting in the footwells and a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen. The Atlas SE offers a more comprehensive list of sophisticated features, including heated door mirrors, rain-sensing windshield wipers, keyless access and a 10-way power driver seat. Choose the Atlas SE with Technology and you receive a whole host of driver assistance safety features, 3-zone climate control and power liftgate. The Atlas SEL and SEL Premium trim levels round out the offerings with features like memory controls for the power seats, factory-installed tow hitch and the VW Digital Cockpit that allows drivers to personalize how they receive important vehicle information. Stop by Chapman Volkswagen in Scottsdale today to inspect the new Tiguan and Atlas and take each for a comparative test drive.

With a longer wheelbase that creates more interior space for both cargo and people, the 2018 VW Tiguan is painting a bullseye on the American compact SUV market. One of the main complaints of the compact SUVs is that they are, well, small. Although they technically will hold four to five adults, riding in the back seat sometimes requires the ability of a contortionist to adapt to the space. The new VW Tiguan is almost 11 inches longer than the previous version, creating more leg room and giving the ability for adults to enter and exit the rear seating area without folding themselves in half. See the new Tiguan for yourself when it comes to Chapman Volkswagen later this summer.

Evolution of Timeless Design Delivers Refined Appearance

The first thing you’re sure to like about the new VW Tiguan is the sophisticated appearance that shows off modern lines and a sculptured, muscular look. The use of a new platform allows for a lower and wider stance, creating both a dynamic driving experience due to the low center of gravity and a design that turns heads. All the trim packages include LED running lights, LED taillights and fog lights that illuminate the way around corners. Heated exterior mirrors include turn signal indicators. Both the S and SE trim package come with 17-inch wheels. When you step up to the SEL model you get 18-inch wheels, while the SEL Premium and R-Line packages come with 19-inch wheels.

Versatile Seating Sets Tiguan Apart

Slide into the driver’s seat of the new VW Tiguan and you’ll be impressed by the thoughtful layout of all the controls. Everything’s within an easy reach, allowing you to focus on the road rather than look at how to turn the volume up on the radio. All the front wheel drive Tiguan models have three rows of seats. The second row is the result of some clever engineering that allows it to recline, slide forwards and backwards, fold completely down or split 40/20/40. This not only makes entering the third row easier, but makes for quick configuration when hauling large or awkward items.

MBII Infotainment System Offers Tons of Features

VW’s MBII infotainment system offers the most comprehensive grouping of features available from any automaker. It comes standard in every VW Tiguan with a number of different multimedia interfaces, Bluetooth connectivity and a rearview camera. From the SE model on up, buyers will receive a glass 8-inch touchscreen with at least two USB ports, a JPG viewer and SiriusXM subscription that’s free for three months. Choose the SEL Premium package and you’ll get a premium Fender audio system that delivers 480 watts through a 12-channel amplifier.

Comes with 6-year Warranty

One of the best features of the new VW Tiguan, and the item that shows the company’s confidence in this new product, is a 6-year, 72,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. That’s three more years and double the miles of coverage from most competitors. Stay in touch with Chapman Volkswagen to see when the new Tiguan will be available for a test drive.

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.