In terms of the car shown here, the Volkswagen TIGUAN DIESEL ESTATE 2.0 TDi BMT 150 SE Nav 5dr Manual, this is based on the following configuration:
· Urano Grey Solid Paint
· Rhombus cloth – Titan black
· 18″ Patagonia alloy wheels + anti theft wheel bolts
As standard the car includes front/rear parking sensors, underseat storage, tailgate release, high beam assist, cornering fog lights, 18” alloys, leather steering wheel (multifunction), navigation, heated rear window, rain sensing wipers, drag torque control, brake assist, front assist (incl emergency braking), hill hold control, front and rear carpet mats, Bluetooth, adaptive cruise control, distance control assist, lane assist, auto dimming rear view mirror, electric heated and adjustable door mirrors, climate control, first aid kit, XDS electric differential lock, space saver spare wheel and alarm with interior protection.
As the SE is the “middle-spec” model this is does come complete with a great specification as standard. However, consider the powered tailgate, electric panoramic roof and ambient lighting pack for the complete car.
On the technical-side, company car and business drivers ca note the P11d at £29,220.00 and CO2 at a good 125g/km. The 1968CC 6 speed manual engine delivers 58.9 combined MPG, 150ps and 0-62 times of 9.3 seconds. Service intervals on a diesel VW Tiguan are every 12 months or 10,000 miles, whichever lands sooner.
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