Thank you to our local VW suppliers Corkhills Wigan, for allowing the CarLease UK team to test and review one of their new cars – the VW Tiguan 7 seater.
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What is quite interesting with the vehicle is that this type of SUV reflects what is commonly sought by the UK automotive market. Over the last 5 years, the UK public has moved from running multiples of vehicles (sports car/hatchback/SUV) to running less and less vehicles, as the rising motoring costs, fuel costs, pressures on home economies and stagnant wages has changed car buying/leasing attitudes. Indeed, customers now often need a car which can do a multitude of tasks – spacious, 7-seat, aesthetically pleasing and high in specification.
With many families commuting via train/bus to work, having one “family” car means that this vehicle must satisfy all requirements.
Manufacturers are investing more and more into the SUV segment, which is producing better options/engines and deals for the customer database. Whether this will come at the detriment of hatchbacks or estate vehicles, is hard to determine. However, the short to medium term future is definitely an SUV one.
In terms of the car shown here, the Volkswagen TIGUAN ALLSPACE DIESEL ESTATE 2.0 TDi R Line 5dr DSG, this is based on the following configuration:
· Deep black Pearl Paint
· Race cloth – Grey
· 20″ Suzuka alloy wheels + anti theft wheel bolts
As standard the car includes winter pack, front and rear parking sensors, trailer stability programme, remote tailgate release, discover navigation with 8” colour screen, rain sensing wipers, tinted windows, DTC, ESP, front assist with emergency braking, Bluetooth, adaptive cruise control, distance control assist, active information display, fatigue detection system, auto dimming mirror, body coloured externals, 2 x USB sockets in front, DAB radio, LED headlights with dynamic light assist, climate control, leather steering wheel with multifunction controls, stainless steel pedals, ambient lighting pack, luggage compartment pack, active pedestrian safety system, 20” alloys, XDS differential lock, engine immobiliser, alarm with interior protection and 40/20/40 split folding rear seats.
In terms of additional factory options, consider adding – power tailgate, keyless entry and (if budgets allow) the Vienna leather.
On the technical-side, company car and business users can note the P11d at £37,595.00 and CO2 at 134g/km for calculation of tax. The 1968CC 7 speed auto engine delivers 55.4 combined MPG, 150ps and 0-62 times of 9.9 seconds. The service intervals on a diesel Tiguan are every 12 months or 10,000 miles, whichever lands sooner.
So would you select the Tiguan Allspace as your next 7-seat leasing option? Or would the Hyundai Santa Fe, Discovery Sport or Nissan X-trail get your vote?
Find the webs best leasing deals on the 7 seater VW Tiguan Allspace right here @CarLease UK – you can also check out more 7 seater reviews below.