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Volkswagen is positioning the Tiguan as a sportier alternative to other vehicles its size, calling it the "GTI of sport-utility vehicles." Its turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces more power than the base engines in other compact utility vehicles while being more fuel-efficient than V-6-powered engines in its class. The Tiguan's tall body allows a much more spacious interior than a compact car. Volkswagen is including complimentary scheduled service for three years or 36,000 miles.
2009 Volkswagen Tiguan Trims
FWD 4dr Auto S MSRP: $24,300.00
FWD 4dr SE MSRP: $26,925.00
FWD 4dr SEL MSRP: $30,990.00
AWD 4dr SE MSRP: $28,875.00
AWD 4dr SEL MSRP: $32,940.00
FWD 4dr Man S MSRP: $23,200.00
FWD 4dr SE w/Leather MSRP: $28,275.00
AWD SE w/Leather MSRP: $30,225.00
2009 Tiguan Changes
The Tiguan is an all-new compact sport-utility vehicle that slots below the larger Touareg as the second SUV in Volkswagen's lineup. Unlike the Touareg, which emphasizes towing and off-road ability, the Tiguan is oriented mainly for passenger and cargo duty on-road. The four-cylinder Tiguan is about the same length and width as Volkswagen's compact Jetta sedan and competes in a class with the Honda CR-V
and Subaru Forester.
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