VOLK­SWA­GEN TIGUAN

The Courier-Mail - Motoring - - Cover Story -

More boot space in the sec­ond-gen­er­a­tion Tiguan ad­dresses one of the main crit­i­cisms of the first model and should im­prove the car’s prospects with small fam­i­lies. The small SUV is wider, longer and lighter than its pre­de­ces­sor. The ex­pected equip­ment up­grades in­clude au­ton­o­mous emer­gency brak­ing with pedes­trian de­tec­tion and lane-keep­ing as­sist. Ex­pect to see the VW Group’s 12.3-inch dig­i­tal driver’s dis­play — first used in the Audi TT — on top-spec mod­els. Touch­screen sizes range from five to eight inches. Due late this year, the Tiguan should start at $30,000 for the en­try

model.

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