New starting price for 2016 reduces entry to the lineup by nearly $1,400. MIB II infotainment systems with USB across the lineup, VW Car-Net App-Connect on all but S-Trim lines reordered to run S, R-Line, SE, SEL. The Tiguan takes a major step forward in value for 2016, with a nearly $1,400 reduction in the starting price and content added across the lineup. New standard features include V-Tex leatherette seating surfaces, heated seats and keyless access with push-button start.
For 2016, the Tiguan R-Line is repositioned to a lower price point between the S and SE trims to make the sporty and aggressive styling even more accessible. The trim order is now S, R-Line, SE, and SEL and more content has been added as standard across the line-up. The entry-level S trim line adds MIB II infotainment systems with 5-inch touchscreen and USB, Keyless access with push-button start, V-Tex leatherette seating surfaces, heated front seats, heated washer nozzles and automatic headlights with rain-sensing wipers and auto-dimming mirror.
R-Line and higher trim lines receive MIB II infotainment with a 6.3-inch touchscreen, USB and VW Car-Net App-Connect. A panoramic sunroof is now standard on the SE (SE w/ Appearance trim is discontinued), along with 18-inch New York aluminum-alloy wheels; Bi-Xenon headlights with LED Daytime Running Lights and the Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS); LED rear license plate lights; foglights with cornering function; full power driver’s seat; power passenger seat recline; and chrome interior switches, exterior door trim, window surround, and roof rails.
The SEL model now receives 19-inch Savannah aluminum-alloy wheels with wheel arch extensions and sport suspension; leather seating surfaces; memory driver’s seat; power folding door mirrors; Bi-Xenon headlights with LED Daytime Running Lights and the Adaptive Front-lighting System; LED rear license plate lights and automatic headlights with rain-sensing wipers and auto-dimming mirror.