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The Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace has all the positive traits of the five-seat Tiguan but adds a bigger boot and two extra seats. It’s expensive, though, so we’d stick with the standard Tiguan unless you need seven seats.
The trimSee full equipment
R-Line trim is for those that want to add a sportier edge to the Tiguan Allspace. It comes with everything that Life trim does but also adds 20in alloy wheels, R-Line exterior styling, keyless entry, a rear-view camera, heated sports style front seats, heated rear seats, independent rear climate control and wireless smartphone charging.
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The 2.0 TDI diesel offers 148bhp and is all that most people will need, offering plenty of low down shove and a good balance between economy and performance. You can have the 2.0 TDI 150 with either a DSG automatic or a manual gearbox. The automatic changes gears smoothly but can be hesitant when you pull off or need a sudden burst of power.
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