One of the very best small SUVs. Should be cheaper, thoughread the full model review
This trim gains a few luxuries over SE, such as digital instrument dials, adaptive cruise control, even bigger alloys, a panoramic sunroof and some piano-black trim. It’s plush but rather pricey, so we'd recommend sticking with a cheaper trim.
Engine:2.0 TSi BMT 180 4Motion
You get a decent amount of punch from this petrol engine, but you pay a hefty fuel economy penalty. It’s a brisk option but we’d suggest going for a similarly powerful diesel instead; it’ll be cheaper to run and its mid-range pull better suits the Tiguan’s relaxed nature. No manual gearbox is available with this engine; you get a dual-clutch automatic and four-wheel drive as standard, bumping the price up.