Volkswagen has expanded the Tiguan range with a new lower power output version of the 2.0-litre TDI engine. With the addition of the 115bhp version to the range, it is now cheaper to buy a diesel Tiguan.

This new engine has a starting price of €30,985 excluding delivery and related charges (or €29,985 if customers order on PCP before December 31st).

The Tiguan range starts with the 1.4-litre TSI petrol with 125bhp from €29,085. The 2.0-litre diesel (150bhp) starts at €34,710. 2.0-litre diesel engines with 190 and 240bhp are also available.

There are three trim levels for the new Tiguan: Trendline, Comfortline and Highline. On the Comfortline and Highline grades, there is the option of choosing an R-Line styling package, which is half price until December 31st. This pack normally retails for €2,860 on Comfortline models but is currently available for €1,430.

Volkswagen has also announced details of their 171 Premium Upgrade Packs for the Tiguan. If buyers avail of these on a Comfortline model for example, they will receive extra equipment including the Mirror Package, Keyless Access, Panoramic Sunroof, Discover Media Satellite Navigation, Voice Control and App Connect. This pack is valued at €3,189 but is available for €999.

Tiguan offers are available right across the range and for all retail customers who order before December 31st.

Caroline Kidd