The Volkswagen Tiguan will receive a number of minor powertrain upgrades beginning next month.
For the upgraded versions, Volkswagen is releasing a 2.0-liter TDI inline-four diesel engine with 110-horsepower that will be priced lower than the previous diesel variant. Similarly, a 121-horsepower 1.4-liter TSI will also be offered for those who prefer to use a gasoline engine instead of a diesel variant.
In addition to that, both types will also be given seven-speed dual-clutch DSG transmissions and will also use Volkswagen’s unique Bluemotion technology in an effort to curb fuel consumption and become more fuel-efficient. Lastly, Volkswagen will also be giving the crossover a new keyless access and push-button start/stop feature.