Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Family Now Available With IQ.Drive

Updated IQ.Drive features for the Tiguan Allspace family, which comes in three different variants—the R-Line 4Motion, the Elegance, and the Life—have been announced by Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM).

The rejuvenated Tiguan family now offers a number of new IQ.Drive functions such as Front Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Side Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Lane Assist. Additionally, wireless charging is now standard for all models.

A 9.2″ Discover Pro infotainment system with wireless App-Connect and a Digital Cockpit are among the connectivity technologies included in the interiors of the three models.

A 3-zone “Air Care Climatronic” air-conditioning system, an electronic tailgate, a multi-view rear-view camera, USB-C interface and charging ports, wireless app-connect (Apple CarPlay, Android Auto), and voice control are further standard equipment for the Tiguan family.

There are five exterior colours available for each of the three variations: Platinum Grey, Pyrite Silver, Oryx White, Atlantic Blue, and Deep Black.

The performance SUV Tiguan Allspace R-Line comes with 19″ Sebring alloy wheels and its 2.0TSI turbocharged engine produces an output of 220PS and 350Nm of torque and is paired with a 7-speed DSG transmission.

The Tiguan Allspace Elegance and Allspace Life, on the contrary, come with a 1.4TSI turbocharged engine that can produce 150PS and 250Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed DSG.

Volkswagen Assurance Package (VAP), which offers owners an additional 3 years of extended unlimited mileage warranty and 3 years of maintenance, will now be available on all three models.

Depending on the model chosen, VAP costs between RM8,000 and RM10,000. Customers who choose not to purchase the assurance package will still receive a 2-year warranty with unlimited mileage and 5 years of roadside assistance.

Recommended retail prices (without VAP) start from RM165,990 for Life variants, RM194,990 for Elegance and RM245,990 for the R-Line.

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