Purchase the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta with stock #V7159 for just $16,995 and save $2,020! See dealer for full details. Expires 5/31/2017.
Lease the 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan S starting at $239/mo with $1999 down! 36-months, 12k miles per year. See dealer for full details. Expires 5/31/2017.
2016 Volkswagen Tiguan S
Lease for only
$189 / month¹
$2499 due at signing
Purchase for only
¹ Plus tax, title, plate & $200 doc fee. All rebates to dealer. 36-month lease with 10,000 miles per year with approved credit through dealer's preferred source. Restrictions may apply, see dealer for full details. Must take delivery by 8/31/2016.
² Plus tax, title, plate & $200 doc fee. All rebates to dealer. Restrictions may apply, see dealer for full details. Must take delivery by 8/31/2016.
* Based on a 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan S with an MSRP of $25,075 and price may vary with options.
The 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan is a fun-to-drive SUV that comes with two turbocharged performance options – the 2.0L FWD and the 2.0L 4Motion – delivering 200-hp and 207 lbs of torque to make the Tiguan versatile both on and off-road.
The 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan comes in four trim levels – S, SE, SEL (premium), and R-Line (sport) – with wheels ranging from 16" - 19" and interior options of cloth, leather, or V-Tex Leathette – a great option that brings the look of leather to an all weather fabric that stays cool in the summer!
Let's not forget that the Tiguan is equipped with the latest in luxury technology and offers the Volkswagen Car-Net service, 3-month subscription of SiriusXM satellite radio, and keyless access with push button start, just to name a few.
Leading-edge technology mixed with the power of German engineering bring you some of the best safety features to keep you protected.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) keeps the vehicle from becoming destabilized when cornering as a result of excessive speed or an unexpected change in road surface from things like rain and ice.
The standard Rearview Camera is great for parking assistance or when backing out into traffic.
Some accidents are unavoidable, but Volkswagen stands apart from the rest with the Intelligent Crash Response System (ICRS) because your vehicle continues to assist after an accident. Once a collision has been detected strong enough to engage the air bags, the Tiguan will unlock the doors, turn on the interior lights, and the hazard lights to help both the occupants and first responders. As a safety measure, high-voltage electronics and the fuel-pump are disengaged to help prevent any fires.