This SUV made its grand entrance in the Rs. 25-30 lakhs vertical. The Comfortline model of Tiguan priced at Rs. 27.68 lakhs and the Highline (The Premium Variant) priced at Rs. 31.04 lakhs. Whether you need to go in for the Comfortline model or go in for the highline here is our analysis of both the Tiguan variants:
Both the highline and Comfortline Tiguan variants are loaded with day time running lamps LED headlights. Coming to the LED tail lights and the scenic sunroof decked with LED’s are absent in the Comfortline. Designed with the chrome granite inserts on the bumpers and 17-inch wheels Comfortline has dark grid inserts with black roof rails whereas, the Highline model comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, titanium inserts and the sunroof LED’s.
No matter which models you choose, Volkswagen didn’t compromise on the comfort levels as both the editions have similar features. They feature front and rear seats made of Vienna leather, driver’s seat which can be adjusted electrically, 3-zone air conditioning with proper rear controls, gear shift knob covered with leather and heated front seats. However, Comfortline misses out on the keyless entry with a one push button start and easy open boot. Having an 8 speaker layout, both the models have Google android and apple car play connectivity.
As we know, safety is prioritized above everything in the Volkswagen breed; both the variants are loaded with features of 6 air bags, tyre pressure monitoring system, ABS, active hood for pedestrian safety and ESC. However, comfortline doesn’t have reverse parking camera and self- sealing tyres which highline bags on.
We test drove both the Comfortline and highline editions which is the best bet for those who want to go in for a luxurious premium which is a perfect combination of a decent SUV, safety, luxury and practicality.
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