Volkswagen has unveiled the new Tiguan Match, which costs £450 less than the Tiguan SE it replaces, but comes with £700 worth of extra equipment.
The Tiguan Match adds the RNS 315 colour touchscreen satellite navi and new 17-inch ‘New Orleans’ alloys, when comparing it to the SE model.
Other standard highlights include Bluetooth, MDI media interface with leads for iPhone (4 and earlier), USB, CD/DVD player, SD card provision, DAB digital radio, 2Zone climate control and folding picnic tables on the back of the front seats ensure that rear-seat passengers are well catered for.
The Match also comes with the latest generation of Volkswagen’s Park Assist self-parking system, taking control of the steering wheel to either reverse- or parallel-park the Tiguan into spaces just 1.1 m longer than the vehicle.
The Tiguan Match is available with a wide choice of diesel and petrol engines and gearboxes.
Prices start at £23,245 for the Match 1.4-litre TSI with 160 horsepower.