A Quick Guide to the 2020 Tiguan
The 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan is here. In a competitive class like the crossover SUV, it needs to do a lot to differentiate itself. And it has. With a bunch of neat features and an upscale build quality, the newest Tiguan is a breath of fresh air. Unlike some other competitors, the Volkswagen offering feels fun and practical, not obligatory and underdeveloped.
So choosing the 2020 Tiguan isn’t hard. Picking which trim you want can be, though. Let us help. Here are the 2020 Volkswagen models, trims, and prices.
2020 Volkswagen Tiguan Trims
|S||FWD; 4Motion AWD||$24,945; $26,245||22/29/25; 20/27/23||Cloth|
|SE||FWD; 4Motion AWD||$25,538; $28,395||22/29/25; 20/27/23||Leatherette|
|SE R-Line Black||FWD; 4Motion AWD||$30,295; $31,595||22/29/25; 20/27/23||Leatherette|
|SEL||FWD; 4Motion AWD||$32,245; $33,545||22/29/25; 20/27/23||Leatherette|
|SEL Premium||4Motion AWD||$38,795||20/27/23||Leather|
Spacious and Flexible
The Tiguan has something up it’s sleeve…third row seating. The 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan has a seven-person seating capacity, despite being a crossover. But what if you need to haul stuff, not people? Well, with both rear rows of seating down, the Tiguan has 73.5 ft3 of space to store cargo.
The newly reworked Car-Net® comes standard on most 2020 Volkswagen vehicles, including the Tiguan. With it, you can check your vehicle’s diagnostics, see how much gas is in the tank, start it, lock it, locate it, and much more, all from your smartphone. Did we mention that it also has a 4G WiFi hotspot that can support up to four devices simultaneously?