2018 Volkswagen Tiguan gets significant price cut in the US market

Volkswagen has drastically reduced the price of the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan effective immediately to better appeal customers in the highly competitive compact crossover segment, Automotive News reports, citing a letter from the German automaker to its dealerships. These cuts have been confirmed with pricing documents on VW’s press site.

The cuts range from US$ 600 to US$ 2,180 leaving the top SEL Premium version as the only trim that isn’t getting slashed. Both all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive variants are included in the price cuts.

The Tiguan Limited, a continuation of last generation’s model with only two rows, remains untouched at US$ 22,860 including destination.

The new Tiguan arrived to US dealerships last summer with an additional 10 inches of length, and a third row to better appeal to US buyers. It received the IIHS Top Safety Pick award for its crash safety, although mediocre headlights prevented it from getting the top-tier Top Safety Pick+ accolade.

All prices include VW’s $900 destination charge.

Trim Model

Old MSRP

New MSRP

Net Change

Tiguan S FWD

$26,095

$25,495

-$600

Tiguan S AWD

$27,395

$26,795

-$600

Tiguan SE FWD

$29,830

$27,650

-$2,180

Tiguan SE AWD

$31,130

$28,950

-$2,180

Tiguan SEL FWD

$33,450

$31,990

-$1,460

Tiguan SEL AWD

$34,750

$33,290

-$1,460

SEL Premium FWD

$37,150

$37,150

$0

SEL Premium AWD

$38,450

$38,450

$0

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