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VW Tiguan R-Line QUICK REVIEW – IS IT WORTH?

Volkswagen showcased the VW Tiguan R-Line at the 2017 Dubai Motor Show last week. The VW Tiguan R-Line is as of now on sale in the UAE.

Volkswagen sells the VW Tiguan in the UAE in S 1.4, SE 1.4, SE 2.0, SEL 2.0 and Sport 2.0 configurations. It offers the R-Line bundle in the SUV in the SE 2.0, SEL 2.0 and Sport 2.0 configurations. The display model was based on the reach beating Sport 2.0 arrangement that costs AED 1,32,337 (INR 23,28,605.98). On the outside, the VW Tiguan Sport 2.0 R-Line gets guard and sill extension in “R” style, (discretionary) 20-inch Suzuka amalgam wheels in 5-twofold spoke design and Gray Metallic tone, wheel locks with broadened against robbery assurance and body-shaded rear spoiler in “R” style.

To start, the R-Line appearance bundle adds one of a kind front and rear bumpers with stylized air inlets in advance, wheel curve extensions around the wheel openings, and 20-inch wheels inside those openings, notwithstanding R-Line side skirts and exterior badging. It’s a subtle however slightly scandalous expansion to the normal Tiguan.

The SE R-Line Black changes it up with dark 20-inch wheels, dark complemented front and rear bumpers, and dark badging. Plus, at the $31,315 starting cost (prices incorporate destination) and front-wheel drive, the Tiguan SE R-Line Black comes with an all encompassing sunroof, front and rear stopping sensors, foglights and dark roof upholstery (main event) versus the normal SE. That is $3,200 more than the SE trim, and VW’s 4Motion all-wheel drive adds $1,300 to both.

Interior highlights of the VW Tiguan Sport 2.0 R-Line incorporate (discretionary) calfskin wrapped sports steering wheel with “R-Line” logo, aluminum front scuff plates with “R-Line” logo, brushed stainless steel pedals, dark main event and solace front seats including “Race” fabric upholstery in Magnetite Gray upholstery and a R-Line logo on the backrest.

The VW Tiguan Sport 2.0 R-Line is controlled by the 220 hp 2.0-liter TSI turbocharged petrol engine. The 7-speed DSG double grip programmed transmission and the 4MOTION AWD system are standard in the sporty reduced SUV.

On the off chance that the R-Line were absolutely an appearance bundle, there’s nothing I could say that could persuade you it’s justified, despite all the trouble or not — magnificence is subjective depending on each person’s preferences, all things considered. But since the R-Line is attached to utilitarian features, I feel good saying the SEL Premium R-Line offers a reasonable measure of additional substance for the cash.

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