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Of course, step up a segment and the seven-seat options are boundless, but for now the focus is on the newest player in the medium segment, the Tiguan Allspace.
On test we have the not-quite-top-of-the-line Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace 162TSI Highline that starts at $52,990 plus on-road costs. There’s a diesel variant, the 140TDI Highline, which tops the range at $54,990, but if your preferred fossil fuel is of the petrol variety, then the 162TSI is the range-topper.
Throw a few options at it, as VW has done with this test car, and you won’t get much change out of $60K. That lovely ‘Blue Silk’ metallic paint adds $700, while the Sound Vision package asks for another $3000. And the R-Line package? That’ll be $2900, ta, leaving our tester with a sticker price of $59,590 plus the usual on-roads.