Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace

From £30,685

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Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Your Next Steps

New Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace

The perfect all-rounder for your family. The Tiguan Allspace offers 2 added seats to that of it smaller sibling, so you can go anywhere in comfort and style.

The Tiguan Allspace is a Spacious SUV, That can seat up to 7 people. Making adventures with your family a more enjoyable ride.

Performance 

As standard you can get a Tiguan Allspace SE Nav. Which, although it's bigger than the Tiguan, will drive just as comfortably. You will also get 2.0 TDI 190PS 4MOTION engine as standard which will do 0-62mph in just 8.6 seconds. 

Safety ​

A driver alert system complete with lane assist, parking sensors to the front and rear, front assist with front facing camera and a rain sensor. So you can be sure that you're getting as much from the car as you're giving it. All these safety systems including auto-dimming interior rear-view mirror, Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and even PreCrash preventative occupant protection. 


Interior Design

Designed to be spacious the Tiguan Allspace has 3 rows of seats, covered in 'Lasano' cloth, so 7 passengers is no issue. At the centre is the 8" touchscreen media centre. with sat nav and Car-App Connect coming as standard. Heat insulated tinted windows, 3 zone climate control, 8 speakers located in the front and rear and lumbar support in front seats.

Exterior Design

The Tiguan Allspace benefits from a sportier look throughout the range. From body coloured bumpers, chrome plated grille and 18 'Patagonia' alloys coming as standard. All models also feature LED headlights and daytime running lights complete with range control.




What trim levels are available​ with the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace?


Match - Available from £30,295

Key Features
  • Keyless entry with Start/Stop button on centre console
  • Rear view camera
  • Park assist
  • Alloy wheels 19" Victoria'

Tiguan Allspace SE Nav - Available from £30,095

Key Features

  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) including Front Assist, and City Emergency braking
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Navigation infotainment system with: 8.0" colour touch screen

SEL - Available from £33,090

Key Features
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Front sports seats
  • Discover Navigation system, with 8.0" colour touch screen
  • Alloy wheels 19" Victoria'
  • LED headlights with Dynamic Light Assist

R-Line Tech - Available from £35,405

Key Features
  • Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
  • Front sports seats
  • Discover Navigation system, with 8.0" colour touch screen
  • LED headlights with Dynamic Light Assist

R-Line - Available from £35,405

Key Features
  • Climate control, 3Zone
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Parking sensors, front and rear

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What colours can you get the Tiguan Allspace in?

  • Pure White (Non-Metallic) - Standard on SE, SEL, Match, R-Line and R-Line Tech (No extra cost)
  • Blue Silk (Metallic) - Optional on the SE, SEL and R-Line (£580 inc VAT)
  • Dark Bronze (Metallic) - Optional on the SE and SEL (£580 inc VAT)
  • Platinum Grey (Metallic) - Optional on the SE,SEL, Match, R-Line Tech and R-Line (£580 inc VAT)
  • Ruby Red (Metallic) - Optional on the SE,SEL, Match and R-Line (£580 inc VAT)
  • White Silver (Metallic) - Optional on the SE,SEL and R-Line (£580 inc VAT)
  • Dark Moss Green (Metallic)- Optional on the SE,SEL, Match and R-Line (£580 inc VAT)
  • Deep Black (Pearl Effect) - Optional on the SE,SEL, Match, R-Line Tech and R-Line (£580 inc VAT)
  • Habanero Orange (Premium Signature) - Optional on the SE,SEL, Match and R-Line (£1000 inc VAT)

What Alloy wheels can you get on the Tiguan Allspace?

  • Patagonia 18" Alloy wheel - Standard on the SE
  • Victoria 19" alloy wheels - Standard on the SEL and Match
  • Suzuka 20" alloy wheels - Standard on the R-Line and R-Line Tech 
  • Kingston 18" alloy wheels - Optional on the SE and Match
  • ‘Miramar’ grey metallic 20" alloy wheels - Optional on the SEL


How big is the Tiguan Allspace?

Exterior dimensions:

Length – 4701mm

Width (inc. door mirrors) - 2099mm

Height – 1674mm

Maximum luggage Capacity:

With all seats in use - 230L

With 3rd row rear seats folded - 700L

With 2nd and 3rd row rear seats folded - 1775L





Seats in the Tiguan Allspace

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Spacious Interior 3 rows of seats
Alloys Wheels 18 inch
8" Inch Touchscreen Media Centre Discover Satellite Navigation

Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Road Test Review

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Why Should I buy a Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace?

  • Best of both world's, and SUV and MPV combined
  • Moveable middle row of seats, offering more legroom or luggage space
  • Usable, family-sized space in the interior
  • Great for towing up to 2,500kgs
  • Extremely well spec'd even at entry level

As a father of three and one who’s just splashed out on a seven seater to replace our old hatchback, I know from personal experience just what a difference that third row of seats makes.

Children are more comfortable, have more sockets to plug in their games, without which seemingly they cannot exist and as harmony breaks out, the stress levels drop for those up front. For families a seven seater is motoring sanity.

But, of course, we are wedded to SUVs these days, so Volkswagen has come up with the perfect and logical solution – the Tiguan Allspace, a combination of the two.

Tiguan Allspace side on

What does the VW Tiguan Allspace look like?

Styling: 4/5

There is not much you can do once you have the basic SUV shape, but by taking the Tiguan (an excellent starting point in my book) and stretching the wheelbase slightly by a modest sounding four and a bit inches, making the vehicle a bit longer overall; making it a fraction higher and putting modest grooves in the roof panel, the Allspace is recognisably different to the original Tiguan.

The VW is a bit more sober and restrained than some others I can think of, such as the Nissan Qashqai, where stylists go to town more with the headlamps and body lines. Whether this is a good or bad thing is completely your personal preference.

Rear view of the Tiguan Allspace driving on a road

How practical is the interior of the VW Tiguan Allspace?

Interior: 5/5

Anyone hopping into the Allspace from a Golf will find much that’s familiar and I can’t give a better recommendation than that. Bulletproof build quality, switches that feel solid and substantial, a driving position and seat that remains comfortable after a journey of several hours and generous kit for the money; what more do you want?

Many years ago VW said it `democratised luxury’ because the economies of scale generated from building so many cars meant it could afford to equip them lavishly for the money and it is a formula which still works today.

Every version comes with climate control, parking sensors, VW's Discover Navigation infotainment system with DAB and Bluetooth connectivity and at least 18-inch alloy wheels. An 8 inch touchscreen gives you all the info/controls you need to access the various functions. For safety and convenience, adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking are fitted to all models as standard, as is the tailgate that opens automatically if you waggle your foot at the sensor under the back bumper; just the job if your hands are full of shopping.

Turning to the Allspace’s raison d’etre; the middle row of seats slides forwards, or back, by 7 inches, adding either more legroom or more luggage space. This is really one of the key points of this car and it works well, making a difference to its ability as a family carrier though that said, you won’t find ISOFIX child seat anchorage points in the very back seats.

You can do the usual fold/lower trick on both rows of back seats, turning the Allspace into a sort of mini-van, but even with them all up and used there is still as much boot space as you would find in a VW Polo.


Dashboard view of the VW Tiguan Allspace
rear seat view of the VW Tiguan Allspace
boot space of the VW Tiguan Allspace

What's it like to drive a VW Tiguan Allspace?Driving: 4/5

VW says most buyers will opt for the four wheel drive version and there is a good reason for this, just as there is for the majority option of a diesel engine, regardless of what the politicians tell us.

One thing the Allspace excels at is towing a caravan or trailer and for this the extra traction and torque of those choices make absolute sense. It has the space for stowing kit in the back, the power and grip to get you safely back from off-road trips and for anyone pulling a mid-sized caravan it makes a proper tow car. For the record it will tow a braked trailer of between 1,800 and 2,500 kgs.

In typical VW fashion the ride tends to the firm-ish, but it still copes just fine with our roads. A car of this size and weight will always tend towards a firmer ride and it’s preferable to having a softer but more wallowy car. It doesn’t feel big or unwieldy, even on narrow roads; it cruises well at main road or motorway speeds and is just a nice environment and easy car to drive or be driven in.

The range starts with a 1.4 petrol model, but I think this would struggle if the Allspace is loaded up and for my money the 2.0 diesel would be better. True, both produce 150 PS, but look at the torque figure which is the one that really counts and where the advantage lies firmly with the diesel at 340Nm against 250Nm.

If you need more VW can provide it and there’s a 190 PS/400 Nm version of the diesel and even a bi-turbo engine with a hefty 240 PS/500 Nm output. Quite why you want so much power in a car like this is another question, but it’s there should you want to impress the neighbours!

You can choose from two or four wheel drive and manual or semi-automatic DSG transmissions.

VW Tiguan Allspace driving on a road

Should I buy a VW Tiguan Allspace?Verdict:  5/5

It’s a fact of life that SUVs simply don’t have a lot of space in the back compared to MPVs, so something like the Tiguan Allspace would seem to be the logical and perfect solution for someone needing family-sized space, with the off-road abilities, look and feel of an SUV.

It’s a best-of-both-worlds type of car, which gives parents a useful amount more than a standard SUV, and as a harassed father of three teenagers, I know you can’t put a value on giving them the space to travel comfortably.

Side view of a VW Tiguan Allspace driving on a road

Facts & Figures for the VW Tiguan Allspace

Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Key data:

Seven seater with seven inches of fore/aft seat movement in middle row

Will tow up to 2,500 kgs

Petrol/diesel, two or four wheel drive, manual/DSG transmission

From £29,375

Car tested:

Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace SE Navigation 2.0 TDI SCR 4Motion

Price: £33,750

Engine: 2.0 litre four-cylinder diesel engine

Top speed: 123mph

0-62mph: 9.9 seconds

Economy: 47.9 mpg

CO2 emissions: 153g/km

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Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace Your Next Steps

†At the end of the agreement there are three options: i) pay the optional final payment and own the vehicle; ii) return the vehicle: subject to excess mileage and fair wear and tear, charges may apply; or iii) replace: part exchange the vehicle

1£3,000 towards your deposit when purchased on Solutions PCP.

2 Acceptance fee is not required.

3Payable at the end of your agreement.

With Solutions Personal Contract Plan. 18s+. Subject to availability and status. T&Cs apply. Available on Tiguan Allspace only. Offer available when ordered by 17/12/19 from participating Retailers. Indemnities may be required. Tiguan Allspace SE, SE Nav and R-Line are available from stock only. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. *Service plan must be purchased at point of sale and covers the first two consecutive services limited to 1x oil service and 1x oil and inspection service. Accurate at time of publication 01/11/19. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services.