The VW Tiguan Allspace is a long-wheelbase variant of the regular Tiguan that is offered exclusively in most markets outside the United States with a seven-seater, three-row configuration. However, Australia has just received a new special edition called Tiguan Allspace Adventure, which adds some extra kits for adventure-seekers as well as a third row for extra cargo space.
Starting with the most important feature of the Allspace Adventure, the boot has a capacity of 760 lt (26.8 cubic feet) with only five seats, which is 60 lt (2.1 cubic feet) more than the seven-seater allspace in one place. Configuration removed from third row.
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Apparently, the model looks like any other facelifted allspace, with the long rear doors betraying the extended 2,791mm (109.9 inches) wheelbase. The Adventure Trim features a set of 17-inch Dublin alloy wheels with long-profile tires, LED headlights and taillights, and black cladding at the bottom of the bodywork.
Respecting its name, the SUV has a 180-amp alternator and a large-capacity battery that is suitable for receiving appliances while camping, and an underbody guard for extra protection. VW also offers accessory packs that include snow chains, all-weather floor mats, sun blinds, a solid wearable boot liner and a load protector.
Standard equipment includes progressive steering, sport suspension, three-zone climate control, heated seats, wireless phone charging, a 10.25-inch digital cockpit pro instrument cluster, as well as an 8-inch touchscreen for information technology that is wireless. Apple CarPlay, navigation, voice and gesture control. Like other facelifted U-spec Tiguan, ADAS’s standard IQ.Drive suite includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Assist, Blind-Spot Monitoring and more.
The Adventure Trim is available exclusively on top-of-the-range turbocharged 2.0-liter TSI four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 217 hp (162 kW / 220 PS) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque. Power is transmitted on four wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and VW’s 4Motion system.
The VW Tiguan Allspace Adventure is reserved for the Australian market, with 1,000 units initially offered from August 2022. The special edition is priced at $ 51,990 AUD ($ 37,428), making it cheaper than the seven-seater Elegance and R-Line trims. Same engine.
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