2011 Volkswagen Tiguan Values

Select a 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan trim level

2011 model year changes

Bluetooth, including hands-free calling and audio streaming, is now standard across the entire lineup, and a navigation system is now available on the SE and standard on the SEL. Sound systems have been revamped across the lineup, as have wheel designs, and a new-design steering wheel matches the one that's been phased in on the Golf. A new Smart Key keyless entry system and push-button start is now standard on top-of-the-range SEL models. A new Night Blue exterior hue replaces Sapphire Blue, and the previous Wolfsburg Edition of the Tiguan is no longer offered.

Competitive comparison

Perky, responsive driving feel; handling and maneuverability; stylish, upright appearance; roomy, adjustable backseat; fuel efficiency; safety ratings

Special features for 2011

The 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan stands out in the crowded field of compact crossover utility vehicles as being just a little sportier and fun to drive. Handling and maneuverability are strengths. The Tiguan's turbocharged engine offers impressive performance, while still being reasonably good with gas, and the tall-roof design affords impressive interior space--especially for backseat occupants. It's also been a strong safety achiever; the IIHS named the 2010 Tiguan a Top Safety Pick for its excellent occupant protection. And the improved Bluetooth connectivity for 2011 will no-doubt be a highly valued upgrade.