2015 Volkswagen Tiguan Values

Select a 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan trim level

2015 model year changes

The VW Tiguan remains mostly unchanged for 2015. Styling changes are minimal, with the only update being a new rear bumper for R-Line models. However inside, all models benefit from additional infotainment features including VW's Car-Net system and a nicer touchscreen interface. A backup camera is also standard this year.

Competitive comparison

Strong, refined engine; effective, all-weather all-wheel drive system; spacious seating arrangement; good flexibility for cargo; manageable size; upgraded navigation, connectivity and sound systems

Special features for 2015

The Volkswagen Tiguan goes up against a long list of strong rivals like the Ford Escape, Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester, and it stands out even in that crowd for its very refined, economical engine, crisp handling and very cleanly styled, nicely appointed interior. Feature-wise, with the introduction of the new Car-Net system and upgraded Fender audio, the Tiguan is now also near the front of the pack for entertainment and connectivity. Furthermore, the Tiguan R-Line takes all the sporty potential in the Tiguan's design and makes the most of it from an appearance standpoint.
While no major overhaul has been made to the design of the Volkswagen Tiguan in the six years it’s been on the market, this crossover still offers a remarkable design that seems to age like fine wine. The Tiguan comes in five different trims: S, SE, SE with Appearance, SEL and R-Line. The base model features 16” steel wheels, power accessories, 40/20/40-split reclining seats, Bluetooth connectivity, trip computer and an eight-speaker audio system. Upgradable trims offer desirable amenities that include vinyl upholstery, heated and powered front seats, the VW Car-Net telematics GPS system, larger wheels (17” and 18” alloy are available), backup camera, panoramic sunroof and two-zone climate control that’s automatic. The premium R-Line trim adds things like 19” alloy wheels, sport-tuned suspension and body kit, LED running lights and bi-xenon headlamps, amongst other classy options. A turbocharged 2.0-literfour-cylinder engine delivers a punchy 200 horsepower with 207 pound-feet of torque and a combined 21 mpg. Buyers can opt for extended warranty coverage that tacks a few more years onto the standard 36-month/36,000-mile warranty that’s currently offered by Volkswagen.