VW | All-New 2012 Volkswagen Jetta GLI
The new 2012 Jetta GLI is here. But it refuses to sit still. Propelled by a
2.0 TSI turbocharged 200 horsepower engine, this
vehicle insists on getting around.
Il ne manque plus que les lignes de course.
La nouvelle Jetta GLI 2012 vient d'arriver. Mais elle refuse de rester
tranquille. Propulsé par un moteur turbocompressé TSI de 2.0 L déployant 200
chevaux, cet engine est fait pour bouger.
2012 Volkswagen Tiguan vs Jeep Wrangler 0-60 Off-Road Mashup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Volkswagen Tiguan and the 2012 Jeep
Wrangler Rubicon can both venture off-road into the Colorado Rockies, but
one of these vehicles is certainly more capable of taking on the rough
stuff, and of course of these vehicles is better on the road, and of course
one of these cars is faster 0-60.
So which one is the better, faster, on-road and off-road. We put these
two cars to the test in the 0-60 Off-Road Mashup Review. Check out this
video. You mighty be surprised by the results.
VW Tiguan in Endurance Testing
https://www.eurocarnews.com - Tiguan brings new standards of design
aesthetics, driving dynamics, safety features, and a host of luxury and
convenience attributes to an emerging category. Tiguan offers distinctive
European design characteristics such as a sophisticated and eye-catching
face, an available panoramic sunroof enabling almost 13 square feet of
sunshine, and three trim levels allowing personalized configurations for a
wider range of CUV shoppers.
Volkswagen Tiguan Тест-драйв. Anton Avtoman.
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Volkswagen factory Wolfsburg Tiguan production Final assembly, seats installation...2011
Bestseller Tiguan perfected:
New front end à la Touareg, new engines, new assistance systems
Volkswagen SUV sets new standards with minimal fuel consumption of 5.3
litres per 100 km
New systems like Fatigue Detection and Light Assist offer greater safety
• Wolfsburg / Austria, May 2011. The new Tiguan is here. An SUV with
design parallels to the larger Touareg. An SUV with powerful and at the
same time fuel-efficient engines; fuel consumption is 5.3 litres per 100 km
for the two front-wheel drive Tiguans 2.0 TDI with BlueMotion Technology
(81 kW / 110 PS and 103 kW / 140 PS). An SUV that shuts off
the engine completely whenever possible in city driving thanks to a
Stop/Start system. An SUV that is an ideal, versatile companion for life on
the move with its excellent all-round characteristics, great practicality,
1,510 litres cargo space, up to 2,500 kg trailer load (with 4MOTION
all-wheel drive) and many cleverly designed features.
A Volkswagen in the best sense of the word! In Germany, the perfected
Tiguan will arrive on the market in mid-June; other European countries will
follow at the beginning of August, and overseas markets at the end of
• 1 SUV, 2 worlds: The front end design was completely reinterpreted.
The Tiguan is still the only SUV in its class that can be ordered in two
different versions: one for on-road use and one specially tuned for
off-road driving. Visually, the two models differ in their front ends
("On-road" has an 18 degree angle of approach, "Off-road" 28 degrees). Both
models now show greater independence, better dynamic performance and more
stylistic precision. In addition, like the on-road version, the off-road
version is now also available with a top equipment line. In this case, the
off-road specialist is known as
the Track & Style (on-road: "Sport & Style").
• High-tech safety systems: With the model change, new assistance systems
such as Fatigue Detection (standard on the "Sport & Style" and "Track &
Style"), the camera-based main beam control systems Light Assist (H7
lights) and Dynamic Light Assist (bi-xenon headlights) as well as the Lane
Assist lane-keeping system now expand the range of features available on
the Tiguan. Also new in the Tiguan: the XDS electronic differential lock.
• 110 PS to 210 PS: Powertrain technologies have become even more
fuel-efficient. Three of the seven engines offered in Europe -- all of them
charged four-cylinder direct injection engines -- are new to the Tiguan
line-up. The four torque-strong petrol engines (TSI with 1.4 to 2.0 litres
displacement) produce between 90 kW / 122 PS and 155 kW / 210 PS. The three
powerful diesel engines (TDI) span a power range from 81 kW / 110 PS to 125
kW / 170 PS. Also available as an option on the new Tiguan is the 7-speed
dual-clutch transmission (DSG)
-- one of the most efficient and sporty automatic transmissions.
• One of the most fuel-efficient SUVs in the world: All BlueMotion
Technology versions of the Tiguan have a Stop/Start system and
battery regeneration. The results: even with all-wheel drive, the 103 kW /
140 PS Tiguan 2.0 TDI 4MOTION BlueMotion Technology, for example, consumes
just 5.8 l/100 km! Clearly, this Volkswagen is one of the most
fuel-efficient SUVs in the world. As before, entrylevel engines are being
offered with front-wheel drive. And the 140 PS TDI is also available with
front-wheel drive as an alternative. That is how this Volkswagen, as a TDI,
was even able to break the 5.5-litre
barrier with the noted 5.3 l/100 km fuel economy.
• A bestseller right from the start: The new Tiguan is replacing a model
that has experienced an exceptional history of success: in Germany, after
its market launch in 2007, the Tiguan sprinted from
a standstill to become the SUV market leader. And it never gave up this
position: Although the launch of the new Tiguan was announced
by Volkswagen in February 2011, the "old" model continued to rank first in
new car registrations for all SUVs in Germany. Even more impressive: until
shortly before its production stopped it was the fourth best-selling
passenger car after the Golf, Polo and Passat. Very few cars -- wherever
they may be located in the world -- experience
such a successful finale!
• An SUV for all continents: Internationally, the Tiguan has long been
one of the most sought after Volkswagens as well. Its highest
volume markets are all of Europe, Russia, the USA, China, Brazil and
Australia. In Germany, its average market share in the compact SUV
segment was about 21 percent in 2010, while it was 12 percent across
Europe. In total, nearly 00,000 Tiguans have been delivered worldwide since
Autumn 2007. The smaller brother of the Touareg is now poised to continue
this success with a new look and further advanced technologies. In Germany
-- where advance sales have already begun
-- about 10,000 orders have already been received (status: May 2011)!