Volkswagen Tiguan (incl. Allspace) Oil Type

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Volkswagen Tiguan (incl. Allspace)

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You can find 30 different trims for the Volkswagen Tiguan (incl. Allspace) and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

Achieving the title of the best-selling SUV in Europe is the Volkswagen Tiguan, a crossover SUV originally built on the same platform as the Passat.

Later models from the second generation were built on the same platform as the Golf and Audi A3.

It's a massively popular SUV seeing almost a million sales in 2019 alone and over 6 million sales overall as of mid-2020.

Sales began back in 2007 in North America and Europe but China had to wait until 2009 for their versions to be introduced.

Chinese versions are either powered by a turbocharged 1.8 or 2-litre gasoline engine and is identical in every other way to the international model.

Safety ratings for the car are phenomenal with all disciplines earning 5 out of 5 stars, rare for an SUV as they usually fail on rollover at least.

The introduction of the second generation in 2016 saw the introduction of 2 split models, a short-wheelbase and a long-wheelbase version.

Engine choices were revised to a smaller list and an R performance trim was introduced for the first time.

This R trim is powered by the same 2-litre turbocharged engine found in the Golf R delivering 316bhp.

Following trends of similar SUVs the Volkswagen Tiguan has recently added an X coupe version of the body that features a stylish sloping roof as the Audi Q3 did with its Sportback version.

The German automaker also launched the "Allspace" version which is slightly longer than the regular model.