The 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan stands out in the jam-packed field of compact SUVs thanks to an optional third row that increases the seating capacity to seven occupants. A few years into its current generation, the Tiguan gets new front styling, tech upgrades and a modest starting price bump for 2022.
The Tiguan’s base trim level, called the S, will start at $27,190 (all prices include destination), which is a $750 bump over the outgoing model. The top SEL R-Line trim sees a price drop of $2,500.
For 2022, the Tiguan shows off a new front end, with new LED lights and four new wheel options, ranging from 17- to 20-inch aluminum-alloys. The Tiguan S now comes with standard heated front seats, while a heated steering wheel and cooled seats are optional. A power liftgate comes on all but the base trim.