To add further breadth to the Tiguan range, Volkswagen has given it two new trim levels and a new petrol engine.
The Match spec replaces the SE and SE Nav trim levels, while R-Line is being moved out and replaced with the R-Line Tech.
On the Match trim, Volkswagen adds a rear view camera, park assist, keyless entry and 19-inch alloy wheels – with this extra kit adding £1,130 to the price of the SE Nav.
As standard, it also comes with an eight-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, three-zone climate control, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors and a multi-function leather steering wheel.
It can be fitted with two petrol engines – including the new 2.0-litre unit that develops 227bhp – and the 2.0-litre diesel that comes in 148bhp and 187bhp forms.
For the new R-Line Tech trim, Volkswagen adds £1,450-worth of equipment to the former R-Line option but only adds £200 to the list price. The upgrade features area view, park assist, keyless entry and full electric tailgate.See Available Tiguan deals
The new 227bhp petrol is also available with the R-Line Tech model, which comes with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and 4Motion all-wheel drive.
Volkswagen claims it achieve 36.7mpg and emits 175g/km CO2, while also being capable of reaching 60mph from a standstill in 6.1 seconds. The top speed of the Tiguan with this engine fitted is 142mph.
Pricing for the Tiguan Match starts from £26,750, while the R-Line Tech option has a starting price of £33,150.
Available to order now, both versions will be delivered from the end of January.