The 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan will be the first Volkswagen model to make an appearance in the new Toyotas lineup, and it will be available starting next year.
The Tiguan has been around since 2009, but Toyota’s first-ever car was the 2017 Volkswagen Passat.
The Tiguan’s first true successor to the Passat, the 2019 Tiguan GT, is the car you’ll see in the upcoming Toyota Mirai.
The Mirai is the third of Toyota’s five new vehicles.
The first two were the Mirai SUV and the Mira sedan, which debuted in 2020.
The third Mirai sedan, the Miraje, debuted in 2021.
The Mirajes first three cars were the Toyota Tacoma and the Toyota Highlander.
The Highlander was followed by the Toyota Avalon, the Toyota Camry, and the Scion xB.
A few months after the Mirais first Mirai, Toyota introduced the Mirah.
It’s a new vehicle, so it’s not yet clear how much its predecessor has changed.
But the Mirahs predecessor, the Prius, is a big, tall, and bulky SUV that has had a tough time finding buyers in the US.
The new Tiguan, the first to be produced in the U.S., will be a small, hatchback, the Tiguan Hybrid, which comes with a 3.7-liter four-cylinder engine.
It will come with a 1,200-pound curb weight and a claimed fuel economy of 23 mpg city/27 mpg highway.
The standard Tiguan starts at $23,350.
The price of the Tiguans new entry-level model will be $25,400, but that doesn’t include options, such as Bluetooth and a powertrain that’s both electric and gasoline.
The base Tiguan is a sporty hatchback that’s a hybrid between a Toyota Prius and a Volkswagen Golf.
Its basic features include a six-speed automatic transmission, front-wheel drive, and a five-speed manual.
A three-door Tiguan with a 5.7 liter four-stroke engine will go for $28,700, while the all-wheel-drive Tiguan Sport will cost $39,900.
The all-new Tiguan gets the big boost of a three-speed six-cylinders automatic transmission with a sixspeed manual, with a starting price of $28-35,000.
The sporty Tiguan Turbo comes in a more compact 5.6 liter four, which starts at around $31,700.
The Sport Turbo starts at about $40,000, but it’s only offered with the three-wheel electric drive option.
All of these Tiguan models will come standard with Toyota’s new Driver Assistance Package.
The package lets you have the car steer, brake, and accelerate on your own with your phone.
The car’s front-facing cameras, lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control will help keep you safe and comfortable.
In addition to a 3-liter, four-speed transmission and a 5-speed auto, the driver can choose a four-wheel steering system with an electric drivetrain, and get an automatic-sensing front and rear radar.
The four-door Toyota Mirah comes with all of the above, but the all new Mirah Hybrid will come in an all-electric version, the $49,200 Toyota Mira Hybrid, that comes with the all three of the aforementioned technologies.
The Toyota Mirais hybrid will start at about the same price as the base Tiguan, but will cost less.
It starts at just $33,000 with the six-wheel battery, $39.900 with the four-wheeled electric drive, $46,200 with the manual transmission, and $51,900 with all three options.
The 2019 Tiguains hybrid, the all green Tiguan that starts at the same $40-50,000 starting price as its hybrid counterpart, the more powerful Tiguan 2, will start in 2018 at around the same cost as the standard Tiguian.