Updated at: 21-06-2022 - By: Lucas

Volkswagen’s newest SUV, the Comfortline, costs Rs. 27.98 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and the Highline costs Rs. 31.38 lakh. Let’s compare the two Tiguan trims so you can decide which one gives you the most for your money.

Comfortline Tiguan Variant

Comfortline Tiguan Variant

Alloy 17-inch

215/65 R17 tyres

Parking sensors in the front and back

8-inch touch-screen entertainment system

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Cruise control

Automatic headlights with LEDs

Rain-sensing wipers

Auto-dimming internal mirror

Tyre pressure monitoring

Adjustable by power

Power rear hatch

Arm rests in the front and back

Memory is a reflection of power.

3-zone climate control

Hill descent control

Hill-start help

All-wheel disc brakes


6 airbags

Stability control by computer

Choose the terrain system

Front seats that get hot

As you can see, even the base Tiguan comes with a lot of features and all the important ones. For an extra Rs. 3.4 lakh, you can get the Highline variant, which has a few extra features.

Highline Tiguan Variant

Highline Tiguan

Tires that won’t get holes

Back-up camera

alloys 18 inches

235/55 R18 tyres


Smoked tail lamps

Ambient lighting

Hands-free opening of the tailgate

Without a key

Start with a button

Scuff plates that light up

The Highline option has mostly cosmetic and nice-to-have features, but the price is high. That makes the Comfortline a better way to spend your money.