India launched the Taigun SUV or as Volkswagen calls it, the Taigun Sport
Utility VolksWagen or SUVW at a starting price of Rs 10,49,900 (ex showroom).
Taigun will be sold under two broad trim lines, the Dynamic Line and the
Performance Line. The Dynamic will have the Taigun powered by the 1.0 litre TSI
petrol engine while the Performance Line will be powered by a 1.5 litre TSI
The Dynamic Line
1.0 TSI will have a Comfortline variant that is priced at Rs
10,49,900. This has a 6-speed manual transmission. Next comes the Highline
where the Manual variant costs Rs 12,79,900 while the 6 speed Automatic costs
Rs 14,09,900. The topline manual will cost Rs 14,56,900 with the Automatic
costing Rs 15,90,900.
line with the 1.5 litre engine, there are two variants, the GT with
manual transmission that costs Rs 14,99,900 and GT Plus which is powered by a
DSG and it costs Rs 17,49,900.
one litre Taigun is powered by a 999cc engine which has an option of a six
speed manual transmission as well as a six-speed automatic transmission. The engine produces
115ps @5000-5500rpm and a peak torque of 178Nm@1750-4500rpm
1.5 litre variant is powered by 1498cc engine producing power of 150ps@5000 to
6000rpm and a peak torque of 250Nm@1600-3500rpm.
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