VW Tiguan TDI delayed until 2015 in U.S. - report

Won't come until the redesigned model is launched

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KevinColes KevinColes
I think the only choice for the next 5 years will be a GLK 250 by mercedes...I wanted a tiguan TDI when they first showed the concept...it's not coming folks.
Jul 26th, 2013 12:54am
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HeathPoser HeathPoser
TDI's get better fuel economy than any high-bred battery operated vehicles---just ask the question where does the energy come from to build these expensive batteries and then charge them on a regular basis! On top of that what is the life-span of the batteries and cost to the tax payers? It's also interesting that the government funded battery companies are filing bankruptcy now! Wow the people have been scammed----and people are driving and buying these cars and then they can't resell them---they are worth nothing! VW---TDI's are working in foreign countries and more and more people are getting the word here in the US! VW's are growing here and I hope it continues!
Jan 29th, 2012 9:29pm
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runic1 runic1
Tiguan & CC will set enormously successful sales numbers in the USA as soon as they're offered with TDI & DSG specifications! BRING THEM!!!!!!!
Jun 28th, 2011 5:32am
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HeathPoser HeathPoser
Why can they sell vw tdi's in the Jetta...etc but they can't in the Tiguan? Don't understand the hold ups! I'm a truck driver and the emission requirements are more destructive to the environment dropping mpg greatly on average 2-4 mpg on all truck models----meaning more fuel is being burned and if people think that with these emission controls no polution is kicked out in the atmosphere they're totally wrong!
Jan 29th, 2012 9:25pm
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coopergt coopergt
Different emmissions requirements for those big trucks.
Jun 15th, 2011 8:34pm
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solarmike solarmike
So how can a small efficient diesel like this Tiguan not pass emmisions in this country but, a Cummins or Powerstroke three times its' size can?
Jun 15th, 2011 9:35am
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tbrodie tbrodie
Urea or not, they can keep it until they make it biodiesel compatible.
Jun 15th, 2011 9:21am
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