2022 Volkswagen Tiguan Prices and Deals
Refreshed 2022 Tiguan is here; 2021s sold out
The 2022 Tiguan is arriving with a refresh, but with the same engine as the 2021 Tiguan, which has sold out. Unfortunately, all Volkswagen models can be very difficult to find in stock right now.
The offers listed below are regional and expire on January 3, 2022. Our examples are based on those for Western States like California, Utah, and others.
This page is updated monthly with the latest incentives, so be sure to check back for new information.
VW Tiguan Lease Deals
Lease from $359 per month for 39 months
Lease a 2022 Tiguan S from $359 per month for 39 months with $0 due at signing (12,000 miles per year). This is a poor value for a vehicle with this MSRP.
If you think you'll need more (or less) miles, be sure to let your dealer know because it could impact your final cost. Opting for an all-wheel-drive model tends to add $10-70 to your payment depending on which version you choose.
VW Tiguan Rebate Deals
Special offers for military, first responders, and new college grads
Volkswagen is offering a $500 bonus to qualified military and first responders.
In addition, new college graduates (i.e. graduated in the past 24 months) with proof of permanent, full-time income are eligible to receive a $500 credit on new financing or lease contracts signed with Volkswagen Credit.
VW Tiguan Finance Deals
No special offers, which is unusual
Volkswagen hasn't introduced promotional finance rates for the new 2022s yet.
For reference, the last available rates for the 2021s started at 0% APR for 36 months, 0.9% APR for 48 months, or 1.9% APR for 60 months.
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