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Sure, diesel fuel costs a pretty penny in the U.S. these days, but that shouldn't stop Americans from fawning over a diesel VW Tiguan that gets over 40 mpg on the European combined cycle and emits 185 g/km of CO2 (that number could be lower, in our eye, but still). The Brits will soon be able to take one of these CUVs home for the pretty penny price of £22,670 ($45,000 US) for the SE or £23,370 ($46,400) for the Sport trim. VW dealers are taking orders now. The Tiguan's new 2.0-litre

Volkswagen introduced their new compact crossover Tiguan last fall and now UK mag AutoExpress has a first test of the diesel version. The Tiguan is available with a choice of 2.0L four cylinder engines for its European launch. A 148hp 1.4L twin charged (supercharged and turbocharged) TSI gas engine or a 138hp 2.0L TDI diesel can be selected by buyers. As usual for modern Volkswagens, the Tiguan is well equipped including a nav system and rear backup camera. It even has a parking assist system li