Volkswagen has introduced a subscription-based ownership plan for the newly launched compact SUV Taigun. This plan makes it possible for the customers to own the new Taigun with a monthly payment of Rs. 28000.

Volkswagen India had earlier made its entire product portfolio available to customers at a monthly subscription model. Volkswagen Polo, Vento, and T-roc are the models that had been introduced to the subscription-based payment system, earlier in September 2021.

The subscription package will include 100 percent on-road financing of the vehicle as well as the insurance renewal, periodic maintenance, and resale which will be handled by Volkswagen’s partners.

More details

The subscription-based system for Volkswagen cars in India was made possible in partnership with ORIX, an Omni Channel Mobility Solutions provider. Orix is offering Taigun subscription plans for 24, 36 and 48 months respectively. The monthly subscription fee starts at Rs 28,000. All the after-sales services will be handled by Orix. The Tiguan will be available for subscription at 30 Volkswagen outlets across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad.

The Taigun can also be purchased using regular payment methods. Although The subscription-based model will be a good alternative for customers who prefer a short-term commitment with their cars. Volkswagen will be providing their customers with an option to upgrade or return the car at the convenience of the customers.

Specifications and pricing 

The Volkswagen Taigun is available in two petrol variants, a 1.0 TSI engine that produces 115bhp and 175Nm of torque and a 1,5 TSI engine which produces 150 bhp and 250 Nm of torque. The 1.0 TSI gets a torque converter automatic while the 1.5 TSI variant gets a DSG auto transmission.

The 1.5l gasoline variant of Taigun is priced at, Rs.10.99 lakh, and The GT comes at 14.99 lakh (ex-showroom). 

Volkswagen will launch the Tiguan facelift this November. But the most awaited launch from Volkswagen will be the ‘Virtus’ mid-size sedan. The sedan will probably replace the Vento and is scheduled to come in early 2022.

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