Rory White

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The revised Volkswagen Tiguan was revealed before its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show

Pictures of the revised VW Tiguan have been released ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

 The current Tiguan has a kerbweight of around 1600kg and a towing limit of up to 2500kg making it a popular choice for caravannners.

 The images show the revised model has a new front end that brings it in line with the latest VW updates, namely the Golf and the Passat.

 Orders are being taken in Germany earlier than planned thanks to the current model selling out following huge demand. The new shape will be available to order in the UK in early summer and first deliveries will be in August.

 Since 2007, 572,000 Tiguans have been sold globally.

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