The Tiguan S is the black sheep of the lineup and in no “cool” way - it’s the only model that comes relatively under-equipped for its price. It’s stuck with a small 6.5-inch infotainment touchscreen tethered to an AM/FM only radio, there is Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality, and Bluetooth smartphone connectivity for compatible devices - but only a single charge-only USB port is provided up front. It’s also the only one to come outfitted with a vinyl steering wheel, manually-adjustable front seats, and manual air conditioning. It does, however, get a decent consignment of safety and driver-assist features as standard, including six standard airbags, ABS, ESC, rear traffic alert, and a rearview camera. The optional Driver Assistance Package throws in a blind spot monitor, rear traffic alert, and forward collision warning with autonomous emergency braking and pedestrian monitoring.
First Aid Kit, basic first aid kit for addressing minor injuries, Roadside Assistance Kit, booster cables, warning triangle, LED flashlight, multi-tool, work gloves, blanket, poncho, bandages and more (PIO)
Blind Spot Monitor w/Rear Traffic Alert, Forward Collision Warning, autonomous emergency braking w/pedestrian monitoring (front assist)