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Touareg - Tiguan / Re: Is a 176kW motor simply a 150 remapped?
« Last post by GLIDN on Today at 08:27:59 pm »
post your engines code up.
I'll look up on my system, then advise more.

these go well once tuned thou.
if that is of interest to you? by all means send me a PM.
happy to help.
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I have recintly switched to http://www.classiccover.co.nz
For the Mk2 full cover wasn't much more then 3rd party with ami.
Not sure what they are like come claim time but the policy seems suited to enthusiasts.
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this will eat into tiguan sales.

 :laugh:
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Auckland, 21/06/2017 – Following the release of the SEAT Leon range information last
week, SEAT New Zealand is excited to announce further details on the new Ateca
range that will be available.

The Ateca will feature three specification levels and three engines across four distinct
models.

There will be a 110kW petrol engine available in Style and Xcellence specification; a
140kW diesel with 4Drive also available in Xcellence specification; and a 140kW petrol
engine with 4Drive in FR specification. All models will be standard with 7-speed DSG
gearboxes.

The new Ateca features key technologies to keep owners safe and connected. The
Ateca is rated 5-stars by EuroNCAP and includes items such as front assist with City
Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Protection, Blind Spot monitoring and a rear view
camera. SEAT Full Link is standard on all SEAT models being sold in New Zealand and
features Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink.

The Ateca range will start at $38,900 for the Ateca Style; the Ateca Xcellence will be
$44,900 with the two 140kW 4Drive models being $52,400 and $52,900 (FR 4Drive and
Xcellence 4Drive respectively). All prices are + on road costs.

The Xcellence and FR specifications are of a similar level – the FR being more sports
orientated. The Xcellence and FR include a number of features over and above the
Style specification, including Adaptive Cruise Control, a top-view camera, alarm,
keyless entry, alcantara upholstery, full LED headlights, a hands-free electric tailgate
and 18” (Xcellence) and 19” (FR) alloys.

James Yates, SEAT New Zealand General Manager, commented that “the new Ateca
range will offer consumers another level of choice in the all-important Compact SUV
segment. The Ateca will appeal to those wanting slick, modern design inside and out
along with high levels of safety and connectivity.”

The Ateca is the first of three SUVs / Crossovers that SEAT will release in the coming
two years. A smaller brother to the Ateca, the Arona, will be revealed for the first time
next week and is due in New Zealand in the first half of 2018. Then in early 2019, the
third SUV will arrive – this model will be larger than Ateca and available with the
option of seven seats. SEAT is currently running a world-wide competition to choose
the name for this new model.

The Ateca Xcellence 4Drive will be available for sale from September this year with the
full model range being available by years’ end.

Brochures and spec sheets for NZ market here: www.seat.co.nz/shopping-tools/brochure-download/overview.html
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Touareg - Tiguan / Is a 176kW motor simply a 150 remapped?
« Last post by jimmyant on June 23, 2017, 03:20:53 pm »
I have a 150 kW Touareg (2011) and was wondering what the real differences are in the motors. Are they physically different or simply have different mapping. :-\
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General Discussion / Re: Feild Days 2017
« Last post by vwrally on June 23, 2017, 03:12:06 pm »
The correct spelling for this event is Fieldays.

Would love to know how many vehicles Hyundai sold this year, I didnt hear the bell ring as much as it normally does.

They normally sell somehwre around the 150 mark
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It can and has run in New Zealand rallies several times, biggest problem is reliability (and keeping it on the road)

Sounds good coming through a forest when
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is there any class this can rally in ?

There's always clubman/hillclimb but would you bother...
Brilliant skills to create that car and the sound is magnificent!
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General Discussion / Re: Feild Days 2017
« Last post by schattenblau on June 23, 2017, 01:42:09 pm »
i went once, back in the 90s ?

can admin please correct the title ?

field days

sorry, ocd kicking in

 ;D
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