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Volkswagen T-Cross (2018–)

Last updated 21 March 2019

 
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Desirable compact SUV, lots of safety features. Available with 1.0 TSI engines .
Starts at a reasonable £16,995, but rises rapidly. Heavy emphasis on 18-inch wheels with 215/45 R18 directional tyres that preclude a standard size spare.
Updated 8 March 2019
T-Cross prices announced

All T-Cross also have a sliding rear seat that moves forwards 140mm to increase the load area from 385 to 455 litres. But using all of that 140mm reduces rear legroom to zero. You can also fold down the...

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Introduction

The T-Cross is Volkswagen's answer to the Nissan Juke and in-house SEAT Arona.

Based on the same platform as other Volkswagen Group products, the T-Cross majors on practicality and safety - with a number of driver assistance systems as standard. Its dimensions are close to the latest Polo and smaller than the T-Roc.

Power comes from a range of petrol and diesel engines with scope for electrification in the form of plug-in hybrids and pure-electric powertrains. Five- and six-speed manual gearboxes available as well as an automatic, but no four-wheel-drive version.

Volkswagen T-Cross 1.0 TSI 115 Road Test

 

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