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Volkswagen T-Cross (2018–)

Last updated 7 June 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 7 June 2019
WLTP compliant VW T-Cross 1.6TDI 95 now available in RHD

, as tested here . Comes with 6-speed manual or DQ200 7-speed DSG transmissions in SE, SEL and R-Line trims priced from £21,240 RRP OTR for the SE. Achieves 52.9mpg WLTP combined either as manual...

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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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