S line trim comes with a 7.0in screen, DAB radio, Bluetooth and sat-nav, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto phone connectivity. Controlled by a rotary dial between the seats, the system is easy to use on the move, thanks to clear, responsive menus and sharp graphics. You can upgrade to an 8.3in screen (pictured) with more sophisticated sat-nav, but the standard system is plenty good enough.
We’d recommend selecting the Media XL pack, because you get an 8.8in screen, rather than the 6.5in one that’s standard. It gets everything that the Q2 has, apart from Android Auto, but is the better system overall. The graphics are sharper and menus clearer, plus it’s even more responsive. Our only complaint is that the screen is mounted a little lower than the Q2’s, meaning you have to take your eyes off the road for longer.
Unlike the other two, the T-Roc’s infotainment is controlled by a touchscreen only. The 8.0in system has sharp graphics and well-organised menus, but some of the icons are a little too small to hit accurately on the move. The shortcut buttons around the screen’s edges are welcome, because they make it easier to jump to the menu that you want, but we still prefer the rotary dial controls of the others.
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