How to spec a Volkswagen Taigo

Our guide to the Volkswagen Taigo coupé SUV covers which options to choose, which to avoid, and how much to pay for it all...

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The Volkswagen Taigo’s rakish roofline makes it a trendy alternative to conventional small SUVs, and it’s actually more practical than most – including the Seat Arona and Toyota Yaris Cross.

If you'd like to know what it's like to drive and live with the Taigo, you can read our full review, but here we're concerned with getting you the most for your money when buying one.

We’d recommend opting for the entry-level Life trim to keep costs down, as well as the 1.0-litre TSI 110 petrol engine, which offers plenty of shove for little extra money. There’s still plenty worth adding from the options list, though, so here's what we'd add.

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