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Scirocco
The basic Scirocco is fairly well equipped and gets 17in alloys, a DAB radio, Bluetooth, air-con and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. You don’t get creature comforts such as sat-nav or parking sensors, though, so we’d recommended a GT model.
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GT
You’ll pay a notable premium for a GT over an entry-level Scirocco, but it’s worth it. Besides larger (18in) wheels, you get a host of extra kit, including sat-nav, dual-zone climate control, and front and rear parking sensors. This is the spec we’d go for.
R-line
Cosmetic upgrades are the order of the day with the R-line versions. You get a bodykit, 19in alloys, unique badging and lots of trim upgrades. Heated leather seats are also included, but R-line trim makes the Scirocco expensive, partly because it cannot be combined with the lower-powered engines.
GTS
This adds mostly styling extras, and can be had with bespoke stripe decals if you wish, on top of the red brake callipers and the aggressive-looking R Line styling pack. It also gets leather upholstery and heated front seats, but is too expensive to be really recommendable.
R
The most expensive version of the Scirocco is offered only with the 276bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine. It comes with lots of visual upgrades inside and out, along with lowered sports suspension, adjustable shock absorbers and bi-xenon headlights.
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