The T-Cross is exactly what many Small SUV buyers are looking for. It’s very comfortable and easy to drive, without feeling like a wallowy barge for those that like a car to entertain. It’s very roomy for its size, yet small enough that it’s easy to handle in town, and is competitive on running costs — whether you’re a company car driver or a private buyer. In short, it’s the best all-round Small SUV you can buy.get the best price
Trim: R Line
Steer clear of R-Line. It’s expensive and adds mainly styling additions that offer no tangible benefit to how well the T-Cross works as a car.
Engine: 1.0 TSI 115
This 114bhp three-cylinder turbocharged petrol feels more than a match for the Kia Stonic 1.0 T-GDI. It pulls well from just below 2000rpm and revs to its limiter with plenty of vim. You’ll not find it wanting, whether you’re getting up to speed on the motorway or lining up to overtake along a country road.
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