Used Volkswagen T-Cross 2019-present review

Category: Small SUV

Section: Alternatives

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Alternatives

What alternatives should I consider to a used Volkswagen T-Cross estate?

If you can do without the additional few centimetres of the height of the T-Cross' driving position, the Seat Arona makes for an excellent used small SUV. The boot is big by class standards and the Arona drives really well.

The Suzuki Vitara certainly has that SUV driving position that people are looking for, right down to the clamshell bonnet you have to look over that's a dead ringer for what you'd find in a Land Rover. Most engines provide lively performance and equipment levels are high, especially in SZ-T form.

On balance, your money is perhaps better spent on a Volkswagen T-Roc because it's more refined and feels sharper to drive than the T-Cross, with less body lean in corners and a slicker feeling gear change. 

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Overview

The chunky T-Cross is a small SUV with a comfortable ride and a spacious and practical interior

  • Spacious, flexible interior
  • Impressive for safety
  • Good to drive
  • The older T-Roc is still a superior purchase
  • Interior is hardly plush
  • SEL and R-Line trims don't offer good value for money