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Stick to the cheaper trims and engines and the Volkswagen T-Roc is a fine buy. Its soft ride, spacious interior and big boot will appeal to families, while its high-set driving position is just what many SUV buyers crave – and something that many other small SUVs fail to deliver.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Adds 17in alloy wheels, front and rear centre armrests, a leather steering wheel and gear knob, rear reading lights, front and rear parking sensors, power-folding door mirrors, a ski hatch and adaptive cruise control. The infotainment system is upgraded to include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring.
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The great news is that we reckon this – the cheapest engine – is the one to go for. With 113bhp and a turbocharger it packs a relatively mighty punch, with good pace (0-62mph in a whisker over 10sec) when you rev it out and enough low-down shove to make it flexible – even at motorway speeds. Of its rivals, only the Ford Puma offers more oomph for similar money. We also managed an average test economy of 42.3mpg, which is pretty decent.
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