The modelRead full review
If you avoid the pricier trims and engines, the Volkswagen T-Roc is a fine buy. Its soft ride makes it one of the most comfortable cars in the class, while its spacious interior and big boot will appeal to families. Also, its high-set driving position is just what SUV buyers crave – and something many other small SUVs fail to deliver.
The trimSee full equipment
The second step on the T-Roc trim ladder is Style. It gets everything the entry-level version comes with but adds larger 17in alloy wheels, automatic headlights with adaptive high beam, a larger 10.25in digital driver display, upgraded seats and a larger 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system with added built-in sat-nav.
The engineSee full engine specs
This 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine is our pick of the range. It doesn’t cost all that much more than the entry-level engine but is much smoother and gives you plenty of extra shove, sprinting from 0-62mph in 8.6sec. Aside from offering more scope for overtaking manoeuvres, the extra power also makes carrying a full load of passenger and/or luggage much easier.
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