The T-Roc Cabriolet allows you to have a small SUV with an extra dimension of fun and freedom, but even Volkswagen predicts it will only make up 7% of T-Roc purchases. With a lofty driving position, comfortable ride and more rear seat space than rivals, it can just about combine family living with wind-in-your-hair excitement. For real convertible thrills, though, the Mini Convertible is a much more enjoyable prospect.
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This is the sportier trim level with more aggressive looks and firmer suspension. You also get sports seats and the bigger digital driver instrument cluster.
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Available in all trim levels, this 148bhp 1.5 is the best engine option for the weighty T-Roc Cabriolet. It musters plenty of oomph from relatively low engine speeds, and is fine for scooting away from a junction or accelerating up to the speed limit
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