2019 VW T-Cross
The new T-Cross
More space for your style, A small family SUV that oozes with practicality, Compact yet roomy with loads of standard equipment.
If you want a easy to drive, practical, and with a desired raised driving position to help see out, the VW T-cross makes it a perfect choice. Just like a conventional Hatchback but with a raised driving position.
It might not look as cuddly as the Citroen C3 aircross or as agressive as the Seat Arona but it certainly feels more mature.
Unlike most SUVs, Every VW T-Cross comes with an 8 inch touchscreen system as standard, sitting flush in a glossy black panel makes it feel like it was meant to be there and not a after thought like these pop on tablet like systems we keep seeing. The Higher spec R-line models will come with a 10" system which will show a wide screen sat nav display between a pair of customisable dials. S and SE cars don't come with sat nav as standard, But SE and above gets you Smartphone mirroring for apple and android so you can use your preferred map and navigation systems via your phone.
Engines and performance
There will be initially two 1.0 Litre 3 cylinder engines to choose from one with 95bhp and another with a slighty higher tune state of 115bhp both ample for motorway and town driving, the 115bhp preferred for more motorway driving and the 95bhp perfect for the doddle around town . 95bhp will come with a five speed manual gearbox and the 115bhp with a six speed gearbox and 7 speed DSG.
Vw Claims 57mpg from both engines
In First edition guise, the VW T-Cross comes with white paint, silver roof rails, black bumper trims, 18-inch alloy wheels and some exclusive striped vinyl decals on the sides. An 8-inch touchscreen and a 300-watt Beats stereo also come as standard, alongside satellite navigation, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot detection, adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assistance.
Expect to see deals coming through in Quarter 2 April onwards.