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Restyled Volkswagen T-Cross: here are its prices

Restyled a few weeks ago, the T-Cross, entry-level crossover at Volkswagen, makes us discover its prices today. The good news is that they hardly increase.

By revealing the T-Cross a 2018, Volkswagen decide to double its offer in the urban SUV segment. Little brother of Barterhe assures affordable and economical entry-levelin the same vein as the Hyundai Bayon/Kona and Kia Stonic/Niro from Korean manufacturers. More compact, lighter and less backpackerthe T-Cross is based on the Polo and incorporates its main features, finishes and engines. This is a small vehicle intended above all for the city and/or for short trips Daily. Third thief in 2020: the T-Roc/T-Cross duo wanted the bienvenue au Taigo. It is a crossover with a cut profile, less rational and more “pleasure” than the T-Cross and T-Roc. To bring its T-Cross up to date, Volkswagen offered it a slight restyling a few weeks ago…

A few aesthetic changes

First change: its length, which evolves by 2.7 cm to climb to 4.13 m. Globally, this update is quite subtle on the front end. The bumper and grille have been slightly redesigned, and full LED headlamps are now standard. At the rear, the design of the lights and the light signature have been revised. A rather elegant silver insert also appears in the lower part. Three new colors have been added : Grape Yellow, Clear Blue Metallic et Kings Red Metallic.

On board, the central 8-inch touch screen is now standard from the entry-level finishes. The Style and R Line inherit a new 10 inch slab. The ergonomics have also been redesigned, with now backlit touch controls. For the rest, the trunk volume is still 385 liters, and even up to 455 liters thanks to the bench seat which can slide 14 cm…

From €25,700

Today, Volkswagen is presenting the prices for this update. They only evolve very little, and that’s the good news. So, an entry-level Life T-Cross equipped with the 3-cylinder TSi 95 horsepower petrol engine is exchanged for €25,700. Count €28,570 for the same block, but with a power of 115 horsepower. It is the latter which then equips the middle and top of the range finishes. You have to pay €32,030 for the Style finish, and €32,340 for the R-Line finish. As the name suggests, the latter is the ‘sporty chic’ variant of the T-Roc, with a more opulent treatment compared to Life and Style. He is already configurable and controllable on the Volkswagen site, for deliveries scheduled for early 2024.

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