Volkswagen Volkswagen T-cross

Derivative
Fuel Type
Transmission
CO2
Business Contract
Personal Contract

1.0 TSI S 5dr
Petrol
MANUAL
116 g/km

1.0 TSI SE 5dr
Petrol
MANUAL
116 g/km

1.0 TSI 115 SE 5dr
Petrol
MANUAL
113 g/km

1.0 TSI 115 SE 5dr DSG
Petrol
AUTOMATIC
112 g/km

1.0 TSI 115 SEL 5dr
Petrol
MANUAL
113 g/km

1.6 TDI SE 5dr
Diesel
MANUAL
107 g/km

1.0 TSI 115 R Line 5dr
Petrol
MANUAL
115 g/km

1.0 TSI 115 SEL 5dr DSG
Petrol
AUTOMATIC
112 g/km

1.6 TDI SE 5dr DSG
Diesel
AUTOMATIC
107 g/km

1.6 TDI SEL 5dr
Diesel
MANUAL
107 g/km

1.0 TSI 115 R Line 5dr DSG
Petrol
AUTOMATIC
113 g/km

1.5 TSI EVO SEL 5dr DSG
Petrol
AUTOMATIC
118 g/km

1.6 TDI SEL 5dr DSG
Diesel
AUTOMATIC
107 g/km

1.6 TDI R Line 5dr
Diesel
MANUAL
109 g/km

1.5 TSI EVO R Line 5dr DSG
Petrol
AUTOMATIC
119 g/km

1.6 TDI R Line 5dr DSG
Diesel
AUTOMATIC
109 g/km

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VW T-Cross Estate Leasing 

The VW T-Cross is the smallest SUV in Volkswagen’s range. It offers a refined and polished drive, and it’s a versatile vehicle overall. It may not be the most fun SUV, but it certainly ticks most boxes.

It is not being marketed as a vehicle for going off-road, and instead, VW refers to it as an SUV for urban driving. There is no four-wheel drive, but it provides an intuitive drive that is predictable and handles well. It is quiet, smooth and agile when cornering, and it offers a comfortable experience.

The T-Cross has a wide cabin and there is plenty of room for legs and elbows in the front. Tall adults will sit comfortably in the rear, and 385 litres of boot space is not huge but adequate. The interior is robust and attractive, and it has a great infotainment system too. Overall, it’s a solid SUV that provides a comfortable drive without being sporty or flashy.