Stylish Coupe-SUV take on the T-Cross looks promising PROS Excellent engines shared with T-Cross Wide model range promised Standard digital cockpit across the range CONS Sloping roof means less practicality It won't go on sale until 2022 What's a Volkswagen Taigo? It's the result of more platform gaming from the VW Group as its latest small family car bridges
Nearly as large as the compact Tiguan, the Taos is an attractive new entry point for VW's crossover lineup. The all-new 2022 Volkswagen Taos is the product of a familiar pattern in the car business. As a particular vehicle segment grows in popularity (in this case, crossovers), manufacturers tend to enlarge and differentiate their entries to make room for
The new Volkswagen T-Roc Active trim adds extra kit to the small SUV for not much more money Verdict Active trim adds worthwhile extra kit and boosts the level of value on offer in the T-Roc range. It’s an attractive small SUV that’s complemented by enough tech, comfort and fundamentally sound driving dynamics, but we’d save even more money
“The Volkswagen T-Cross is one of the class leaders in the small SUV sector” Volkswagen offers a wider choice of SUVs than most manufacturers, with six different models and more in the pipeline. The T-Cross is the smallest and cheapest, sitting below the T-Roc, Tiguan, Tiguan Allspace, the electric ID.4 and the flagship Touareg. It aims to capitalise on
Thoroughly rational, practical family car with an air of quality At a glance New price £24,730 - £31,330 Lease from new From £270 p/mView lease deals Used price £17,990 - £24,915 Used monthly cost From £449 per month Fuel Economy 46.3 - 62.8 mpg Road tax cost £155 Insurance group 14 - 22How much is it to insure? New
The small Volkswagen T-Cross SUV turns on the style in new Black Edition trim Verdict Black Edition trim is a useful update to the T-Cross line-up, adding some additional styling touches for not much extra. It’s a solid small SUV with some good tech – although we wish more of it was standard. However, we can’t fault the excellent
It’s a good thing you like SUVs, America, because the march of replacing passenger cars with compact crossovers continues without delay. The latest automaker to do it: Volkswagen. This is the new 2022 Taos, which will replace the Golf hatchback in VW’s lineup when it arrives in June (the GTI and Golf R will remain, however). Typically with these
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