VW's stunning electric van puts form over function, but that's the right call. Superficially, the Volkswagen ID.Buzz fits into the current roster of U.S.-market minivans. It will, after all, have power sliding doors, three rows of seats, and plenty of cupholders. But this isn't really a direct salvo at the likes of the Toyota Sienna and the Chrysler Pacifica.
Verdict While we think some of the cabin ergonomics have taken a step back, there’s still plenty to like about the T-Roc as a whole. Be careful with the options list though - with some extras our test car came out to an eye watering £38k. This is the new-for-2022 Volkswagen T-Roc; a model that has been a booming
PROS Plenty of performance Comfortable and easy to live with Well equipped and well priced CONS Rivals more exciting to drive Loses composure at higher speeds Too many touch-sensitive controls If you want a genuinely fast supermini without the compromises, the Volkswagen Polo GTI could well be for you. For while the Ford Fiesta ST and Hyundai i20 N 
Pros Pleasingly smooth ride Ample storage in the cabin Customizable digital instrument cluster lends a techy vibe Cons Brakes feel grabby at low speeds Steering wheel controls take some getting used to Cabin is more plasticky than others in the class What's new New, more powerful engine Updated styling Volkswagen Digital Cockpit instrument cluster is now standard New standard
This is as electrified as a Golf will get now. There's no e-Golf anymore, as that job has been taken over by the ID.3, so a plug-in hybrid will have to do. Of course, there's still the GTE. But, to cater to more folks who are chomping at the bit for an electrified car there's this more sensible one
2022 Volkswagen Golf R Review: Practical Performance — for a Price The verdict: The redesigned 2022 Volkswagen Golf R hatchback is a refined, entertaining and versatile performance car. Its well-roundedness doesn’t come cheap, however, and some shoppers might not appreciate VW’s newfound love of touch-sensitive controls. Versus the competition: Competitors like the Honda Civic Type R, Hyundai Veloster N
At a glance New price £38,230 - £54,435 Lease from new From £427 p/mView lease deals Used price £23,615 - £43,560 Used monthly cost From £589 per month Fuel Economy 30.4 - 235.4 mpg Road tax cost £155 - £490 Insurance group 21 - 29How much is it to insure? New 4.5 - 35.2 Miles per pound (mpp) What
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