With the T-Roc Volkswagen has made the move into the SUV market, by offering something that only appeals to the functional and rational consumer, who would often consider the brand due to its reliability and track record but also to those families who also respond well to flair and excitement. Through doing this the T-Roc can offer an intriguing and attractive alternative to the Kia Stonic, as well as upmarket rivals such as the Mini Countryman.
The T-Roc is also adaptable, meaning that customers will be able to choose from a number of petrol engines including a diesel choice, have the daytime running lights as well as the possibility of four-wheel drive. Furthermore, you will also be able to pick your choice of engine for the car however whether you pick the 1, 1.5 or 2.0 litre engines you will still be purchasing a powerful (yet quiet) car which has a brilliant command of the A-roads and motorways, whilst simultaneously deals with speed bumps far more effectively than the Audi Q2. This combination of comfort and power means the T-Roc would be an excellent addition to any home.
The interior of the T-Roc is pragmatically built for comfort and control. The seats are adjustable, as is the steering wheel whilst the logical layout of the infotainment system means you’ll very quickly be able to locate the sat nav, as well as the radio and other controls. A further bonus here is that nearly all models include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring giving the vehicle a technologically advanced feel.
In conclusion, the T-Roc combines an aesthetically pleasing exterior, with an intensive and practical engine and interior. This makes it a perfect SUV for the whole family.