Today at Fetajo car hire Malaga airport we bring you the review of the new Volkswagen T-Cross! The T-Cross is among the most accomplished compact crossovers in its class. Its strong points include a versatile cabin complete with a sliding rear bench seat; and an engine lineup which, while small, manages to combine more than adequate performance with decent fuel economy.
On the side of the car we find a tension line, which runs from the front to the rear optics and gives the car a touch of robustness and sportiness. rent it now with Fetajo Rent a Car in any of our offices!
However, in a class where eye-catching design really helps rivals stand out, the T-Cross is perhaps a little too sensible – particularly inside. It just doesn’t feel as special as some of the alternatives. Refinement is good, but the T-Cross is neither the sharpest car of its type to drive nor the most comfortable.
It’s a similar story on price with the best of the VW’s rivals undercutting it. So, overall, while the T-Cross enters the small SUV category as one of the strongest competitors, it’s not quite capable of hitting the top of the class.
The Volkswagen T-Cross is a small SUV that was first revealed as a concept at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show; the production T-Cross is Volkswagen’s contribution to the hugely popular small SUV segment and went on sale in March 2020
There is also a new multimedia system and a new connectivity system, but what we like most of all is that you have everything you need to enjoy a family holiday in Malaga with this car.
The usual Volkswagen trim line-up applies. S kicks off the range and brings a decent – but by no means exceptional – level of standard equipment, with 16-inch alloys, cloth upholstery, manual seat adjustment and an eight-inch infotainment system with DAB radio and Apple CarPlay and Android Autoconnectivity. Manual air conditioning, all-round electric windows and start-stop are also included, as is Volkswagen Connect – the German brand’s connectivity system that allows the monitoring of various car functions via a phone app, plus 24-hour access to a customer service helpline.
The step up to SE and you get 17-inch alloys, front fog lights, black roof rails, a front centre armrest with air-con vents for the rear seats, a leather steering wheel, a variable boot floor, and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. Rain sensing wipers and adaptive cruise control with AEB also feature at this level along with ‘Car-Net App Connect’ – an improved phone connectivity and mirroring system.
Volkswagen has also introduced the mid-spec United equipment level. It is based on the SE trim and adds heated seats, front and rear parking sensors, rear privacy glass and unique badging and interior decorative inserts in the dash and door panels.
The SEL trim level adds slightly more supportive seats, different 17-inch alloys, LED headlights, silver roof rails, two-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, plus an uprated infotainment system with sat-nav. An upgraded Car-Net service is also included.
The Volkswagen family model has low fuel consumption when compared to other vehicles from this same section. Don’t hesitate any longer, rent the Volkswagen T-Cross today!