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Volkswagen T-Roc

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Volkswagen T-Roc summary

SUVs like the Tiguan and Touareg have made up VW's Indian lineup for decades. CBUs (fully constructed units) have been increasingly popular in recent years as demand for compact SUVs grows. It is available in a single model, the fully loaded one, and it costs Rs 19.99 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom).

T-Roc uses VW's 1.5-liter TSI petrol engine. The T-turbocharged Roc's four-cylinder engine, rated at 148bhp and 250Nm, is rather powerful for its compact size and does not produce an angry sound. It doesn't even acknowledge that it is attempting to do anything at all. With the pedal halfway pressed, you'll be able to simply walk around.

In addition, its strong and broad mid-range muscle contributes significantly to the generation of speed. This honed engine's linearity allows you to crank up to 6,500 rpm, but it's a quiet event because of the silent engine and impressively low noise emissions.

The T-Roc is available in only one high-end trim level. As a result, it has access to all of the available safety features for a vehicle of this size. Six airbags, a seat-belt warning system, three rear seat belts, ISOFIX child seat anchor points, a TPMS, four-wheel disc brakes, anti-lock brakes with electronic stability control, automatic parking sensors with a reversing camera— and the list goes on.

It also comes standard with lane-keeping assistance and automatic emergency braking, both of which are segment firsts. Lastly, The five-star EURO NCAP rating for both adults and children is the cherry on the cake.

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Volkswagen has a history of producing aesthetically pleasing automobiles that exude a sense of refinement. With a few modern stylistic cues, the T-Roc is no less in its sophistication. The SUV's character lines and rakish roofline make it look beautiful, despite its improper robust proportions. The sophisticated look is rounded up with a black top and a crisp shoulder line. Furthermore, it makes up for the absence of overt sportiness by maintaining the well-known conventional aesthetic of the brand. It is also funky and sophisticated at the same time, owing to the bright exterior colours.

In a decade where SUVs rule the industry, nearly every manufacturer has succumbed to the allure of a slice of the action. The vast plans of Volkswagen India also aim to make a stronger entry into the fiercely competitive SUV and crossover market. To get to where Volkswagen stands now, the T-Roc was an essential stepping stone.

The starting price of a Volkswagen T-Roc is Rs. 21.35 lakh. The T-Roc is offered in just one model, which is automatic (Dual Clutch). There are six colours to choose from for the T-Roc: Kurkuma Yellow, Pure White, Ravenna Blue, Indium Grey, Flash Red and Deep Black. However, several of these colours are only available in a limited number of variants. This vehicle is competing against the VW Tiguan, the Jeep Compass, the Skoda Kushaq and Hyundai Tucson, as well as the Tata Harrier and MG ZS Electric.

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The ride and handling dynamics of the T-Roc are impressive. There is no roughness in the ride, despite a suspension that is a little stiff. Even though it doesn't handle well in potholes, the ride is quiet and seldom uncomfortable on most road surfaces.

A seven-speed DSG automatic transmission with paddle shifters is standard equipment for this turbocharged four-cylinder. Changing gears is flawless and the transmission reacts quickly to the throttle adjustments. There is no latency between shifts.

It is dynamically sound, has a wide range of safety measures, and is packed with cutting-edge innovation.

The cabin space is spacious and passengers will have no problem sitting comfortably.

The T-Roc’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine, rated at 148 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque, is surprisingly potent for its small size and emits no obnoxious noises.

With a low roofline and compact dimensions, the VW T-Roc offers a minimal backseat area because of its MQB platform.

There is a noticeable lack of space in the back of the vehicle due to a small door opening and narrow window line. Owing to the elevated seat and transmission tunnel, addition of a third passenger is out of the question.

The T-Roc is a fantastic product, but what about those who want an SUV with a diesel engine and 4WD capability? If you don't have much use for it, then the latter is a no-brainer. However, a diesel engine is a more cost-effective choice, so the lack of one may frustrate long-time VW enthusiasts who frequently travel long distances by the highway.

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The crossover design is justified by the T-Roc’s short height and length of 4,234mm. The 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels fitted to the T-Roc by Volkswagen look great. Starting at the A-pillar, a chrome strip extends to the C-pillar, giving the SUV a premium look. The best way you can appreciate the SUV's two-tone paint job is from the side.

The three-tone upholstery on the T-Roc is a welcome addition to the car's otherwise plain interior. The front seats are supportive and the view from the driver's seat is expansive. The driver's seat can be raised and lowered manually. In light of the SUV's pricing, Volkswagen should have included heated and ventilated seats (at the very least for the driver).

It is one of the most refined turbo-petrol engines that you can have the pleasure of driving. It is quiet and comfortable on and off the highway, and it has paddle shifters for those who prefer manual control. The SUV is a versatile vehicle that can give power and economy when needed. The T-Roc's fuel efficiency was tested and found to be 14.14kmpl in the city and 19.48kmpl on the highway.

Is the Volkswagen T-Roc a good fit for your needs as a small SUV? Well, that would have a simple response. The T-Roc is an excellent choice if you're looking for a vehicle that is both luxurious and fun to drive. The T-Roc is a compact SUV with a lot more amenities, a lot more space, and a lot less money than the Hyundai Creta.

Volkswagen T-Roc key specification


Body Type SUV

Fuel Type Diesel

TransmissionType Manual

Fuel Tank Capacity

Service Cost (Avg. of 5 years) No

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