With the chip crisis, many are the brands that have had no choice but to reduce the offer of versions of some models in order to meet deliveries. The Volkswagen T-Cross is one of those vehicles that has simplified its range for the coming months.
Those interested in the multipurpose crossover will have as a basic mechanical option the well-known 1.0 TSI of 95 CV that you can stay something fair. Better stopped comes out the 1.0 TSI 110 hp which is positioned as the most balanced option while the 1.5 TSI EVO of 150 CV It is the most performing variant. There are no more variants available.
Trim levels now They are the Advance and Sport, leaving out the previous Base / Edition that is no longer marketed. Therefore it is true that all Volkswagen T-Cross 2022 have a more complete endowment but it is also fair to recognize that they start from higher prices.
As standard, the Advance level already has Dual automatic climate control, 16-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights, four power windows, fog lights, fatigue detector, adaptive cruise control with limiter, lane alert and pre-collision warning.
Other standard elements are the folding rear seat in parts, folding mirrors with electric control, multifunction leather steering wheel, rear parking sensors, 8-inch touchscreen multimedia system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto without cables, bluetooth, USB, etc.
The Sport level adds the LED headlights, exterior chrome package, interior LED package, Pro digital instrumentation, rear view camera, driving mode selector, specific upholstery, 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome roof bars, etc.
The recommended prices are as follows:
|1.0 TSI 95 CV 5MT||23,255||–|
|1.0 TSI 110 CV 6MT||23,815||25,740|
|1.0 TSI 110 CV DSG||25,200||27,140|
|1.5 TSI 150 CV DSG||26,625||28,565|