Volkswagen T-Roc Leasing
Top 3 Features
5-door SUV or 2-door Cabriolet body styles.
Stylish looks, comfortable ride and more space than many rivals.
Range includes a high performance option – the T-Roc R.
Why Lease A Volkswagen T-Roc?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The T-Roc’s larger size means it has more space inside than a lot of its rivals. Head- and legroom in the back is good, although taller adults might find it a squeeze in cars fitted with a panoramic sunroof. It’s not as roomy as Skoda’s Kamiq, but it’s still very good.
With 445 litres of space in the boot, rising to 1290 litres with the rear seats folded down, the T-Roc offers more luggage capacity than most of its comparable rivals. It is some 60 litres smaller in the T-Roc R, however, and drops to just 284 litres in the Cabriolet.
There are plenty of storage options around the cabin, including a small box under the centre armrest, a large glovebox and big door pockets. High-spec models get a drawer under the driver’s seat. The Cabriolet’s roof mechanism means less boot and rear passenger space, so you’ll only get 2 people in the back.
The T-Roc is a bit pricier to lease than some, but running costs should be reasonable. The smaller petrol engines provide up to 47.1mpg. And the diesels offer better economy still, although the fuel is more expensive, so will only suit those that do enough miles annually to offset that.
The heavier Cabriolet models are less efficient. And the T-Roc R sacrifices fuel economy for speed, promising up to 31.7mpg. Drive enthusiastically, though, and mid-20s is a more realistic number.
T-RocThe 5-door T-Roc has the most options, trim levels and engine choices, and is the most practical model.
T-Roc CabrioletThe 2-door, 4-seat Cabriolet has a soft-top roof that will fold away electrically in 9 seconds.
High Performance ModelsThe T-Roc R has a powerful 2.0-litre, turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and lowered sports suspension, making it fast in a straight line and more nimble through corners.
The Volkswagen T-Roc Vs Competitors
The T-Roc is a small 5-door SUV from Volkswagen. It’s also available as a 2-door convertible, the T-Roc Cabriolet.
Yes. The T-Roc is a very solid all-rounder that drives well, has plenty of choices when it comes to specification and has lots of space inside. There are other good alternatives to consider too, however.
The T-Roc is actually based on the same mechanical underpinnings as the Golf and will take up similar space on your driveway. It’s taller, though, which means more space inside and a better view of the road.
We think the T-Roc is a better car than the T-Cross, as it’s better to drive and has more overall space inside. However, it is more expensive and the T-Cross has greater legroom in the back thanks to sliding rear seats.
The Tiguan is larger, with more space inside and a better quality interior, but it’s more expensive again and less stylish to look at than the T-Roc.
VW as a brand has a middling reputation for reliability, often finishing mid-table in independent surveys. The T-Roc itself also hasn’t scored particularly well in such studies, although it should be said that generally the small SUV market is pretty good for reliability, so it’s up against some strong performers.
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