After the Touareg and Tiguan, Volkswagen finally has a small SUV in its lineup, the T-Roc.
Just like most modern vehicles made by the Volkswagen Group, it’s based on the same MQB platform as the Golf, sporting a slightly smaller footprint than the Nissan Qashqai.
On paper, the new Volkswagen T-Roc promises to be a roomier alternative to the ever popular Golf. And indeed, it has decent head and legroom on the rear bench, and plenty of storage spaces inside, along with a good luggage capacity.
However, it appears that the brand’s newest SUV uses some cheap plastics om the cabin. According to the reviews shared below, the T-Roc’s hard plastics found on the top of the dashboard and doors, won’t earn it any fans. In fact, their quality is even worse than what you’d get in a smaller and cheaper VW Polo.
To enjoy a sat-nav and digital instrument cluster means going for the range-topping model, which puts it dangerously close to the larger Tiguan.
When it comes to the Tiguan, the T-Roc has another flaw, as it’s not as good as its larger sibling on the road. For more details, check the video reviews below.