Europe is Volkswagen’s engine room. It’s the biggest car-maker there by quite some margin and it’s not looking to get any smaller than Dieselgate made it, so here comes the T-Roc.
Built off the Golf’s core architecture, the T-Roc is sharp where the more family-oriented Tiguan is dully competent, agile where its big brother is stolid and it pays almost nothing in terms of ride quality.
Its interior is feisty and fun, though the eggshell-hard dashboard plastic is both unbecoming and not very Volkswagen in the way it sounds and feels.
There’s plenty of interior tech, including a new digital instrument cluster that swaps jobs back and forth with the 8.0-inch infotainment touch-screen in the dash.
The seats are higher quality than the dash, fortunately, and the touch-screen works beautifully, linking MirrorLink and Apple CarPlay with an inductive charging pad and a healthy rear seat shape and space.
The car’s interior is big enough for a young family, and includes a powered liftback, and is a superbly rounded machine.
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