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2020 Volkswagen T-Cross
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2020 Volkswagen T-Cross Pricing and Specs

Price Guide

The Volkswagen T-Cross 2020 prices range from $27,929 for the basic trim level SUV T-Cross 85TSI Life to $39,990 for the top of the range Wagon T-Cross 85TSI Style.

The Volkswagen T-Cross 2020 comes in SUV and Wagon.

The Volkswagen T-Cross 2020 is available in Premium Unleaded Petrol.

When we reviewed the ‘price and features’ of the T-Cross 2020, Matt Campbell gave it a rating of 8 out of 10. Find out more in the full review here.

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Volkswagen T-Cross Models SPECS PRICE
85TSI Life 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $21,200 – 28,820
85TSI Style 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $23,500 – 31,900


Volkswagen T-Cross Models SPECS PRICE
85TSI Life 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic No recent listings
85TSI Style 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic No recent listings

Volkswagen T-Cross 2020 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Volkswagen here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • What can I do if my recently purchased used car has blown up?

    ACT law requires a licensed used-car dealer to offer a warranty of three months or 5000km warranty on used passenger vehicles which are less than 10 years old or have travelled less than 160,000km. So regardless of the mileage your car has covered, it’s already 12 years old if you bought it last year. Unfortunately, that really means you’re not covered and the car-yard you bought it from has – on the surface – no legal obligation to compensate you whatsoever.

    Australian Consumer Law can over-ride state and territory warranty laws, but this might only apply if you could prove that the vehicle was of unmerchantable quality, not fit for purpose or had existing faults that weren’t disclosed to you at the time of purchase. None of this would be easy to prove after eight months of ownership. You could elect to have the car independently inspected to determine the cause of the failure, but even this may not be conclusive. You’d also need to be able to prove that you maintained and serviced the car correctly for the time you’ve owned it. The first step would be to contact the car-yard and ask for help on a goodwill basis. I wouldn’t be holding my breath, however.

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  • Should I buy a 2021 Hyundai Kona or 2021 VW T-Roc?

    Volkswagen’s latest cars are lovely to drive but it’s true; many mechanics (and plenty of owners) are wary of the brand’s recent reputation for reliability. But if you’re buying a brand-new or nearly new example, then the factory warranty will be some peace of mind. The safest bet right now, is something Japanese or South Korean, and that includes the Hyundai you’re looking at as well as the equivalent offerings from Kia. Both these brands have enviable reputations for durability and both come with terrific factory warranties.

    Volkswagen’s current high-tech turbocharged engines are very entertaining to drive as well as being frugal in all situations, but, in reality, any current model mid-sized SUV is more than capable of delivering you interstate in comfort and safety as well as offering low running costs. Bear in mind you may have to pay extra for the top-shelf model if you want all the latest safety and convenience technology.

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  • Why do I get an error message when I connect the nav in my 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan?

    Your car’s sat-nav should be taking its data from an SD card that’s inserted in a slot inside the glove-box. So, the first thing to check is that the SD card is seated in the slot correctly. But there have been cases where the VW’s software seems to have a light-headed moment and loses the plot (it happens on plenty of other brands, too). One thing you can try is to press the on-off button for the infotainment screen and hold it down for at least 15 seconds. Sometimes, that will actually reboot the system and everything will come to life again, including the sat-nav.

    Failing that, it’s a trip to the dealership to have the experts fix it. It may turn out that your data card or the software in the car needs an upgrade, which the dealership should be able to sort out for you.

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