Used Volkswagen T-Cross cars

The Volkswagen T-Cross is a compact SUV that’s small and cost-effective but practical and stylish. We have a range of used VW T-Cross cars for sale that are available to purchase or finance.

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £13,750. Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


Fixed rate of interest
4.6%
48 monthly payments
£243.98
Total amount payable
£16,767.04
Cost of credit
£3,017.04
Optional final payment
£4,056.00
Annual mileage limit
10,000 miles
Excess mileage charge
4p/mile

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  1. Finance representative example (PCP)

    Total cash price £13,750. Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest
    4.6%
    48 monthly payments
    £243.98
    Total amount payable
    £16,767.04
    Cost of credit
    £3,017.04
    Optional final payment
    £4,056.00
    Annual mileage limit
    10,000 miles
    Excess mileage charge
    4p/mile

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Why buy the Volkswagen T-Cross?

The Volkswagen T-Cross SUV gives you as much space as many mid-size family hatchbacks, packaged into a car the size of a supermini. That could make it ideal if you need the space but want a smaller car. It’s smooth, quiet and comfortable to drive – as at home on motorways as it is in town. The interior doesn’t quite have the premium feel you might expect of a Volkswagen, but you get plenty of equipment as standard.

Volkswagen T-Cross range and updates

The T-Cross was launched in 2019 as a brand new model line. It’s a practical, five-door SUV with two doors on each side and a lift-up boot lid. ‘TSI’ petrol and ‘TDI’ diesel engines are available; even the least powerful options give good acceleration in what is a small, light car. Some models have an automatic gearbox but four-wheel drive isn’t available. There are no hybrid or electric power options, either.

There are four trim levels to choose from – S, SE, SEL and R-Line. The more letters, the more equipment you get. The range-topping R-Line has sporty-looking wheels and bumpers. There are a couple of special-edition models, including the high-spec First Edition.

Volkswagen T-Cross tech and features

All T-Cross models have a touchscreen infotainment display with Bluetooth connectivity, DAB radio and a USB port. You also get access to the Volkswagen Connect smartphone app, which shows useful information about your car including its location, which could be very useful in a busy car park.

The entry-level T-Cross S has air con and electric front windows. Step up to the SE and you get adaptive cruise control and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility. The SEL upgrades to climate control and built-in satnav. The R-Line adds a digital driver’s display to the SEL’s equipment.

Volkswagen T-Cross running costs and value

According to official figures, T-Cross models with petrol engines give average fuel economy of 43-48mpg, while the diesel can give 54mpg. That’s about the average for this type of car. Road tax and insurance costs are low.

The T-Cross costs a bit more to buy than some of its rivals, but it’s a very well made car from a desirable brand. 

Volkswagen T-Cross vs rivals

T-Cross rivals include the Ford Puma, Nissan Juke and Skoda Kamiq, among many other small SUVs. The T-Cross isn’t as much fun to drive as the Puma or as spacious as the Kamiq but it’s a well-rounded car that gives you more space and practicality than a supermini, high-tech equipment and a desirable brand name.

Volkswagen T-Cross common questions