This is how much the Volkswagen T-Cross will cost in SA

Image: Wheels24 / Sergio Davids
Image: Wheels24 / Sergio Davids

Volkswagen South Africa announced orders for its upcoming T-Cross SUV will open on July 15 2019, the public can access a pre-booking process on the VWSA website.

Two models will be available from launch in September this year with prices starting at R334 600 for the 1.0 TSI 85kW Comfortline DSG model and R365 000 for the same model albeit in Highline specification. 

Earlier this year, Wheels24 drove the T-Cross at its international launch in Spain and was impressed by the Polo-sized SUV, read our impression here

Arrives in September 2019

Further models will be added to the range in the form of a 1.0 TSI with 70kW mated to a five-speed manual transmission arrives in the second quarter of 2020 and will be priced R300 000 for the Trendline derivative, while the flagship 1.5 TSI with 110kW (7-spee DSG) arrives in the first quarter of 2020. 

VWSA also announced that from launch the T-Cross will be available with the automaker's VW Connect dataplug.

The dataplug is an easy ‘‘Plug and Play‘‘ retrofit car connectivity solution which has countless benefits for Volkswagen customers. Read more about it here. 

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