In addition to its design and its compact size, this family SUV – cousin of the Audi Q2 – enjoys excellent driving pleasure.
Since 2017, from €17,000
Freshly restyled, this cousin of the Audi Q2, which is located within the range of Volkswagen SUVs between the T-Cross and the Tiguan, is a great success. In addition to its successful design and its compact size (4.23 m) giving it real city-road versatility, it offers a great driving pleasure combining excellent ergonomics, soft controls and behavior that is both rigorous and agile, based on the Golf 7, further optimized on the most powerful versions by 4Motion all-wheel drive. If its trunk is large (445 liters), the rear habitability is slightly lower than that of the Golf and if the finish is neat, some plastics are of any quality. On the motorization side, we will favor the 1.5 TSi 150 ch essence to the more modest 3-cylinder 1.0 115 hp, especially when associated with the efficient DSG7 robotic gearbox. the diesel 1.6 TDi 115 ch combines vigor and sobriety.
Good reliability despite some problems with some mechanics and transmissions.
- 1.5 TSi engine : small oil leak at the turbo; malfunction of the pollution indicator (gas sender).
- Gearboxes : DSG7: malfunctions (pump control, computer to be reprogrammed or mechatronics); bvm6: possible crackles (3/4th synchro).
- air conditioning : refusal to make cold (hose seal rings).
Examples of announcements
1.5 TSi 150 Evo Lounge 2018 57 000 km 19 300 €
1.6 TDi 115 Lounge 2019 41 000 km 19 400 €
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