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:lol: Read this today.
I have this model and have enjoyed it for the last 8 months.
Yes the wife loves the ability to enter the car because of the ride height and I don't normally go over 5000 rpm.
Ref chip tune does anyone know where it can carried out in the UK ?
The tester certainly has a downer on the t roc.
Have a look.


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The tester is more than a downer, I think he is a 'FAKE NEWSER' paid by a rival manufacture :evil: . We shall see when sales figures for a full year are released next Spring.

However he's right about the 'seating height', being the main reason I swapped my Mazda3 for a T-roc. My wife, with limited mobility can easily get in and out and is totally chuffed as am I, being
'oldies' :p as referred to by the tester.

Each to his own, the tester is a petrol head but most motorists are not. We just want a stylish economical car and the T- roc fits the bill. :D :D :D
 

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This is more positive and informative as a comparison

 

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I have had my T-Roc for 5 months and love it. If any car tester mentions "scratchy plastics" again I will scream

I do not drive with my fingers running up and down the dashboard or door cards . For me the car does everything I want
This is the first Volkswagen I have had in 50 years of motoring and it is quick and comfortable.

Very pleased

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Has my T-Roc got plasticky dashboard I had not noticed :)
 

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StevieDvd said:
Has my T-Roc got plasticky dashboard I had not noticed :)
Nor had I, not even any 'Creeking' noises from it :mrgreen:
 
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