WHAT CAR? SAYS
The T-roc has previously lost out to the Audi Q2 in range-topping fourwheel-drive diesel form. Fortunately, it makes heaps more sense in entry-level 1.0-litre petrol guise.yes, interior quality remains a disappointment, but VW’S smallest SUV is otherwise a thoroughly recommendable choice.
The Arona runs it close, though.that it’s massively cheaper each month if you’re buying on PCP nance is a big consideration, and it’s also smarter inside, better equipped and a bit more fun to drive. However, it’s also quite a lot noisier, has a smaller boot and will cost private cash buyers more in the long run.
Last place goes to the Kona. It’s way off the pace in this company, being the most cramped inside and the least comfortable on the road.yes, it’s extremely well equipped on the luxury front, but then you have to pay extra for automatic emergency braking, which really should be standard.