Volkswagen T-Cross Oil Type

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Volkswagen T-Cross

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You can find 15 different trims for the Volkswagen T-Cross and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2018 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The T-Cross first made its debut in 2018. Its release should have come as no surprise given the popularity of Volkswagen’s SUVs, as well as subcompact crossovers.

Only a single generation of the model has been released so far.

It currently sits near the bottom of the VW SUV lineup. This puts it next to the Taigo/Nivius and beneath the T-Roc. This makes sense given the T-Cross is essentially a taller version of the VW Polo.

It is also currently sold as the VW Tacqua for the Chinese market. This version was unveiled in 2019.

Because the model is sold across most of the international markets, like most Volkswagens, the trim options vary accordingly. The most common include the S, SE, SEL, and finally the premium R-Line. These are occasionally changed to Comfort, Comfortline, and R-Line.

Competition in the subcompact class has become very intense in recent years. This has resulted in the T-Cross facing formidable rivals like the Ford Puma, Peugeot 2008, and Renault Captur.

Engines for the T-Cross have consisted of multiple petrol options and a single diesel. Petrol versions range from the smallest 1.0 L inline-3 through to the largest 1.6 L inline-4. The only diesel engine is a 1.6 L inline-4.

These have been coupled with a 5-speed or 6-speed manual gearbox, a 6-speed automatic, or a 7-speed DSG.

VW has reported that the T-Cross is becoming more popular, requiring increased global production. This means that it is more than likely an electrified version will make its debut soon enough.