Volkswagen Philippines has officially launched its globally recognized subcompact SUV and to add to the excitement, the company has initiated the #TCrossTrendspotting social media campaign. The activity encourages the public to post as many photos of their random T-Cross sightings on the road, at the dealers, or in any location, to VW’s social media pages. The posts should include their first impressions of the vehicle, along with the hashtag #TCrossTrendspotting and #MoreThan1Thing. Five winners will be chosen from all submissions to receive an entertainment gadget. The activity runs from May 26 to June 30, 2021.
The Volkswagen T-Cross is a picture-perfect subject, with its trendy design and youthful interior layout. With the longest wheelbase in its class (5-seater subcompact SUV), the T-Cross offers a spacious, versatile 5-seater cabin that can provide up to 1,319 liters of cargo space. The T-Cross provides above-industry-standard protection by virtue of the vehicle’s strong body structure, electronic stabilization program (ESP), cruise control, tire pressure monitoring system, and rear park distance control (PDC), with additional LED headlights, 6 airbags, rear camera, and autonomous emergency braking (AEB) for the SE variant.
Powering both the 180 MPI AT S and the 180 MPI AT SE variants is a Euro6 emission standard 1.5-liter engine that is paired with a 6-speed Tiptronic AT. This combination promises optimal fuel efficiency and satisfying power for both city and countryside drives.
The T-Cross is now available at Volkswagen dealerships in Luzon and will be in Visayas and Mindanao dealerships beginning June 4, 2021. The introductory price for the T-Cross 180 MPI S is PHP 1,068,000, while the 180 MPI SE is pegged at PHP 1,168,000 until June 30, 2021.