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Auto Express have driven the VW T-Cross in pre-production form, and from what they report the baby SUV is shaping up to be a real winner.

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If this early pre-production drive is anything to go by, VW's baby SUV has the potential to be a true class act. Clever and spacious on the inside, and more than good enough dynamically, it could be hard to beat when it goes on sale next spring.

There will be four trim levels: S, SE, SE L and R-Line. VW has yet to set definite UK prices, but the entry-level S with the least powerful petrol motor will start at around £17,000. That's a £3,000 premium over the cheapest Polo.

On the move the T-Cross rides extremely well and steers with a light, accurate precision. It doesn't roll as much as you'd think for a car so tall, and again its chassis has a grown-up refinement to it that belies the small SUV's price tag. The T-Cross seems to drive more than well enough for a car in this class, then, even if it is never going to excite an enthusiast.

Where the VW scores most strongly in relation to its competition is on cabin feel, although good practicality and upmarket option packages should help it further stand out from the crowd.
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