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Volkswagen Scirocco One Minute Test

Date: 22 January 2015

Engine as tested: 2.0 TDI GT 150
Price as tested: £25,250

The facelifted 2015 model has been given a 10hp boost in power and there's also a new dash with a turbo dial, which flicks up each time the boost delivers a kick higher up the revs.

Why is it interesting?

The Volkswagen Scirocco plays in a niche market and there aren't really any direct rivals. While the Peugeot RCZ is more of an out-and-out coupe, the Scirocco is understated enough to make it look like you're not trying to show off, while still exciting enough to make its appeal greater than just a run-of-the-mill Golf.

How are the running costs?

The Scirocco beats the RCZ, Mini Paceman and Vauxhall Astra GTC for CPM at 53.0p and it's cheaper for monthly BIK payments than all of those, too, at £72 thanks to a CO2 output of just 109g/km.

Any other business?

The Scirocco comes with all the benefits from VW's lower medium Golf, with bulletproof build quality and Bluemotion tech. There's also a tightness to the steering set-up and a poise on the road that makes the Scirocco the best VW to drive in the brand's line-up.


A class leader in every area for the coupe segment