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The Volkswagen T-Cross, which was previously VES-neutral (Band B), has now been reclassified into Band A2, which qualifies it for a VES rebate.

08 Dec 2022 | Local News : Singapore

Volkswagen's smallest crossover, the T-Cross, is now cleaner and less expensive.

The model, which arrived here in late-2020, was initially in Band B, the VES-neutral classification. It did not qualify for any rebates or surcharges.

The T-Cross' turbocharged 1.0-litre still produces 114bhp and 200Nm of torque, and can average 18.5km/L
According to VW, the most recent test results has allowed the car to be reclassified in Band A2. Vehicles in the A2 band qualify for a $15,000 VES rebate. A Volkswagen spokesperson said that the price of the T-Cross 'will be readjusted to reflect this'.

Following the conclusion of yesterday's (7 December) COE bidding, the T-Cross currently retails for $152,400, or $13,000 less prior to its reclassification, according to the latest pricelist published by VW. 

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