2020 Volkswagen T-Roc Owner's Manual

2020 Volkswagen T-Roc Owner's Manual
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The Volkswagen T-Roc, like any modern Volkswagen, has several electronic assistants aimed at the comfort and safety of the trip. For example, they will help to avoid collisions or other troubles on the road, and will also allow you to conveniently keep the optimal speed on the road.

Engines

Various types of engines are installed on the Volkswagen T-Roc:
• Gasoline turbocharged 1.0 liters = 110 horsepower;
• Gasoline turbocharged 1.5 liters = 150 horsepower;
• Gasoline turbocharged 2.0 liters = 190 horsepower;
• Diesel 2.0 liters of 115 and 150 horsepower.

The gearbox is a 7-speed automatic DSG.

Main competitors

The Volkswagen T-Roc car has the following car industry models as its closest competitors: Mazda CX-30, BMW X2, Jeep Renegade.

In this manual

– There is a fault in the system if all the displays on the instrument cluster for the selector lever positions have a light background. The DSG® dual clutch gearbox is running in an emergency programme.

– Vehicles without starter button: as soon as the vehicle key is removed from the ignition lock.

– Never allow the wheels to spin for long periods as this will cause the vehicle to sink deeper

– If the electronic parking brake has not been used for a long period, the system will carry out occasional automatic and audible checks when the vehicle is parked.

– The system displays the orientation lines irrespective of the area surrounding the vehicle. There is no automatic obstacle detection.

– The automatic braking intervention is ended after approximately 1.5 seconds. Depress the brake pedal of the vehicle yourself following the automatic braking intervention

– Suitable lashing, retaining or securing straps and luggage securing systems are available from qualified workshops. Volkswagen recommends using a Volkswagen dealership for this purpose

– Fuels can pollute the environment. Collect any service fluids that escape or are spilled and dispose of them correctly

– If you notice misfiring, loss of power or uneven running when driving, reduce speed immediately and have the vehicle checked by a qualified workshop ⇒ Troubleshooting

– The table shows the fuse locations of the electrical consumers relevant for the driver. The first column in the table contains the location. The other columns contain the fuse type, the amp rating and the consumer protected by the fuse

– With the engine at operating temperature, park the vehicle on a level surface to ensure that the engine oil reading is correct

– The Tyre Pressure Loss Indicator must be re-synchronised each time one or more wheels is changed

– Crank up the jack until it just fits under the jacking point of the vehicle.

– Wash the vehicle only in specially designated washing areas. This prevents any waste water contaminated with oil from entering the sewerage system

– The vehicle data sticker and the official vehicle documents show which engine is installed in your vehicle

– If there is a fault in the vehicle or trailer electrical systems or in the anti-theft alarm, have the vehicle checked by a qualified workshop

– This symbol is also visible when the ignition is switched off and will go out a few seconds after the vehicle has been locked when all doors are closed

– New tyres must be run in as they initially have reduced grip and braking efficiency.

– When the TCS is switched off, the yellow indicator lamp lights up on the instrument cluster display.