Prices of the Volkswagen T-Cross light SUV and T-Roc small SUV have risen for the new year, with increases of $400 to $500 across selected variants of their respective ranges.
The entire two-strong T-Cross line-up is now $400 more expensive, with prices now kicking off from $28,390 plus on-road costs for the entry-level 85TSI Life, and $31,390 before on-roads for the 85TSI Style.
Meanwhile, the T-Roc 140TSI Sport has risen in price by $500, for a total list price of $40,990 before on-road costs.
The entry-level T-Roc 110TSI Style carries over unchanged into the new year, priced from $33,990 plus on-roads, while the $42,990 140TSI X special edition introduced at the model's launch in 2020 has sold out and subsequently been discontinued.
CarAdvice has contacted Volkswagen Australia for details regarding the reasoning behind the price increase.
For a full breakdown of the vehicles' pricing and standard equipment, click here for our T-Cross specifications story, and here for more details on what's on offer with the T-Roc.