Volkswagen has refreshed its Scirocco range for Spring with a price drop on its entry level model and new specification additions.
Every model in the range now comes with RNS 315 touchscreen satellite navigation, including the entry-level Scirocco, the price of which drops by between £420 and £600, depending on engine.
Also now standard are a multifunction steering wheel and 17-inch ‘Long Beach’ alloys, while adaptive chassis control (ACC) is now optional.
Move up to GT trim and Nappa leather upholstery is now standard, along with heated front seats.
Also standard are ACC, 2Zone electronic climate control, front fog lights, heat-insulating tinted glass from the B-pillars back and 18-inch ‘Interlagos’ alloy wheels.
The new R Line builds on GT specification, but adds a new bodykit, with bespoke bumpers and side skirts, and 19-inch ‘Lugano’ alloy wheels. Interior additions include Nappa leather R Line sports seats, an R Line wheel and chrome pedal covers.
At the top of the range, the Scirocco R offers the same performance as before with its 263bhp 2.0-litre TSI engine, while RNS 315 satellite navigation and Nappa leather upholstery are now also standard.
The refreshed Scirocco range is on sale now with priced between £19,650 and £31,975.