Weeks of mild, sunny weather – since April! Cabriolet fans are currently getting their money's worth! So it is lucky that Volkswagen recently launched a new topless experience with the open version of the T-Roc. How about driving to your favorite recreational area in your SUV cabriolet and starting a bike ride from there? No problem – Rameder, Europe's largest supplier for passenger car transport solutions, can add a handy towbar to the open-air T-Roc. This and a matching bike carrier can be found at www.rameder.eu.
The classic VW Golf Cabriolet is history and the open version of the New Beetle – the successor of the original Beetle – is only available as a used car. Not wanting to abandon open air driving fun completely, the engineers in Wolfsburg decided to take the roof off the successful T-Roc SUV. The result is this affordable cabriolet which was rather well received by the trade press. The compact vehicle is definitely suitable for everyday use. And if an unexpected rain shower ruins a good weather forecast, the fabric top can be closed in eleven seconds at the press of a button. Once the rain has passed, it open up again in just nine seconds. The trunk offers an impressive capacity of 284 liters for extended trips, but there is not enough space for bicycles. This is where Rameder comes in.
The German supplier offers a new detachable towbar for the T-Roc Cabriolet, including a 7-pin electrical kit. Now all that is left is to select a suitable bike carrier at www.rameder.eu to get the cabriolet ready for transporting bicycles. The towbar has a vertical load of 80 kg, which is enough for transporting two pedelecs, for example. This T-Roc can now also tow a trailer up to a weight of two tons. That makes the German car the ideal towing vehicle for a caravan. Because good weather, camping and a cabriolet go very well together. To conclude with a song title from the US band Twisted Sister: "I Wanna Roc(k)"!
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