The Crossland X joins Vauxhall’s SUV range, offering a variety of practical features and plenty of space, and making it an ideal car for growing families. There’s a choice of five different engines and six trim levels, allowing you to configure the car to suit your driving needs.
The Crossland X proves that family cars don’t have to look boring and the distinctive two-tone roof means this car really stands out from the crowd. Its bold, rugged design with big headlights, roof rails, and strong bumpers make it look like it’s ready to take on anything. While it may have the style of a 4x4, the smart shape has been designed to maximise the space, so you might be surprised that you can fit into those tight parking spaces.
A mix of sophisticated materials, chrome finishing and a simple dashboard layout creates a luxury feel in the cabin. An elevated seating position means that everyone enjoys a great view and there’s plenty of head and legroom for adults and comfortable space in the back for children.
There’s a generous 520 litres of flexible space in the back, which should be enough to meet most of life’s transport needs. On some trim levels, you even get a height-adjustable boot floor to make loading even easier. If you need a bit more flexibility, then the seats can either be slid forward or even folded away to provide an incredible 1255 litres of space.
The Crossland X features a range of innovations to make driving more comfortable, safer and better connected. A 180-degree panoramic rear-view camera ensures that you are always aware of your surroundings and advanced park assist makes getting into those spaces simple.
Safety features include forward collision alert, pedestrian alert, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition and blind-spot alert – all of which has earned the Crossland X the maximum five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.
Vauxhall’s OnStar personal assistant system ensures you stay connected wherever your journey takes you, with help just a button push away if you need it. You can connect your phones and multimedia with Apple Carplay and Android Auto and control them through the colour touchscreen. The head-up display ensures that the driver always gets important information when they need it. There’s also the option for a Wi-Fi hotspot to keep everyone entertained on long journeys.
The range begins with the SE, which includes Bluetooth connectivity, DAB radio, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, seven-inch touchscreen and 16-inch alloys. The SE Nav adds a larger touchscreen as well as voice control, sat nav and a driver’s armrest.
Tech Line Nav adds parking sensors, flex floor, different wheels and a distinct change in look with the two-tone roof and tinted rear windows. Elite adds bigger alloy wheels, protective skid plates and chrome finishing on the exterior while top of the range Elite Nav compliments this with the same additional equipment added as the SE Nav trim.
The Ultimate edition gives you everything you could possibly want, with all optional extras. Highlights include wireless charging, premium LED lighting and silver-effect roof rails.
There are five engines to choose from: three 1.2-litre petrol engines and two 1.6-litre turbocharged diesels. The entry-level petrol engine offers 81PS and an efficient 54.3mpg. The top of line 1.2 Turbo petrol engine delivers 130PS and goes from 0–60 in an impressive 9.1 seconds up to a maximum speed of 128mph.
The most economical engine in the range is the 1.6-litre Turbo D with CO2 emissions of just 93g/km. If you’re looking for a more powerful diesel, the 1.6DS/S offers 120PS and CO2 emissions of just 105g/km.
Prices start from just £16,140.*
*Prices correct at time of publication.