Following its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, Vauxhall’s new Crossland X is now on sale with first customer deliveries due this summer.
£16,555 gets you the into the entry-level SE model, powered by a 1.2i (81PS) petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission which returns 54.3mpg combined and CO2 emissions of 116g/km.
The Crossland X range includes SE, SE Nav, Techline Nav, Elite and Elite Nav model trims. Available with several 1.2i-litre petrol engines, the Crossland X offers a choice of five-speed or six-speed manual transmissions, or a six-speed automatic gearbox. The 1.2i S/S (130PS), with six-speed manual transmission, is available from £18,290 OTR in Tech Line Nav trim.
For drivers preferring a diesel engine, the 1.6 Turbo D ECOTEC S/S (99PS) with manual transmission is the most economical in the range, with CO2 emissions of 93g/km. Starting in SE trim from £18,715 OTR, this powerplant is available on all trim levels. A more powerful 1.6 Turbo D S/S (120PS) engine is also available that, when coupled with a six-speed manual gearbox, has CO2 emissions of 105g/km. This is priced from £19,575 OTR in Techline Nav specification.
Safety innovations on board include a 180-degree Panoramic Rear-View Camera, Advanced Park Assist, Forward Collision Alert with Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Speed Sign Recognition and Side Blind Spot Alert, among others.
The top of the range model is the six-speed manual 1.6CDTi (120PS) S/S diesel in Elite Nav trim, available from £21,380 on-the-road.
First customer deliveries of the Crossland X are set to begin this summer.