Specs and prices announced for revised Vauxhall Crossland
04 November 2020
Author: Sean Keywood
Vauxhall has confirmed UK specs and prices for the updated version of its Crossland small SUV.
The new look model - which has seen the X dropped from its name - is available with six equipment grades - SE, SE Nav Premium, SRi Nav, Elite, Elite Nav, and Ultimate Nav.
Standard equipment with entry-level SE cars includes automatic LED headlights, a 7in touchscreen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, lane departure warning, and speed sign recognition.
Further equipment with SE Nav Premium includes front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, LED fog lights, an ergonomic driver's seat, and an 8in touchscreen with sat-nav.
The SRi Nav grade features 17in alloy wheels, contrasting roof colours, alloy-effect skid plates, and dark tinted rear windows.
The Elite grade comes with leather seat trim, heated front seats, and a heated steering wheel, while Elite Nav adds wireless phone charging and a 180-degree panoramic reversing camera, along with the sat-nav system.
Further features with the Ultimate equipment grade include alcantara seat trim, keyless entry and start, and silver roof rails.
Engine options are 83hp, 110hp and 130hp petrols, and 110hp and 120hp diesels.
Provisional CO2 emissions figures are 139g/km with the 83hp petrol, 138g/km with the 110hp petrol, 137g/km with the 130hp petrol and a manual gearbox, 143g/km with a 140hp petrol auto, 126g/km with the 110hp diesel, and 136g/km with the 120hp diesel, the latter engine coming with automatic transmission as standard.
Prices for the revised Crossland range start at £19,060 for an 83hp petrol SE, and rise as high as £27,490 for a 120hp diesel Elite Nav.
Orders for the revised Crossland are now open, with the first deliveries expected early next year.