Vauxhall Corsa-E and Crossland Griffin variants launched
26 July 2021
Author: Sean Keywood
Vauxhall has made its Corsa-E electric supermini and Crossland small SUV available with the Griffin equipment grade.
Standard equipment with the Corsa-E Griffin, which sits above the SE Nav Premium grade in the range, includes autonomous emergency braking and lane departure warning with lane keep assist, speed sign recognition and forward collision alert, driver drowsiness detection, a 7in touchscreen with sat-nav, Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, a 7in digital instrument cluster, heated front seats and steering wheel, automatic lights and wipers, 17in bi-colour alloy wheels, dark tinted rear windows, and LED front fog lights.
Standard features of the Crossland Griffin, which sits above the SE grade in the range, include a 7in screen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, heated front seats and steering wheel, ambient interior lighting, automatic LED lights and wipers, lane departure warning, speed sign recognition, 17in black alloy wheels, black door mirrors, a contrasting colour roof, and chrome-effect upper window mouldings.
Prices for the Corsa-E Griffin, including the UK Government's Plug-In Car Grant, start at £26,390. The model is available with a free home charger and an energy credit equivalent to 30,000 miles of driving range, through a partnership with British Gas.
Prices for the Crossland Griffin start at £17,555 for a 1.2-litre petrol model - a 1.5-litre diesel version is also available.