Simplified range line-up announced for Vauxhall Grandland, Crossland, and Insignia
09 February 2022
Author: Sean Keywood
Vauxhall has introduced a new, simplified line-up for its Grandland and Crossland SUV and Insignia upper-medium car ranges.
The Grandland and Crossland are now available with Design, GS Line, and Ultimate equipment grades, while the Insignia is available with Design and GS Line grades.
Standard equipment with the Grandland Design includes 17in alloy wheels, a 7in colour touchscreen, Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, dual-zone climate control, lane departure warning, speed sign recognition, lane assist, and automatic emergency braking.
Stepping up to the GS Line grade adds features including black exterior detailing, 18in alloy wheels, dark tinted rear windows, alloy-effect skid plates, LED headlights, LED tail lights and DRLs, a 10in infotainment touchscreen, a 12in digital instrument cluster, and sat-nav.
Features of the Ultimate grade include 19in alloys, LED pixel headlights, body-coloured exterior detailing, Alcantara upholstery, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, blind spot assist, highway integration assist, and lane positioning assist.
Prices for the Grandland Design start at £25,810, while the GS Line grade starts at £28,070 and Ultimate at £31,570.
Features of the entry-level Crossland Design include 16in alloy wheels, a 7in touchscreen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, driver drowsiness alert, forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and speed sign recognition.
The Crossland GS Line comes with features including black exterior detailing, 17in alloys, dark tinted rear windows, an 8in touchscreen with sat-nav, and dual-zone climate control.
Features of the Crossland Ultimate include 19in alloys, LED headlights, body-coloured exterior detailing, Alcantara seats, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a panoramic rear-view camera, forward collision alert, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.
Prices, which Vauxhall says have been reduced by up to £2,430 compared with the previous line-up, start at £18,415 for a Crossland Design. Prices for the GS Line start at £20,840, and for Ultimate at £24,515.
Standard equipment with the Insignia Design includes 18in alloy wheels, an 8in touchscreen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, and dual-zone climate control, while the Insignia GS Line features 20in alloys, Alcantara trim, ergonomic active sports front seats, and wireless charging.
Prices for the Insignia Design start at £30,720, while GS Line starts at £33,975.
The revised ranges are available to order now.