The countdown to the release of the new Crossland X SUV has truly begun, after it was finally revealed this week.
Having initially announced the newcomer to the Vauxhall range towards the end of 2016, we’re sure you’ll agree that the short wait was worthwhile.
Described by Vauxhall as a CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle) rather than an SUV, the Crossland X is crisp and compact on the outside and spacious and flexible on the inside. With its Tardis-like cabin offering an abundance of practicality and flexibility, is undoubtedly a family-focussed car.
In addition its interior practicality, the Crossland X will also offer greater convenience while driving. More compact than the Mokka X, and shorter than the Astra Hatch, there’ll be greater convenience while driving and manoeuvring in towns and cities. Moreover, an elevated seating position and an overall height (ten centimetres above the Astra) adds to the Crossland X’s urban appeal.
Design & Comfort
A true urban crossover, the Crossland X delivers bold design features in a compact, balanced package. Also, like the ADAM, customers can order a different colour for the roof, allowing them to put their own stamp on the vehicle. On the inside, as well as the exterior, the Crossland X offers excellent design and attention to detail. It boasts high quality finishes, chrome accents, and features an up to eight-inch colour touchscreen embedded in the centrepiece.