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WHAT CAR? Great review of Crossland X


“The Vauxhall Grandland X may be very late to the SUV party, but this is one gathering where
the revellers show no sign of calling it a night,” writes What Car?
Inside, “most people will find it easy enough to get comfortable, because there’s a good range of seat
and steering wheel adjustment, and the pedals are well aligned with the driver’s seat. There’s more
than enough head and leg room to accommodate taller adults and the interior is wide enough to
ensure you and your front passenger won’t bang elbows.” Meanwhile, the boot is “spacious
enough to fit a buggy with ease or a couple of large suitcases. It’s a practical shape as well, with
no awkward intrusions.”
The two engines are “a turbocharged 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.6-litre diesel.” The petrol “produces a
respectable 128hp and feels peppy and eager to rev.” As for the diesel, “it has solid mid-range shove
to pull the Grandland X ably enough, even when it’s fully loaded.”
What Car? concludes that the Grandland X offers a “blend of comfort and practicality.”