2018 Vauxhall Crossland X Rumors and Review – Not content with already having one car in the flourishing supermini SUV segment, Vauxhall is now starting a second called the Crossland X that will stand side-by-side with its popular Mokka. The Crossland X is the first of two vehicles Vauxhall has developed with Peugeot/Citroen, something both companies were focusing on prior to the French firm agreed to buy Vauxhall.
2018 Vauxhall Crossland X Redesign
These automobiles get a 7-inches color touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, plus Vauxhall’s OnStar suite of connectivity features. Other standard equipment highlights include cruise trip control, dual-zone climate control, automated wipers and equipment and lighting with daytime jogging LED signatures, plus 16-inch alloy wheels.
The interior of the Vauxhall Crossland X offers sculptural design and perfection, with the instrument -panel and center stack horizontally aligned to the drivers for added efficiency. High quality finishes are provided with stainless- accents across the cluster and air vents, as the centrepiece of the interior is the up to eight-inch shade touchscreen.
2018 Vauxhall Crossland X Engine
The Crossland X features diesel and gas engines combined to either a 6-swiftness manual or 6-quickness automatic gearbox. Electricity from the most efficient unit rests at 79 horsepower, while the most powerful fuel engine achieves 128 hp, as the 1.2-litre combined with the six-speed computerized gearbox is equally as powerful (57.3mpg put together; 123g/km CO2). Both engines deliver peak torque of 205Nm at only 1,500rpm, with 95 per cent available up to 3,500 rpm.
2018 Vauxhall Crossland X Release Date and Price
Vauxhall’s new Crossland X SUV is for sale now, charged from 16,555 Euro and with a line-up boasting five engine options – three petrols and two diesels – plus five different cut levels. First deliveries will need place come early July.
New Vauxhall Crossland X