The small crossover segment is ready to receive a new member in the shape of the long-expected Vauxhall Crossland X, which was recently announced officially on the UK market.
Once it will arrive on the market in the second quarter of 2017, the all-new Vauxhall Crossland X will sit below the Mokka model and will become the main competitor of the all-new Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur.
Even if the small crossover doesn’t stand-out from the crowd with a bulk appearance, it does look taller than the rest of its competitors.
This means that it measures 4.21 meters and comes with a much more elevated driving position which gives the driver the impression that he is actually driving a pickup truck than a crossover.
Otherwise, the car`s styling takes its inspirations from other small SUVs within the lineup. However, there are several elements, like full-LED headlamps or new alloy wheels, which separates it from the rest.
Inside, the small crossover comes equipped with the latest technology, highlighted by the Head-up Display, 18-degree panoramic rear view camera, adding as well heated steering wheel and heated windscreen, Keyless open / start and much more.
In safety zone, the Vauxhall Crossland X comes fitted with Forward Collision Alert with Pedestrian Detection, Autonomous Emergency Braking system, Lane Departure Warning, Speed Sign Recognition, Side Blind-Spot Alert, Cruise Control with Speed Limited, Three-level Driver Drownsiness System and so on.
In the engine department, the Vauxhall Crossland X small crossover comes equipped at least with a 1.2-liter turbo, with power ranging between 100 horsepower – 130 horsepower. Full details with the car`s performance will be revealed at a later date.