The fresh 2017 Vauxhall Crossland X offers a more practical turn in Vauxhall’s ascending SUV line-up, and finds itself underneath the Mokka X.
Vauxhall’s newly disclosed Crossland X SUV is currently on sale, priced from £16,555. The line-up offers customers five engine choices – two diesels and three petrols in addition to five different trim levels. Potential customers expect first deliveries to take place already this summer.
The 2017 Vauxhall Crossland X is expected to bebome the Luton brand’s smallest vehicle in its ‘X’ crossover as well as SUV sub-brand. It occupies the position below the current Mokka X in terms of price and size, and next year it’s going to be joined by the larger Renault Kadjar next year.
As it’s joining the line-up just to substitute the ageing Meriva MPV, the new vehicle has been depicted by Vauxhall bosses as a CUV rather than a SUV – at least, it’s clearly reflected in the design.
As the car maker informs, customers will have to shell out up to £16,555 for the car.