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Vauxhall Grandland X SUV revealed: New SUV goes on sale end of 2017

Vauxhall Grandland X SUV revealed! 

We have all the details of Vauxhall’s new Grandland X SUV revealed ahead of the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show; and set to become the newest member of the Vauxhall X Range.

Vauxhall Grandland X SUV

The Grandland X SUV is the newest and third member of Vauxhall’s “X” family – joining with the smaller Mokka X and Crossland X; and is 4.48 metres long making it the largest X family SUV in the range.

Here, we have compared the dimension details of the new Grandland X SUV with its X members -

 

 Information

Grandland X SUV

Crossland X

Mokka X

Height

1,636 mm

1,597 mm

1,658 mm

Width

1,844 mm

1,742 mm

1,780 mm

Wheelbase

2,675 mm

2,604 mm

2,555 mm

Length

4,477 mm

4,212 mm

4,275 mm

Boot space (seats up)

514 litres

410 litres

356 litres

Boot space (seats folded)

1,652 litres

1,255 litres

1,305 litres

 

The Grandland X SUV features a sporty, off-road look and is a five-seater small SUV aimed at rivals such as the Seat Ateca, Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Tiguan. The Grandland X SUV is set to make its public debut at the Frankfurt motor show in September. Due to its 1.6 metres height, the car provides all-round visibility for both the driver and passengers itself.

What’s new and advance features on the new Vauxhall Grandland X SUV?

Looking at the design and styling wise, there is not much visible difference we can find between the Crossland and Grandland X SUV apart from its dimensions. Also, the Grandland X borrows many of the engines and underpinnings from the larger Peugeot 3008. The main engines details are still yet to be announced. In terms of boot space, the Grandland X beats its rivals and will be one of the key cars in the SUV range.

It’s called a small SUV but the interior is spacious enough to carry five passengers and their luggage very comfortably. It also offers modern industry technology features and includes Vauxhall’s IntelliLink infotainment system as well as the connected OnStar service, which lets you search for parking space or even a hotel booking. There will be five different driving modes to choose depending on the road surface.

The Grandland X also highlights the ultra-modern assistance and comfort features include adaptive cruise control, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, driver drowsiness alert, advanced park assist and many more…                                                                                    

The final specification along with pricing details in the UK is yet to be announced. The Grandland X SUV will go arrive onto the UK market after its Frankfurt motor show debut.

Here is the Vauxhall Grandland X SUV video from WhatCar:

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