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Sitting underneath the popular Mokka X, the all-new Crossland X strengthens the SUV range bringing to it this compact, city focused family SUV. Find out more about the latest addition here as Evans Halshaw reviews the Vauxhall Crossland X.

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The New Vauxhall Crossland X is a mid-range SUV designed for busy families. Some days you fall out of bed just in time to get the kids to school. At such times style is the last thing on your mind. Never fear the Crossland X has all of the style and presence you could ever need.

Featuring the new shape Imperial front-grille the New Crossland X is both imposing and accessible. An Adam-esque treatment of the roof makes for an interesting design feature, with the option to choose two-tone body colouring. The striking 17-inch alloy wheels are chunky and give strong confident stance to the New Crossland X. Offering practical loading space the Crossland X boasts a massive 1255-Litre boot capacity (with rear seats folded down).

Equipped with all-wheel drive the New Crossland X, has great stability. Torque-vectoring providing the right amount of thrust to each wheel to maximise grip in slippery conditions.

The panoramic 360° rear view camera makes for easy reversing in a hurry. Head-up Display helps you to stay informed on the important things whilst maintaining focus on the road ahead. Touchscreen infotainment system with voice activation means you can control music and navigation on the move.  The award-winning Vauxhall OnStar system combines with Intellilux 5.0 to keep you safe by automatically alerting emergency services if you are involved in a collision.

Whilst the Crossland X is the smallest of Vauxhall’s SUV range, it is still generous in its provision of boot space and leg room. Supplied with Front wheel drive the New Crossland X is available with either a petrol or diesel engine. The petrol variant has a three-cylinder 1.2-litre engine and is capable of producing 128bhp. The standard model is supplied with a six-speed manual gearbox. The diesel engine is available up to 1.6-litres.

Auto Start/Stop and electric power steering and useful features making handling this car a breeze. Active torque-vectoring provides extra grip to the appropriate wheel automatically when cornering or turning out of a side road so that you have the grip exactly where you need it.

Evans Halshaw Vauxhall