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New Grandland SUV from Vauxhall

03rd Mar 2022

By Chris Russon

Vauxhall Grandland Exterior Front Vauxhall Grandland Interior Vauxhall Grandland Charging
Vauxhall Grandland Exterior Front Vauxhall Grandland Interior Vauxhall Grandland Charging

A new Vauxhall Grandland has been revealed, bringing the large SUV right up to date with design cues taken from its smaller Mokka model.

Priced from £25,810 for a 1.2-litre version in Design trim, the 11 model range tops out at £37,375 for a plug-in hybrid in Ultimate specification.

The new Grandland is available with petrol, diesel and plug-in powertrains as Vauxhall continues its electrification strategy with the Hybrid-e capable of up to 39 miles of all-electric driving.

Emissions on the PHEV are down to 31g/km while the 1.5-litre diesel is rated as low as 133g/km with the petrol at 139g/km.

That equates to 211mpg for the hybrid, 54.3mpg for the diesel and 45.6mpg for the petrol.

Recharging the plug-in can be done in less than two hours from a 7.4kW charger or under six hours from a domestic supply.

The diesel Grandland is auto only and priced from £28,310 while automatic versions of the 1.2-litre petrol are also available priced from £27,310.

As with the new-look Mokka, the Grandland now gets Vauxhall’s Vizor nose with a single panel across the front of the vehicle, while inside it's fitted with Pure Panel instrumentation with a double screen display controlling most functions.

A new feature is a night vision system with a display on the instrument panel as a £1,300 extra.

Boot space ranges between 514 and 1,642 litres on the petrol and diesel versions, while the plug-in is 390 litres extending to 1,528.

The plug-in develops 225p and is the quickest of the range with a 0 to 62mph acceleration time of 8.9 seconds with a top speed of 140mph.

The combustion engines both have 130ps on tap, with the petrol topping out at 122mph with a 10.4-second sprint time, while the diesel comes in at 12.3 seconds 0 to 62mph and a maximum of 119mph.

Only three trim levels are being offered and all come with LED headlights, lane departure warnings, and cruise control.

Mid-range GS Line specification adds sat nav and adaptive cruise control among it standard fittings, while Ultimate vehicles come with adaptive headlights, keyless entry and a 360 degree panoramic camera set up.