THE VAUXHALL ‘five star’ new model explosion is continuing this month with the reveal of the all-new Crossland X.
The new Vauxhall Crossland X is a compact SUV offering families a compact, Renault Captur-rivalling, experience, with a high up seating position and flexible seating arrangements.
The Crossland X follows on from the Mokka X, launched at the end of last year as part of Vauxhall’s new model offensive ‘five star year’.
Another SUV follows in the shape of the Grandland X.
Rory Harvey, chairman and managing director of Vauxhall said: “2017 will be a landmark year for Vauxhall. Our portfolio will grow, but it’s the quality and innovation which underpins our new products that will surprise customers.
“The Insignia Grand Sport will force buyers to reassess how they perceive our brand, and our two crossover offerings will bring Vauxhall to, in many cases, completely new sets of buyers.”
Vauxhall ‘five star’ year of cars
- The new Insignia Grand Sport – already launched. New Vauxhall flagship. Despite being a large and practical five-door hatchback, it will have a coupe-like silhouette, huge driver appeal and a class-leading all-wheel-drive system. Existing model still leads the mainstream D-sector in the UK, but Grand Sport is set to challenge premium rivals.
- New Insignia Sports Tourer, taking many of its design cues from the 2013’s visionary Monza Concept. Compared with the existing model, interior space has increased significantly, especially in the rear cabin and luggage area, but without sacrificing style and design.
- New Country Tourer model, complete with all-wheel-drive as standard and off-road looks completes new Insignia range
- New Crossland X to appeal to buyers with families who demand agility and convenience in urban driving, but with enough comfort and performance to cover long distances.
- Completing the Vauxhall SUV/crossover family in 2017 will be a new C-segment crossover, similar in size to the Astra and Zafira Tourer, called the Grandland X.