Vauxhall Crossland X (2017 on)

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1.2T 110ps Elite Nav Start+Stop 5dr auto

reviewed by Anonymous on 11 February 2020
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Fabulous

Having read motoring critics reviews I find them mostly unfounded. I purchased this car Sept 2019 and have been very pleased it's a fabulous car if driven carefully. It has bags of power considering its three cylinder engine with low revs and plenty of torque, the auto gearbox has smooth change up and down the gears. The car is stable no noticeable buffeting on breezy days and no wind noise interior dash design flows extremely well all controls within easy reach. The car is very roomy inside, the only down side is the very small glove box and the silly fold down armrest which obscures the handbrake operation a centre armrest would be far better. On the road the seats are very supportive and ride comfortable on 17 inch wheels. The criticism of the so called cheap scratchy plastic is no different to any other car they all have it, the dash has soft touch so all isn't hard. If this car is driven respectably it's a great car.

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Price£17,110–£24,460
Road TaxA–D
MPG49.6–78.5 mpg
Real MPG67.1%

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