Vauxhall Crossland (2017 on)

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1.2T 130 Tech Line Nav Start+Stop 5dr SUV

reviewed by newb on 29 December 2017
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Overall rating
4
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
5
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

A very practical plenty of space SUV on inside small on outside dimensions.

Not had this SUV that long it is a 2018 model few changes to 2017 model but first impressions very pleasing.
The six speed gearbox very smooth and easy while the 12T engine 130ps has more than ample power which makes relaxing drive.
Plenty of standard technology with options if you want more, one being spare wheel, the versatility pack which allows rear seat to move fore and aft particular useful.
Interior well screwd together and looks good, standard higher front seating position gives good visibuilty and is comfortable with plenty of adjustment and space for feet.
Even with a tall driver in front plenty of knee room for rear passengers you only find that on less than a handful of vehicles of this size.
The ride is on the firm side over potholes and there is no destination download on On Star which would have been useful, but this car has so many good points.

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Price£19,640–£25,235
Road TaxA–D
MPG49.6–78.5 mpg
Real MPG68.6%

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