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Total cash price £11,399. Borrowing £9,119 with a £2,280 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£169.72
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£14,853.58
Cost of credit
£3,454.58
Optional final payment
£4,427.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Vauxhall Crossland buying guide

You’ll find Crossland models with several trim and engine choices. This guide will talk you through each so you can choose the model that’s right for you.

What Vauxhall Crossland trim levels are there?

Vauxhall has made several model-year changes to its trim lineup so make sure you check the spec list of the specific car you're considering.

Entry-level cars previously came in SE trim. This included alloy wheels, air conditioning, cruise control, land-departure warning, and an infotainment system with Bluetooth, DAB radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Next up is SRi Nav which gains climate control, rear parking sensors, automatic high beams, a cargo divider in the boot and built-in sat nav for the infotainment system.

You may also find limited edition Griffin cars, which add climate control, heated front seats and steering wheel, front and rear parking sensors and a reversing camera.

Elite includes all the goodies from Griffin trim but adds a digital screen in the driver's instrument panel.

Ultimate Nav is the range-topping trim and gains Alcantara upholstery, keyless entry and start, and a sliding rear seat bench.

Vauxhall has since simplified the Crossland’s trim levels with Design trim taking the place of SE, GS cars filling the shoes of SRi Nav models, and Ultimate Nav simply renamed Ultimate.

Vauxhall Crossland interior and technology

There’s little to complain about in the Crossland’s interior. The design is neat and simple to navigate and you still get physical controls for the heater and air con. Material quality is good and there are no obvious squeaks or rattles on the move. Rivals might offer a little more style, but the Crossland gets most of the important stuff right.

The infotainment system is reasonably easy to get to grips with and the physical shortcut buttons make it easier to jump between functions. All models include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which means there’s less need to stretch to a higher trim level to gain a built-in sat nav.

It’s clear the Crossland’s focus is on practicality and it shows in the cabin, with lots of places to store smaller items. Passenger space is strong considering the Crossland’s small footprint, with good rear leg and elbow room, and enough access to make positioning child seats relatively painless. The boot space isn’t class leading by the numbers, but the square shape and reasonably low load lip means it’s happily swallow a push chair or a couple of large suitcases without complaint.

Vauxhall Crossland engine range explained

Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 83 petrol

Entry-level Crosslands use a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine making 83hp. This version will be is fine around town but will begin to feel a little underpowered when overtaking on the motorway. Vauxhall has since dropped this engine from the Crossland’s lineup.

Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Turbo 110 petrol

In the middle of the Crossland’s petrol range is the same 1.2-litre engine outfitted with a turbocharger for better performance. Power jumps to 110hp with the 0-62mph run dispatched in 10.5 seconds, helping this model feel more relaxed at higher speeds.

Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Turbo 130 petrol

The most powerful engine in the Crossland’s lineup sees the 1.2-litre unit boosted up to 130hp. This shaves a full second off the 0-62mph dash, helping this version feel even calmer on the motorway. You’ll also find this engine offered with an optional six-speed automatic gearbox.

Vauxhall Crossland 1.5 Turbo D 110 diesel

Vauxhall has now dropped the diesel options from the Crossland’s lineup. However, high mileage drivers might want to track down a nearly new diesel example to take advantage of average economy that can stretch as high as 61mpg on 1.5-litre 110hp versions.

Vauxhall Crossland 1.5 Turbo D 120 diesel

While diesel engines were offered on the Crossland, the range-topping option was a 120hp unit. This engine came as standard with a six-speed automatic gearbox, making it a better choice if you don’t want to shift your own gears. Average economy can reach 58mpg if you drive with a light right foot.

Vauxhall Crossland FAQs

There’s only one version of the Crossland – a five-door, five-seat SUV with a hatchback boot lid. It’s the updated version of the Crossland X, which buyers might still want to consider thanks to its more affordable price.

If you’re shopping for Crossland cars, you might want to weigh it up against the likes of the Ford Puma, Peugeot 2008, Kia Stonic, Renault Captur, Skoda Kamiq or Citroen C3 Aircross.

The Crossland is a little more than 4.2 metres long, which places it around the middle of the class. It’s a little shorter than the Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur and Skoda Kamiq, and a fraction longer than the Ford Puma, Kia Stonic and Citroen C3 Aircross. Parking sensors are widely available across the Crossland range, so parking in the city shouldn’t pose a challenge.

Practicality is strong in the Crossland thanks to its boxy shape. Four adults will have lots of room and there’s even enough shoulder room to carry three across the rear row without too much difficulty. That also translates into decent room to convince wriggling kids into their car seats. The boot isn’t quite as cavernous as you’ll find in larger SUVs but it’s comfortably larger than the load areas you get in similarly priced hatchbacks, and has a usefully square shape.

Vauxhall initially launched the Crossland with three petrol and two diesel engines, but has slimmed down the lineup over time. Most buyers will be fine with either of the more powerful petrol models, which serve up a good blend of performance and economy.

No, the Vauxhall Crossland can't tow a caravan. With the petrols offering a maximum towing weight of 840kg, you will at least be able to manage a small or medium-size trailer.

The Crossland is a five-seater, although the middle seat is best reserved for short journeys or occasional use. Like many of its rivals, the Crossland will easily sit four adults and five at a push. The outer rear seats both have Isofix child seat mounting points.

All Vauxhall Crossland models are front-wheel drive, and it doesn't benefit from the Grip Control traction system available on mechanically similar Citroen and Peugeot models, either. But a good set of winter tyres will provide plenty of cold-weather grip unless you live in a very rural area. If so, browse our wide range of used 4x4 cars here.

The Crossland has eye-catching looks and attractive pricing, plus a refined driving experience and a long kit list that includes bright LED headlights, cruise control, alloy wheels and phone connectivity. It has an equally long list of rivals, but the Crossland is worth a look if you're after a sensible, value-focused small SUV.