Vauxhall Crossland X variants
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Total cash price £9,599. Borrowing £7,679 with a £1,920 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

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Vauxhall Crossland buying guide

You’ll notice we sell the Crossland and the Crossland X. Don’t worry, they’re not separate models – the Crossland X is simply the pre-facelift car. Vauxhall cleaned up the styling and dropped the X in its 2021 facelift, but the engines and interior stayed pretty much the same.

What Vauxhall Crossland trim levels are there?

The Crossland X comes in a wide range of trim levels, with the core versions being SE, Business Edition and Elite. SE comes with alloy wheels, cruise control and a touchscreen with phone connectivity and DAB radio. Business Edition gets sat nav, rear parking sensors and half-leather trim, while Elite ramps up the kit. Also look out for the Griffin Edition, a high-spec special edition.

For the facelifted Crossland, the specifications are called Design, SRi (latterly GS Line) and Elite. Design basically replaces SE, but also gets LED headlights. SRi/GS Line is a sporty-looking option with red accents, a contrasting-colour roof and tinted windows. Go for the top-spec car and you get heaters for the front seats and steering wheel, amongst other goodies.

Vauxhall Crossland interior and technology

Many of the Crossland’s interior parts are shared with the Corsa and Astra, so it’s all very logical in there. The layout is smart and the cabin ergonomics are well-sorted – it won’t frustrate you on a day-to-day basis. It’ll appeal if you just want to get in and drive without first setting up a million different preferences.

Chrome-lined buttons and dials make the interior feel a little bit premium, and most of the materials you’ll touch are substantial. Watch out for scratches and smudges coming up on the glossy black plastics.

Vauxhall Crossland engine range explained

Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 Turbo petrol

With Vauxhall being owned by the same empire that oversees Peugeot and Citroen, the same 1.2-litre petrol engine that you’ll find in cars like the Citroen C3 and Peugeot 208 is also plumbed in to the Crossland. This turbocharged engine is offered with 110hp and 130hp. Either make the Crossland cross land (or roads, more often) reasonably quickly and rather efficiently. Almost 50mpg is possible from this little petrol engine.

Vauxhall Crossland 1.2 petrol

That same engine is also offered without a turbocharger, as an entry-level option. It has 83hp and isn’t as quick off the line as the others, but is the one to go for if you’d like the lowest possible insurance costs. In terms of economy, it matches the other petrols.

Vauxhall Crossland 1.5 Turbo diesel

Long-distance drivers or those particularly concerned by fuel economy are served by a 1.5-litre diesel engine. With a manual gearbox, it can return up to 62mpg, but the diesel is a rare beast and most drivers will be well catered for by the turbo petrol engine.

Vauxhall Crossland X FAQs

The Vauxhall Crossland X launched in 2017 as an indirect replacement to the Vauxhall Meriva, as buyers turned towards SUVs and crossovers instead of MPVs. All have five doors for easy access to the rear seats, and a hatchback tailgate for a versatile boot space. There are a number of different trim levels to suit a range of tastes.

The Crossland has a 4.2-metre footprint, so parking and manoeuvring should be a piece of cake. It’s marginally longer and taller than the Vauxhall Mokka, and is a similar size to its closest alternatives.

It might not take up much space on the road, but there’s a decent amount of space for four adults in the Crossland. Most examples have a 410-litre boot, which is noticeably bigger than a Corsa and a little bigger than the SEAT Arona and Skoda Kamiq. Some have sliding rear seats (this was an option) and these cars get a maximum boot size of 520 litres, with the extra space being available if you don’t need rear legroom.

Search hard enough and you’ll find some diesel-powered Vauxhall Crosslands, but the vast majority have a 1.2-litre petrol engine. There are manual and automatic gearboxes available. For a fully electric option, head to the Vauxhall Mokka-e.

For the right kind of buyer, the Vauxhall Crossland X will make an excellent choice. This compact model focuses on practicality above all else. That means you get an impressively spacious cabin and a big boot despite its exterior dimensions which are mostly similar to a Corsa.

What's more, the Crossland X is reasonably affordable, especially as a nearly new or used car, so you get quite a bit of practicality for your money. Others might be faster, more stylish or more fun to drive, but the Crossland X gets a lot of the sensible stuff right, which makes it easy to live with on a day-to-day basis.

The Crossland X is only offered with front-wheel drive and doesn't have four-wheel drive as an option, despite its chunky SUV-inspired looks.

That won't matter to the kinds of buyers that'll pick the Crossland X, however, because most are unlikely to stray further than a grassy car park, where two-wheel-drive versions still provide ample grip.

If you want the confidence to use your Crossland X all year round, consider fitting winter tyres over the colder months. This will substantially improve traction in low temperatures as well as over ice and snow, and is generally cheaper than trading up to a four-wheel-drive alternative.