Introducing the Opel Crossland
Head-turning style, bold alloy wheel designs and a new aggressive, yet stylish stance. The Opel Crossland is a compact SUV that is anything but compact on the inside, with a roomy interior that is a comfy haven for all on-board.
The Crossland follows in the footsteps of the all-new Mokka, featuring Opel's new bold design language, which includes the new, futuristic Opel Vizor.
Punchy petrol engines and powerful diesel engines are available across the model range, all of which incorporate stop start technology and are incredibly efficient.
The bold and stylish design is sure to impress you, however, the practicality will impress you even more. There really isn't much room for improvement but there is plenty of room for the family.
Remarkably versatile, the Crossland contains rear sliding seats so you can configure your seats to your preference. The spacious interior is also home to ample loadspace and can fit large items in with ease. Think pushchairs and flat-pack furniture, the whole family will be able to travel comfortably along with their required luggage.
Despite all this interior space, this SUV is still compact on the outside, making it simple to park or manoeuvre around the city or country lanes.
In synergy with the modern aesthetics, the technology is up to scratch too. If you have a smartphone this can link seamlessly using Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. Wireless charging is also available with some specifications, keeping the cabin tidy and free from excess wires.
A 7-inch colour touchscreen is standard, although the higher models see the introduction of an 8-inch colour touchscreen with satellite navigation.
Plenty of safety features are available, even on the entry-level specification. Safety features include:
The Opel Crossland is powered by a range of advanced and efficient engines with four punchy petrol engines on offer, as well as two efficient diesel models.
The 1.2-litre petrol engine is available with two power outputs: a naturally aspirated 82bhp or a turbocharged 128bhp unit.
You also have the choice of two power outputs if you opt for the 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine, depending on which transmission you prefer. Accompanied with a 6-speed manual gearbox delivers a power output of 108bhp, whereas paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission produces 118bhp.
The petrol engines will return 56.5 to 61.4mpg on a combined cycle, whilst the diesel engines' fuel consumption ranges from 72.4 to 80.7mpg on a combined cycle.
With a bold, new design and all the advantages of a compact SUV, the Crossland will certainly appeal to a lot of people, especially families. The spaciousness of the interior, practicality of the loadspace, the advanced technology and the efficient engines are a recipe for a fantastic car.
For more information or to book a test drive, contact us here at Johnson & Perrott, Douglas. The home of Opel in Cork.