Refreshed Vauxhall Crossland revealed ahead of 2021 launch
Vauxhall has revealed the first images of its new Crossland, with deliveries for the company’s smallest SUV set to commence in early 2021. Here’s what you need to know.
The new Crossland borrows styling cues from the latest Mokka and also gets rid of the ‘X’ moniker of its predecessor. Prices are to be confirmed, but we expect list prices to start from around £20,000.
On the outside, the styling of the Crossland is largely influenced by the new Mokka, with the front benefiting from the same ‘Vizor’ styling that features on the larger car.
This means a larger grille that stretches across the entire width of the car. The headlights are now LED as standard, although they resemble the older car rather than the new Mokka.
Larger air intakes and thicker black cladding helps give it a more rugged appeal than before, and certainly resembles more of an SUV than rivals such as the Ford Puma and Renault Captur.
Changes are less dramatic on the inside, but there’s a new infotainment system and practicality has improved too thanks to a split sliding rear seat that allows you to balance load space and rear legroom; up to 520 litres is available with the seats fully forward.
Exact specifications are to be confirmed, but safety features are set to be high on the priority list, with automatic emergency brakes set to be standard.
Engine-wise, the new Crossland gets four options: two petrols and two diesels. The petrol units on offer use a 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine that produces either 82bhp or 128bhp.
A singular 1.5-litre diesel makes up the other two options offering either 108bhp or 118bhp. Both petrol and diesel models. The most potent petrol and diesel units are available with a six-speed automatic gearbox.
Order books for the updated Crossland are set to commence later this year, with the first deliveries expected early next year. We’ll bring you leasing plans as soon as they become available.