2021 All-New Facelifted Vauxhall Crossland Preview
Order books are opening for the new facelifting Vauxhall Crossland SUV with first deliveries of the new SUV expected March 2021.
The new facelifted Crossland SUV forms part of Vauxhall’s strong SUV line-up that features the similar sized Mokka and the larger, aptly named Grandland X. The new Vauxhall Mokka has recently had a radical re-design turning into an eye-catching/bold SUV which is a far cry from the somewhat dated looking MPV it once was.
2021 Crossland Exterior Styling
Just like the new Mokka the Crossland has dropped the ‘X’ from the badge/name and it sports some of Vauxhall’s new design cues that will be seen on other forthcoming models.
At the front is the sleek frame that contains the grille, Griffin logo and angled LED lights, Vauxhall call this all-in-one self contained feature the Vizor front panel.
The rear of the new Crossland benefits from a stronger/wider profile with dark-tinted rear lights and a high gloss tailgate finish.
The new Crossland will also feature new chrome door surround, new front and rear skid plates and new eye-catching alloy wheels. Entry-level models will get 16-inch alloy wheels as standard while higher grade trims will get 17-inch alloys.
The SRi trim will add sporty eye-catching styling to the line-up with its own unique eye-catching 17-inch alloy wheel a contrasting black roof.
2021 Crossland Interior
Inside the all-new Vauxhall Crossland will feature an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone mirroring in the form of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, this will be standard across the range.
Up front, driver and front passenger benefit from AGR certified ergonomic seats and boot space is significantly improved over the outgoing model from 410 to 520 litres. Fold the 60/40 rear split seats down and you have 1,255 litres of storage space to play with.
2021 Crossland Driver and Safety Tech
The new 2021 Crossland gets a range of driver and safety tech including automatic emergency braking with forward collision alert system and pedestrian recognition. There’s also a driver alert system, traffic sign recognition and a reversing camera with 180-degree view compliments parking sensors.
2021 Crossland Engine Range
The new engine has been improved to include new RED2 complaint petrol and diesel powertrains. The 1.2-litre petrol engine comes in 83PS and a more powerful 130PS units. The lower-powered petrol unit is available with manual transmission only while the more powerful unit is available with 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. The current mid-range 110PS petrol engine will be phased out in 2021.
Economy figures are good, the lower powered 83PS models can return up to 61mpg (combined) while the more powerful 130PS models can return up to 57mpg (combined). CO2 emissions are as low as 106g/km and 112g/km, respectively.
The 1.5-litre Turbo D diesel powertrain comes in either 110PS or 120PS power outputs. The lower-powered model is paired with a manual gearbox while the 120PS models get automatic transmission.
The diesels are a great choice for high mileage users, returning a fuel economy of up to 80mpg and 74mpg respectively. Emissions figures are attractive too, as low as 93g/km and 101g/km, respectively.
Vauxhall also say the driving experience and comfort has been improved thanks to a new chassis with improved dampers and springs.
You can contact UK Car Discount on 0161 946 3500 for more information about the all-new Vauxhall Crossland.