Vauxhall Crossland Leasing
Top 3 Features
Quite compact outside, but spacious inside.
Updated in 2020 with smart new looks and tech.
Choice of petrol or diesel engines, but no hybrid.
Why Lease A Vauxhall Crossland?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
As noted above, the Vauxhall Crossland isn’t as style-focused as some other small family SUVs, and you’ll reap the benefits of that approach when it comes to passenger and luggage space. Whether you’re sitting in the front or the back, you enjoy plenty of leg- and headroom, along with plenty of storage room for your odds and ends, while the 410-litre boot capacity is strong for the class.
It can be expanded further on higher-spec models, which come with a rear that slides back and forwards – so if you’ve only got small kids as passengers in the back, you can free up more boot space, or alternatively shrink the boot to allow taller adults to get more comfortable. The seats can be folded down in more conventional fashion too, of course, freeing up a total load area of 1255 litres.
While the smaller Vauxhall Mokka is available with fully electric power and the larger Vauxhall Grandland can be had as a plug-in hybrid, unfortunately neither is an option with the Crossland. That ultimately limits just how cheap it can be to run. But if you want the lowest possible running costs from the car, then the 1.5-litre turbodiesel engine, with its official fuel economy figure of more than 60mpg, is the one to go for. And even the 1.2-litre petrol can manage not far off 50mpg when driven gently.
High Performance ModelsWhile Vauxhall previously offered high-performance ‘VXR’ versions of almost every car it built – including family people carriers – these days the company is a bit more sensible, so there’s no ‘go-faster’ Crossland available.
The Vauxhall Crossland Vs Competitors
The Crossland has been on sale for several years under its former name of Crossland X and no serious issues have emerged.
With the rear seats in place, there’s 410 litres. If you drop them down, that expands to 1455 litres.
There are 4 – SE, SRi Nav, Elite and Ultimate Nav.
Yes, but you need to lease at least the SRi Nav spec to get them – entry-level SE trim does without.
The Crossland is very practical for what is a relatively small car. The boot, front-passenger space and rear-passenger space are all at or above the class average.
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