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Vauxhall Grandland X

(2017 - present)

The Vauxhall Grandland X is a medium-sized SUV/crossover, which was launched in late 2017 and is based on the Peugeot 3008. It has quickly become one of the most popular models in the Vauxhall family.

The Grandland X has received average to good reviews from the UK motoring media. It has been praised for its family-friendly practicality and safety features, but overall it is generally not regarded to be as good as several rivals in a fiercely competitive sector of the new car market.

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Body style: Five-door SUV/crossover
Engines: petrol, diesel, plug-in hybrid
Price: From £23,415 on-road

Launched: Autumn 2018
Last updated: Spring 2019
Replacement due: TBA

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Reviews, road tests and comparisons from across the UK automotive media

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SAFETY RATING

Independent crash test and safety ratings from Euro NCAP

Overall rating: 5 stars
Date tested: September 2017

84%

ADULT OCCUPANT

87%

CHILD OCCUPANT

63%

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS

60%

SAFETY ASSIST

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  • Euro NCAP rated the Vauxhall Grandland X as “Best in Class” in 2017

Eco rating

Independent emissions and efficiency ratings from Green NCAP

The Vauxhall Grandland X has not yet been lab-tested by Green NCAP. Check back soon.

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