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Vauxhall Grandland: pricing, specs and CO2 emissions

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Vauxhall is now accepting orders for the facelifted version of its Grandland X SUV, which is priced from £25,500.

The car, which shares a platform with the Peugeot 3008, has also been given a shorter name and is now simply referred to as Grandland.

It features a new front-end look that mirrors the recently-launched Mokka.

The car is expected to arrive in the UK this autumn, to compete with the new Nissan Qashqai and Kia Sportage.

Vauxhall has cut the price of the plug-in hybrid variant by £6,000 to £34,365, making it a key model for fleets. With CO2 emissions from 31g/km and an zero-emission range of 34 miles, the 225PS model sits in the 11% benefit-in-kind bracket.

There is also a 1.2-litre petrol engine with CO2 emissions from 140g/km and a 1.5-litre diesel that emits from 136g/km. Both have 130PS.

Entry-level SE variants feature 17-inch alloy wheels as standard, and come with a seven-inch touchscreen, electric folding mirrors, front and rear parking sensors and automatic lighting and wipers.

Sportier SRi variants upgrade the wheel size to 18-inch and come with a 12-inch driver display with 10-inch central touchscreen. Also included is 180-degree rear-view camera, gloss black trim pieces and tinted windows.

Elite variants introduce 19-inch alloy wheels and additional technology including LED Matrix front lighting, wireless phone charging, advanced park assist, side blind spot alert, keyless entry and start and a power tailgate.

Range-topping Ultimate variants add Alcantara upholstery and 360 degree camera.

The Grandland’s redesigned front end includes Vauxhall’s new trademark ‘Vizor’ grille, which debuted on the new Mokka. There’s also the option of Pixel LED headlights, carried over from the Insignia.

A new interior sees the introduction of a twin-screen digital cockpit arrangement. This includes a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment display, plus a 12-inch digital instrument cluster.

Vauxhall has increased the level of technology in the new Grandland, offering a Night Vision camera system for the first time.

A new Highway Integration Assist system is also available. It combines adaptive cruise control and active lane keeping technology to enable semi-autonomous driving.

2021 Vauxhall Grandland pricing, CO2 and BIK:

Model

CO2 g/km (WLTP)

P11D Price

Company Car Tax Band (2021-22)

SE 1.2 Turbo 6-speed manual (130PS)

140

£25,225

32%

SE 1.2 Turbo 8-speed automatic (130PS)

146

£27,045

33%

SE 1.5 Turbo D 8-speed automatic (130PS)

136

£26,885

31%

SRi 1.2 Turbo 6-speed manual (130PS)

141

£27,265

32%

SRi 1.2 Turbo 8-speed automatic (130PS)

146

£29,085

33%

SRi 1.5 Turbo D 8-speed manual (130PS)

137

£28,925

31%

SRi 1.6 Turbo PHEV 8-speed automatic (225PS)

29

£34,310

11%

Elite 1.2 Turbo 6-speed manual (130PS)

140

£28,915

32%

Elite 1.2 Turbo 8-speed automatic (130PS)

146

£30,735

33%

Elite 1.5 Turbo D 8-speed automatic (130PS)

136

£30,575

31%

Elite 1.6 Turbo PHEV 8 speed automatic (225PS)

31

£34,960

11%

Ultimate 1.2 Turbo 8-speed automatic (130PS)

141

£31,015

32%

Ultimate 1.5 Turbo D 8-speed automatic (130PS)

137

£30,855

31%

 


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