Design and Interior
Thanks to their latest facelift, Vauxhall have revamped what was the Crossland X and from a visual perspective, it now rivals some of the best in its class.
Something Vauxhall introduced is the brilliantly named Vizor front grille. In a swooping design that runs across the face of the car, it houses elements of the grille, badge and headlights in one sleek motion.
While we wouldn’t say it's overly sporty, it does give the Crossland a certain degree of character and individuality that you may not find with some of its rivals.
You have the potential to add two-tone colour combinations as you progress through the range and if that's what you desire, they're a great way to add a nice pop of colour. It is not quite as sporty as a Ford Kuga, but the Crossland is very easy on the eye.
The cabin was well designed and spaciously laid out. Vauxhall have been very clever in how they’ve positioned the dials and touchscreen, as it creates a flowing and welcoming space.
Our Crossland came with a smart interior that resembles what we saw in our recent Citroen C3 review. Comfort levels are very competitive and the contrasting colour scheme enhances the airy feel of the cabin. The intricate detailing improves as you progress through the Crossland range, with top-spec models coming with Alcantara seat trim inserts.