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Grandland X

1.2T 130ps Elite Nav 5dr

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Vehicle Information

  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Insurance Group
    14
  • MPG Combined
    53.3 MPG
  • Transmission
    Manual
  • CO2 Emissions
    121.0 g/km
  • Manufacturer OTR
    -
Standard Equipment
Wheels
19in Diamond Cut Twin Spoke Alloy
Interior Features
Heated Front Seats
16 Way Adjustable Driver+Passenger Seat
60/40 Split-Folding Rear Seat
Reach/Rake Steering Column Adjustable
Centre Rear Seat Head Restraint
Outside Temperature Gauge
Front And Rear Electrically Oprtd Window
Cruise Control With Speed Limiter
Dual Zone Electronic Climate Control
Paint and Trim
Black Siena Leather Seat
Solid Paint
Safety & Security Features
Lane Assist
Forward Collision Alert
Driver Drowsiness System
Side Blind Spot Alert
Lane Departure Warning
PS6 Remote Control Security Alarm System
Front Passenger Airbag
Electronic Engine Deadlock Immobiliser
Driver Airbag
Full Size Curtain Airbags
Front Seat Side Impact Airbags
Anti-Lock Braking System
Exterior Features
Electrically Foldable Door Mirrors
Front And Rear Parking Distance Sensor
High Level Brake Light
Front Fog Lights
Remote Central Locking
Fixed Panoramic Glass Rf With Elc Snblnd
Heated Windscreen
Other
3 Year / 60000 Mile Warranty
Mechanical Features
Electronic Stability Programme
Start And Stop
Electric Power Assisted Steering
Audio and Communications
Bluetooth Audio Streaming/Moble Phn Prtl
AM/FM/Digital Radio
Six Speakers
Navi 5.0 IntelliLink Tchscrn Navigation
Technical Data
Mpg Urban
46.3
Mpg Extra Urban
57.7
Mpg Combined
53.3
CO2 Emission
121.0
Euro Emission
6
BHP
129.0
Power Ps
130.7
Power KW
96.2
Torque
169.6
Torque Rpm
1750
Length
4477
Width
2098
Height
1609
Gross Vehicle Weight
1900
Towing Weight Braked
1400
Wheel Base
2675
Ground Clearance
Boot Capacity
18.2
Fuel Tank Size
53.0
Maximum Speed
117
0 to 60 Mph
9.5
0 to 100 Kph
11.1
Front Tyre
235/50R19 V
Rear Tyre
235/50R19 V
Spare Tyre
Puncture repair kit
Front Brakes
VENT DISC
Rear Brakes
DISC
Available Options
Option Packs
Park And Go Pack Two
Park And Go Pack Three
All Road Pack
Winter Pack Two
Premium LED Adaptive Frwrd Lighting Pack
Exterior Features
Dark Tinted Rear Windows
Roof Rails Silver Effect In Lieu Of Fxd
Keyless Entry/Start-Power Tailgate
Black Roof And Door Mirrors
Detachable Tow Bar
Wheels
18in Steel Emergency Spare Wheel
Paint and Trim
Brilliant Paint
Two Coat Metallic Paint
Two Coat Premium Paint
Pearl White Tri Coat Premium Paint
Audio and Communications
Denon Premium Sound System
Impartial Review
Danni's full road test review of a diesel Vauxhall Grandland X
2 March 2018 by Danielle Bagnall
Motoring writer Danielle Bagnall spends a week with a diesel Vauxhall Grandland X to see how it compares in the thriving crossover SUV leasing market.


The name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but don’t let that put you off. The Vauxhall Grandland X is spacious and practical, while being pretty easy on the eye. Sitting above Vauxhall’s Crossland and Mokka X models, the Grandland X is at the very top of the car maker’s SUV range. Rivalling the likes of the Renault Kadjar, Ford Kuga and Peugeot 3008, and not forgetting the highly successful Nissan Qashqai, it’s safe to say that the Grandland X has some stiff competition but I think it stands a good chance in the mid-size SUV segment. It seats five adults and comes complete with four trim level options; SE, Tech Line Nav, Sport Nav and the flagship Elite Nav trim.


Upon delivery, I had a good look around the car, close up and from a distance, and I’m surprised at how good it looks. It’s still a Vauxhall, complete with chrome highlights and the company’s L-shaped LED signature lights, but most certainly beats its siblings (the Mokka and Crossland) in the looks stakes.

Inside, the interior is presentable. It features a minimal design, which really works. Good materials make for a nice space to be, along with easy-to-use controls. It follows the Insignia in offering an uncluttered dash. Driver position is comfortable and the seats, which are AGR-certified meaning extremely supportive, can be moved forwards and backwards and the steering column can be adjusted for reach and rake, making it easy to find the right driving position for you. Adjustable lumbar support does not come as standard, though. Storage is good. There are two cup holders on the centre console and big cubbies on each door. There’s also a generous glove compartment and additional space at the rear of the cup holders. Luggage capacity with the seats up comes in at 514-litres and it’s even better with the rear seats flipped down (increasing to 1,652-litres). There’s even space for a bike. Beware, though – the load lip on entry-level models is slightly higher, which could make it taxing trying to lift large items in. There are a number of USB ports, too – good music is essential for any road trip. DAB radio is available should you not do the whole music on your phone or iPad malarkey, though, and they're all controlled via the central 8-inch colour touchscreen display.


If you tend to carry heavy loads or do a lot of motorway driving then the 1.6-litre Turbo D diesel unit is the one to choose. It’s not the cheapest in the range at £25,950 as standard, but it’s well worth it. And that’s exactly the model I tested. The 120bhp unit has a 0-60mph of 11.8 seconds before hitting a top speed of 117mph, while able to carry 53-litres of fuel. The test model came with a large number of extras including wireless charging (£160), full LED AFL3 headlamps with LED signature (£1100), heated windshield (£100), fixed panoramic sunroof (£695), park assist at the front and rear (£570), a spare wheel (£110) and two-coat metallic paint (£565), hiking the price of the car up to £29,805. There’s one other engine option in the range - a 130bhp 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol.


Other standard equipment includes European sat nav system, Bluetooth, dual-zone electronic climate control, cruise control (super easy to use and changing gear wont knock it off), leather steering wheel, 220v power outlet, alloy-effect door sill covers, automatic lights and windscreen wipers, front fog lights, 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, power tailgate, dark-tinted rear windows, chrome-effect side window trim, electrically foldable door mirrors with puddle lights, anti-lock brakes, six airbags, lane departure warning, high beam assist, side blind spot alert, along with keyless entry and start. Vauxhall’s OnStar technology is also included, which will phone emergency services should you be involved in an accident. A heated steering wheel, heated front and rear seats and a smart tailgate (which opens with the slide of a foot) are all available as options.


So, how does the diesel drive? Well, it’s frugal and smooth, which is basically all that can be said. It’s unexciting and bland to drive, but there is value in its smoothness and pure capability. The diesel engine can be a little loud when pottering around town, but quietens down at higher speeds and on the motorway. Wind noise is minimal, too, adding to the ambient space that is the cabin. There’s also a lot of glass, lending itself to a light and airy interior until any quibbling children climb aboard. Economy figures sit at 60.1mpg for urban driving and 80.7mpg for extra-urban driving, resulting in a combined mpg of 70.6mpg and a CO2 emissions figure of 104g/km. The six-speed manual gearbox is smooth enough but it does feel a little clunky under a heavy hand, so be gentle and resist quick changes. This car is all about that smooth, pleasant drive. It’s refined and comfortable, meaning it’s perfect for long distances. It’s not exactly the sharpest of cars, but it doesn’t really need to be.


All in all, it’s a no-fuss SUV packing a shed load of space. It’s practical and looks great, especially in Topaz blue as mine was. Space is competitive against stiff competition in the SUV market, helped by the flat boot floor when the rear seats are flipped forward. It’s a car that effectively does everything you need it to and starts at a competitive price. The name Grandland X might not have a ring to it but the car's a great option in today’s market, looking better than the dated Nissan Qashqai and even aesthetically rivals the Peugeot 3008 that it happens to be based on.

Vauxhall Grandland X leasing with Contracthireacar.com starts at £210.99+VAT for the Grandland X 1.2T 130ps SE

Business lease

£191.99

Plus vat per month

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£230.39

Inc. vat per month

Initial Payment: £1,151.94 Plus vat

Initial Payment: £1,382.33 Inc. vat

Administration Fee: £149.99 Plus vat

Administration Fee: £179.99 Inc. vat

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