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Vauxhall Grandland X

  • tickGood space and practicality
  • tickMost versions are well-equipped
  • tickShould be solid on reliability

Vauxhall Grandland X SUV (2017 - )

The Grandland X is Vauxhall’s rival for mid-size family SUVs like the Seat Ateca, Ford Kuga and Kia Sportage. With good space and practicality, generous equipment and reasonable running costs, it makes a very decent family car. The addition of a plug-in hybrid option increases its appeal considerably too, though it’s pushed hard by the closely related Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4.
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Vauxhall Grandland X running costs

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When you look at the price list in comparison to some rivals, you may think the Grandland X looks a bit expensive, but when you consider how well-equipped the car is, it starts to look like considerably better value. Vauxhall’s cars sometimes struggle with the strength of their resale values, but the Grandland looks to fare better, and on a par with many of its rivals, so you shouldn’t lose out long-term, either. It does a great job on efficiency, too, with some of the best figures for CO2 emissions and fuel consumption in the class, saving you money both in tax and at the pumps.

The addition of a new Hybrid4 version is another feather in the cap for the Grandland X, given the growing importance of plug-in hybrids and appeal of SUVs. Combining the two is a no-brainer and the low CO2 figures will offer a huge tax savings for company drivers to offset the significantly higher purchase prices. Vauxhall also offers ‘Business’ versions priced and equipped specifically to save money for company drivers and look good on fleet managers’ spreadsheets. That won’t necessarily play out for those running one privately, given lease rates are in the same ballpark as far more prestigious rivals like the Audi Q5 TFSI e.

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