How to spec a Vauxhall Grandland X
Our guide to Vauxhall's largest SUV covers which options to pick, which to avoid and how much to pay for it all...
Spare wheel (£110)
As standard your Grandland X will come with a tyre inflation kit, but these are only really useful for small punctures. For anything larger, you'll be glad of having an actual spare wheel hidden under the boot floor.
Panoramic glass sunroof (£695)
Being able to stare up at the sky from inside your car sounds like bliss, but this option is expensive and eats into rear head room, so it's actually one to avoid if you regularly carry adults of above-average height in the rear seats.
How to buy your ideal Vauxhall Grandland X
- Model: 1.2 130PS Turbo Stop/Start manual Tech Line Nav
- List price: £23,410
- Target Price: £20,980
- Options we'd add: Park and Go Pack Two (£550), heated windscreen (£105), keyless entry and start (£710), metallic paint (£570), spare wheel (£110)
- Cost of options: £2045
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