The Vauxhall Crossland X is very spacious for such a small SUV and comes well equipped. However, some of its rivals are better to driveget the best price
Trim: Business Edition Nav
Engine: 1.2T ecoTec  Bus Ed Nav
The Crossland X’s 1.2-litre petrol engine is available in three power outputs: 80bhp, 108bhp and 128bhp. We haven’t tested the 80bhp version yet, but the 108bhp feels punchy and willing to rev, and it will suit most people’s needs. If you do want some extra performance though, the 128bhp version is even peppier still.
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