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: Elite Nav
We are yet to try out this variant
Engine: 1.5 Turbo D ecoTec 
This 1.5-litre diesel engine produces 101bhp, and its low C02 emissions and relatively high fuel economy means it’s likely to be a hit with company car drivers. It feels lethargic, however, and after an initial surge of pulling power quickly runs out of puff. It’s noisy, too, and sends a lot of vibrations back through the car. We reckon the petrol choices are a better bet for most drivers.
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