The Grandland X offers a similar blend of comfort and practicality as the Peugeot 3008 on which it’s based, but there are better all-rounders in this classget the best price
This is the most basically equipped version of the Grandland X, but you still get 17in alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, high beam assist, cruise control and rear parking sensors. You also get a 7.0in touchscreen with a DAB radio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus Vauxhall's OnStar concierge service, but no sat-nav. Disappointingly, it doesn't come with automatic emergency braking.
Engine:1.5 Turbo D
This 118bhp diesel is far less urgent when you put your foot down than the petrol, but it does have solid mid-range shove to pull the Grandland X ably enough, even when it’s fully loaded. Average fuel economy varies from 61.4mpg if you specify an automatic gearbox and the grip control system to 70.6mpg in a manual car with regular tyres, while CO2 emissions are as low as 104g/km. Unless you're a company car driver looking to keep your tax bills low, we'd stick with the petrol.
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