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 classread the full model review
Trim:Tech Line Nav
We’d recommend going for the Tech Line Nav model, which is still reasonably priced and adds a host of desirable features, including a bigger 8.0in touchscreen with built-in satellite navigation, 18in alloy wheels, front parking sensors, privacy glass, a powered tailgate, keyless entry and start and ambient interior lighting. Importantly, you also get more safety kit, such as automatic emergency braking, lane assist and blindspot monitoring.
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.