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Most Grandland X trim levels are competitively priced, and it’s a well equipped and spacious enough car for most families. However, it's hard to ignore that the fractionally cheaper Skoda Karoq has a nicer interior, is sharper to drive and has a range of more refined engines. However, company car drivers who are in the market family SUV will find the hybrid models cost-effective.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
This is the most basically equipped version of the Grandland X, but you still get 18in alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, high beam assist and cruise control. You also get a 7.0in touchscreen with a DAB radio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but no sat-nav. Disappointingly, it doesn't come with automatic emergency braking.
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You might expect this petrol engine to feel underpowered given its small capacity but, in reality, it is perfectly adequate. It also averages more than 50mpg in official fuel economy tests, no matter which wheels, tyres and gearbox you choose. A 1.0-litre Skoda Karoq or Seat Ateca is punchier, let alone a 1.5, however.
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