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The Vauxhall Grandland X is competitively priced in most trim levels, and is well equipped and spacious enough for most families. However, it's hard to ignore the fractionally cheaper Skoda Karoq, which has a nicer interior, is sharper to drive and has a range of more refined engines. Company car drivers who are in the market for a family SUV will find the hybrid Grandland X models cost-effective.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Building on SRi Nav trim, you get leather seats with electrical adjustment for the driver, heated front seats and steering wheel, 19in wheels, a panoramic roof and a heated windscreen. Worth avoiding for its ride-spoiling big wheels and head room-swallowing glass roof alone.
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Like the Hybrid, the Hybrid4 has a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine with an electric motor driving the front wheels, but adds another electric motor for the rears. This takes total power up to 296bhp to give hot-hatch scaring pace. The electric only range is up to 35 miles and CO2 emissions just 34g/km with performance still adequate when powered by batteries alone. We wish the switch between power sources was smoother and it was cheaper to buy, though.
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