Most people will find it easy enough to get comfortable, because there’s a good range of seat and steering wheel adjustment and the pedals are well aligned with the driver’s seat.
Adjustable lumbar support is standard only on range-topping Elite Nav models, though, which is disappointing given that Peugeot fits it to all but the entry-level 3008. If you do long stints behind the wheel, it’s worth bearing that in mind if you suffer from back problems, but otherwise the seats offer good support.
More positively, the dashboard of the Grandland X is logically laid out, with the controls grouped together by theme and spread over three tiers. And, thankfully, Vauxhall has provided separate climate control buttons that are easy to operate – in the 3008, you have to delve into the infotainment screen just to change the interior temperature, which is a pain.