Which used Vauxhall Grandland X hatchback should I buy?
Avoid the 2.0-litre diesel if costs are a concern: it can be expensive to buy and is not that cheap to run. If you regularly make long journeys, the 1.6-litre diesel is a better bet. Alternatively, the plug-in hybrid could be worthwhile if you have a relatively short commute and access to charging both at home and at work. However, we’d suggest sticking with the base 1.2-litre petrol because it’s a relatively quiet engine (apart from some low-rev thrumminess) and should still return respectable fuel economy.
SE cars are fine, but look out for Tech Line Nav trim, which adds sat nav, front parking sensors, privacy glass, an electric tailgate and additional safety tech for only a little bit more money.
Our favourite Vauxhall Grandland X: 1.2T Tech Line Nav
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