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The Vauxhall Grandland is competitively priced in most trims, and is well equipped and spacious enough for most families. However, it's hard to ignore the fractionally cheaper Skoda Karoq or more practical Kia Sportage – both of which have nicer interiors and are sharper to drive. Company car drivers who are in the market for a family SUV will find the hybrid Grandland models cost-effective.
The trimSee full equipment
Mid-spec GS Line brings a sportier look to the Grandland, with black exterior highlights extending to the 18in wheels, roof and badging. There’s also a rear-view camera, adaptive cruise control, a larger 10in touchscreen and 12in digital instrument cluster, sat-nav and sports front seats.
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The plug-in hybrid (PHEV) Grandland combines a petrol engine with an electric motor for a total of 222bhp and 266lb ft of torque. It makes this the quickest and fastest Grandland available, with a 0-60mph time of 8.9sec and a top speed of 140mph.
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