2017 Opel Crossland X reviews
In 2016, Opel introduced a new nomenclature in the product range with the Mokka X. On the small SUV follows the second vehicle with the X in the name: the Crossland X. The crossover inheres the Meriva and is mainly to inspire CUV-affine customers in cities.
Plenty of space in the interior
From the very first glance it becomes clear that the Crossland X is a more than worthy heritage for the Meriva. The new CUV is 4.21 meters, 16 centimeters shorter than a current Opel Astra, but also about ten centimeters higher. This is especially beneficial to the people in the fund, whose headlessness would be quite generous. In addition, the rear seats can be moved 150 millimeters along the longitudinal axis of the Crossland X – an advantage for people with long legs. Space is also in the trunk. 410 to 1.255 liters fit into the luggage compartment.
Assistance systems and LED light
In addition to a good range of seats, the Crossland X has a large panorama roof and AGR ergonomic seats in the front row. The Opel infotainment system OnStar with WLAN hotspot is as standard on board as various assistants. Among other things, there is a lane change warning, a front collision aid and a pedestrian detection with emergency braking function. The adaptive light with full-LED headlights is supposed to make the night a day.
The appearance of Crossland X 2017
The appearance of the 2017 Crossland X corresponds to that of a classic city crossover. The clearly visible underride protection should also appeal to SUV fans with high space requirements. The two-colored roof and the chrome brace on the C-pillar are already known by the small Adam. Which engines Opel is exactly in the Crossland X is not yet known. What is certain, however, is that, in addition to diesel and gasoline units, there will also be a solution with autogas.
Prices and market launch
Opel does not reveal an exact market start either. However, since the Crossland X 2017 is part of the campaign “7 in 17”, we expect a market launch in the first half of the year 2017. The predecessor Meriva started at 16,435 euros, a Peugeot 2008 based on the same platform starts at 15,500 euros.
2017 Opel Crossland X Photo Gallery
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