Vauxhall Crossland facelift revealed

The car has been updated for 2021, which has included a restyling and dropping of the 'X' suffix.

The crossover has gone through a mid-life change (something that Richard Hammond has not gone through because he still behaves like a hillbilly from Texas) which has allowed it to join Mokka as the next Vauxhall to receive an update.

A variety of changes have been made, such as the inclusion of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features, increased boot capacity and improved suspension.

The price has also received an upgrade; while the older Crossland started from £19,000, prices of the updated version will start from £20,000 - the same as the new Mokka - with deliveries scheduled to begin next year.

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Comments (7)

  • SUVs are going backwards. They’re just starting to look like the old MPVs that they were spawned from.

      3 months ago
  • They are just the naff versions of their french owners machines, unfortunately both Vauxhall and Opel will fade away over the next decade ☹️

      3 months ago
  • It just looks bland, to say the least! The best selling cars are the ones with unique and bold designs, so thats why vauxhall never sell well

      3 months ago
    • Wrong actually, while the most talked about cars are bold, best sellers in cheaper markets are normal cars, I mean how else is Vauxhall still around, and the Ford Fiesta the U.K. best seller a few years ago.

        3 months ago
    • True that normal cars sell well but in comparison to the fiesta, focus or 308 the astra or corsa arent really up there

        3 months ago
  • It's a lifted MPV

      3 months ago
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