Vauxhall Announces New Crossland X SUV For 2017

Posted: Nov 7 2016, 10:58am CST | by , Updated: Nov 7 2016, 7:27pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Vauxhall Announces New Crossland X SUV for 2017
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  • Vauxhall Crossland X Confirmed as one of the five new Models to be introduced by Company in 2017
 

The Vauxhall Crossland X will be taking the place of the SUV Meriva in 2017. It will actually top the five new Vauxhall models and is said to sit above the Mokka X in the company's 2017 line-up.

The 2017 Vauxhall Crossland X has been confirmed as the new SUV for company that is supposed to sit above Mokka X in Vauxhall’s new 2017 line up of vehicles. It is going to be one of the five models that will be introduced by the company.

The Vauxhall Crossland X is considered by the company as a family friendly vehicle, according to AutoCar. According to the company it will be able to cover ling distances in a small time and will be efficient in nature while providing all kinds of comfort to passengers.

It is supposed to fill a gap that will be left by Meriva MPV which is soon to be discontinued. It is one of the company’s famous small SUVs. Another small sized SUV by the company which will be Zafira sized SUV is supposed to come in the next year too.

Other than these two new SUVs in the lineup, the company is going to introduce three variants of an all new Insignia. The first of them will be the flagship Insignia Grand Sport which is going to be a hatch back with five doors. This car will have a roofline like that of a coupe and will be offered in four wheel drive. 

The second model to be introduced in the lineup is Insignia Sports Tourer. This car will take its influence from Monza Concept which was presented in 2013.

The third car is supposed to be a Country Tourer. It will be a four wheel drive car. There will be another bigger flagship SUV launch by the company in the year 2019. This SUV is supposed to rival Nissan X-Trail. 

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