2020 Vauxhall Grandland X Review: Keep the Stunning Technology
2020 Vauxhall Grandland X takes advantage of the Frankfurt Motor Show to introduce their new car. As we know, they don’t use the name “Antara” again and replace it with Grandland X on 2017. They’re ready to challenge the old players who have picked up success, such as manufacturers of Honda CR-V and Nissan X-Trail.
Technology continues to evolve endlessly from time to time. Fields which are cultivated for technological development are not just one or two. But it is so much and it feels that when we see the development of the times that modern society wants to be as practical as it is today, it seems that all fields in life also experience and take advantage of the development of advanced technology that exists. Not ignored in the automotive sector. World automotive technology is experiencing rapid development, not inferior to technological developments in electronic equipment.
In the automotive industry, technological developments also occur in various sectors, from interior design, exterior, electrical systems, engine construction, to ignition systems.
What about this Vauxhall 2020? In addition, in 2020 Vauxhall Grandland X is the first car that uses Vauxhall platform from its new mother, the PSA. That means the SUV is sharing the platform with Peugeot 3008.
Although Vauxhall Grandland X share the platform with Peugeot, the designer Vauxhall tried to engineer and managed to make this car does not look much like a French compact SUV.
The newest technology from the huge brand of car Vauxhall is now really care of their appearance and performance. It wouldn’t make you disappointed by choosing this car.
2020 Vauxhall Grandland X Exterior
For your information. When you see the latest design of Vauxhall on the SUV, precisely on the headlight with LED Daytime Running Lights in the form of a boomerang provides added value on the outer design of the car.
Then the trapezoidal grille with a pair of chrome accents lines flanking the manufacturer’s logo, Vauxhall. Not much different from the front, on the back there are LED lights that form a boomerang to add the impression of typical SUV.
Plus the factory gives plastic body cladding all over the body of Grandland X. While the sculptured lines on the hood, the rear of the car, and the door add an artistic impression to the body of the car.
Grandland X has a length dimension of 4,477 mm, width 1,844 mm, height 1636 mm, and wheelbase of 2,675 mm.
2020 Vauxhall Grandland X Interior
This interior will make you satisfied! After seeing the dimensions of this car, it means Grandland X is bigger than SUV and other compact Vauxhall crossovers, like Crossland X and Mokka X.
As we know, the previous Grandland X can accommodate up to five passengers at once. Vauxhall still keep this features so. That means you can take your little family for a walk with this car. You will be treated to quality cabin materials. IntelliLink multimedia system and luggage capacity reach 1.652 liters present as standard fittings.
Ergonomic front and rear seats; the steering wheel is very cool! Vauxhall OnStar service assistant; IntelliLink Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatible systems and wireless charging for smartphones are some of the famous interior features. The vehicle is equipped with armgate which is operated with legs too.
Parties Vauxhall provides optional, such as steering wheel equipped with heating and wireless charging for your device or smartphone.
About safety, you should not hesitate while driving this car because of Automatic Emergency Braking, Advanced Park Assist, Driver Drowsiness Alert, and Adaptive Cruise Control with pedestrian detection pinned on this car.
2020 Vauxhall Grandland X Specs & Fuel Economy
2020 Vauxhall Grandland there is a choice of gasoline and diesel. For gasoline, there is a mechanical heart with a capacity of 1200 cc turbocharged with power produced 129 hp and 230 Nm of torque.
In a 1,600-capacity diesel that powered 118 hp and NM torque. 2020 Vauxhall Grandland X has plans to add engine variants, including a choice of diesel engines paired with 8-speed automatic transmission and plug-in hybrid variants that will share the technology with Peugeot 3008 PHEV.
New Vauxhall Grandland X comes with two engine options with a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. 1.2 liter of all turbocharged aluminum gasoline engines produce 130 PS of power, and 230 Nm of torque at 1,750 rpm. The claimed efficiency is 18.1 km/l, combined. The 1.6-liter diesel engine produces 120 PS of power and 300 Nm of torque at 1,750 rpm. The combined efficiency claimed for this engine reaches 21.7 km/l. Optional electronic Grip Control also ensures that power is moved safely to the road. Vauxhall will offer a more powerful engine in the near future.
Adaptive Cruise Control with pedestrian detection and Automatic Emergency Braking; Driver Drowsy Alert; Advanced Park Assist and 360 ° Camera are highlights in the safety section.