Leasing a Vauxhall Crossland
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE VAUXHALL CROSSLAND
Why not have a look at the Crossland on the official Vauxhall company website? Or why not look at some of these similar car lease deals from First Vehicle Leasing: the Renault Captur and the Peugeot 2008.
Vauxhall Crossland from First Vehicle Leasing
The Vauxhall Crossland is a stylish contract hire compact SUV that will impress. The latest version has dropped the 'X' from the name, and it is a nice family car to consider in a competitive segment - there's a lot of equipment and comfort for the money.
ENGINES AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE VAUXHALL CROSSLAND
The Vauxhall Crossland is replacement SUV for the Crossland X and it still retains a long list of trims and engine choices.
The entry-level 1.2-litre petrol engine produces 83 PS and is a good unit to drive around town. The better performer is the turbocharged 1.2-litre petrol unit producing either 110 PS or 130 PS.
There's also a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine producing either 110 PS or 120 PS.
Emissions for the petrol engine range from 139g/km to 143g/km. The diesel engine has emissions of either 126g/km or 136g/km.
The more powerful engines deliver a responsive drive, particularly on motorways and they will meet most people's needs for a good car leasing performance.
EQUIPMENT AND HANDLING FOR THE VAUXHALL CROSSLAND
The Vauxhall Crossland car lease features the firm's new design language, which first appeared with the all-new Mokka. The 'Vizor' design gives the Crossland a futuristic look and the car is an upgrade from the previous Crossland X.
There's a wide choice of trims with standard equipment including automatic lighting, LED headlights and 16-inch bi-colour wheels. The cabin has also been well-designed and resembles the previous model's creation with a seven-inch touchscreen with smartphone compatibility.
The entry-level model also features lane departure warning and speed sign recognition. The SE Nav Premium has a reversing camera, parking sensors and LED fog lights. There's also ergonomic seating for enhanced comfort and the dashboard has an impressive eight-inch touchscreen that has satnav.
Other models come with dark tinted rear windows and contrasting roof colours.
There's also a better infotainment system for the higher-spec cars along with leather seats, a heated steering wheel and heated front seats.
The Crossland car lease trim the Elite Nav, has a panoramic rear-view camera and wireless mobile phone charging.
The range-topper for the new model is the Ultimate Nav which features keyless entry and start, Alcantara seat trim, silver roof rails and Vauxhall's Multimedia Navi Pro system with satnav. The Crossland also features the firm's new Griffin logo and the revamped model has what appears to be a wider stance thanks to the new black tailgate surface.
This is also a very safe car and a sound contract hire choice for families, with automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, and driver drowsiness alert.
The driving dynamics have also been boosted with an improved chassis and this is a comfortable car to drive around town. The steering has also been improved and there's good feedback for this compact SUV, and the comfort levels are high.
Essentially, the Vauxhall Crossland makes for a sound car leasing choice in a competitive segment and there's a lot to like about the price and the list of equipment along with high comfort levels for an enjoyable car to drive.