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The Vauxhall Crossland X is packed with high-tech features that make driving easier and safer With smart technology that's designed to make driving easier and safer, Vauxhall's midsize SUV is perfect for busy families

The Vauxhall at Crossland X has been designed to take the pressure off driving, allowing you to spend more time focusing on the comfort and safety of your family.

An advanced 8-inch Navi 5.0 Intellilink touchscreen with sat nav – standard on navigation models but available as an option on other trims – keeps you straight and narrow while smartphone connectivity is kept entertained and connected to the outside world.

A choice of driver assistance systems including cruise control with a speed limiter, traffic sign recognition and Lane Departure Warning are standard to help you stay safer on the road, while parking sensors and an optional rearview camera to help you navigate the urban jungle with your little monsters.

However, there are a number of engines that have enough power to keep cars that are packed to the rafters on the move while still delivering the fuel economy that keeps you out of gas stations.

But don't just take our word for it. We gave the Crossland X in two of the toughest critics we could find - Garvey (aged 7) and Su (aged 9) - to see what they made of high-tech driving features.

To find out more about Vauxhall Crossland Hotel, head to Vauxhall.co.uk

Style and features that stand out

The sleek, muscular design of the Vauxhall x bathrooms – with a choice of bright metallic paint and roof color combinations, as well as signature LED daytime running lights – sets you apart from the rest of the package.

Inside, the Crossland X is packed with lots of smart features and convenience for everyday driving and longer trips more convenient, comfortable and safer.

It all starts with an interior that's spacious and flexible enough to fit whatever life - and your family - throws at you, with plenty of smart little storage, cup holders and cubby holes. The interior of the Crossland X is also incredibly durable: perfect for even the muckiest little monsters.

The infotainment system's large 7-inch touchscreen features a clean, uncluttered dashboard, with smartphone connectivity via USB and Bluetooth, enabling features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as voice control for calls and texts.

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Navigation models add an 8-inch Navi 5.0 Intellilink touchscreen display system that includes satellite navigation with European coverage and 3D street-level mapping – ideal for navigating the concrete jungle or even further, to more exotic lands. You can also choose to add a six-speaker premium audio system and a separate subwoofer amplifier for energetic in-car choir singing.

Space for the whole family – and more

As any parent knows, space is arguably the most valuable commodity in a family car, and the Crossland X Hotel's Vauxhall has a large load area, indicating its compact exterior dimensions.

There's up to 410 liters of luggage space and 793mm of load length with the 60:40 split rear seats up, and like 1,255 liters and 1,483mm of load length with them folded. You can also add a versatility package that has a sliding rear bench with a central ski flap for even more boot options.

Plus, to carry and protect your most important cargo, you get dual ISOFIX child seat mounts in the rear with child-proof locks on the rear doors.

Keeping all family members comfortable is also the key to a successful family trip, and Vauxhall's Crossland X has been designed with long trips in all weathers in mind. The optional ergonomic active front seats feature 16-way adjustment and lumbar support for the driver, earning them the Seal of Approval from the CMA campaign for a healthy back.

The dual-zone electronic climate control system allows you to control the temperature between driver and passenger. You also have the choice of adding a winter package with heated front seats and a heated leather steering wheel – heated front or windshield – for extremely cold winter days.

Performance that doesn't break the bank

Under the hood, a choice of three 1,2-liter naturally aspirated and turbo diesel engines are available with 130PS and 230Nm of torque. Depending on which option you go for, these gasoline engines offer fuel economy as high as 44,8 mpg (combined) and CO2 emissions as low as 106 g/km.

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In addition, there is also a 1.5-liter TurboD diesel engine. Available with either 102PS or 120PS, these diesels offer a great choice of even better fuel economy – up to 61,4 mpg (combined) on a 102PS engine – or slightly more ground for large family loads.

The Vauxhall Crossland 'x' chassis has been engineered to offer responsive and engaging handling on the open road, without sacrificing ride or comfort. And, when it comes to tight and twisty city streets and parking lots, front and rear parking sensors and a front and rear camera are available on select trims.

There are also a host of safety features including lane warning and speed recognition sign - which come as standard, and you also have the option of adding a suite of safety forward collision alerts and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian recognition for added peace of mind.

Driver-friendly features such as automatic headlights and wipers, hill start assist and cruise control with speed limiter and cruise control all help take the worry out of driving, giving you more time to focus on the people who really important is your family.

To find out more about Vauxhall Crossland Hotel, head to Vauxhall.co.uk

Fuel consumption figures are determined in accordance with the WLTP test cycle.

CO2 emission indicators are determined according to the WLTP test cycle. However, the government has applied a formula to bring these numbers back to being under the former NEDC test cycle that WLTP is replacing. Then the correct tax regime applies.

The figures are for comparability purposes only. Fuel consumption can be achieved under real driving conditions, and CO2 will depend on a number of factors, including accessories installed after registration, changes in driving style, weather conditions and vehicle loading. Only compare fuel consumption and CO2 emissions with other vehicles tested using the same technical procedures.

For more information on official fuel consumption and CO2 values ​​and cycle-specific fuel consumption and CO2 figures please visit www.vauxhall.co.uk/wltp

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