Much cheaper but nothing interesting

Much cheaper but nothing interesting

The Opel Crossland range is enriched by the introduction of access versions that should have some success only among the fleets of some companies and rent-a-car since for a plural use it clearly falls short of engine. The endowment itself may be sufficient for some users.

Under the denomination ‘Crossland’, the new finish is immediately below the Edition level. Standard has air conditioning, DAB radio, USB, control and speed limiter, trip computer, traffic sign reader, reading lights and height-adjustable driver’s seat.

Much cheaper but nothing interesting

Other standard elements are LED daytime running lights, Hill start assist, lane departure warning, electric front windows, central locking with remote control, multifunction steering wheel, heated rear view mirrors, folding rear seat, painted bumpers, etc.

The only engine available is the 1.2 liter with three cylinders and 83 horses of power in combination with a five-speed manual gearbox. The recommended price has been set at € 18,291 although applying promotions can considerably reduce the cost. The difference with the 1.2 Turbo 110 hp and Edition finish is € 3,200 but it is worth it for endowment and benefits.

Note: The photos do not correspond to the basic version

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