THE new Vauxhall Crossland SUV will be priced from £19,060 when it arrives early in 2021.
The line up will stretch to more than 30 variants in six specifications and will top out at £27,490 for an Elite Nav model powered by a 120ps 1.5-litre diesel engine.
All versions of the new Crossland feature Vauxhall's latest design which includes a new 'Vauxhall Vizor' front-end that was first introduced on the latest Mokka.
A single module now runs across the face of the new compact SUV, containing LED lights and anew Griffin logo. At the back, new dark-tinted tail lights and a new high-gloss black tailgate surface give the new Crossland a wider stance.
The new Crossland starts in SE trim and comes as standard with 16-inch bi-colour wheels and LED headlights with auto lighting. Inside, there's a seven-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus lane departure warning and speed sign recognition.
Top-of-the range Ultimate Nav models have Alcantara seat trim, keyless start and entry as well as silver roof rails, alongside Vauxhall's Multimedia Navi Pro with sat nav and a panoramic 180-degree rear view camera. Ultimate Nav prices start from Â£25,615.
Three engines will be available with the entry level versions having 1.2-litre blocks developing 83ps. More powerful turbo versions of the 1.2 engine pump out either 110 or 130ps while the 1.5 diesels have 110 or 120ps on tap.
Emissions range from 126g/km for the lower powered diesel to 143g/km for the higher powered 1.2 petrol when fitted with a six-speed automatic transmission.