Vauxhall extends new

range structure

Vauxhall Crossland Ultimate, 2022, front
Vauxhall Grandland PHEV Ultimate, 2022, front
Vauxhall Insignia GS Line, 2022, front

THE simplified range structure introduced by Vauxhall on its latest Astra is being extended to include the Grandland and Crossland SUVs and its Insignia flagship.

The new range comprises three versions - Design, GS Line and Ultimate.

Design grade features Vauxhall's ‘Bold and Pure' styling and driver assistance technology while GS Line combines sports styling, inside and out, with advanced comfort and convenience technology.

Ultimate trim is an evolution of the GS Line styling and comes with more premium technologies including IntelliLux LED Pixel headLights, side blind spot assist and lane positioning aids.

The new Grandland range starts from £25,810 in Design trim and tops out at £37,375 for a plug-in hybrid model in Ultimate specification.

Crossland prices range from £18,415 to £25,515 and the new Insignia line up starts at £30,720 running to £40,075 for a 2.0-litre diesel model in GS Line trim.


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