Opel has opened order books for the new Crossland with a starting price of just 18,995 euros.
Its engine range includes the units with displacements of 1.2 and 1.5 litres, with power from 83 to 130 hp (petrols), 110 and 120 hp (diesels).
The small crossover has a high level of interior transformation, according to the automaker.
The sliding and reclining rear seats fold out 60/40 and extend 150 mm, increasing the boot capacity from 410 litres to the best-in-class 520 litres. Folding down the rear seats increases cargo space to 1255 litres.
There are four trim levels for the new Opel Crossland: Edition, Elegance, a new GS, and a top Ultimate.
Depending on the equipment, the price for the crossover varies from 18,995 to 27,830 euros. This is for the German market, where dealers have already started taking orders for the new model.
LED headlights come standard, along with front and rear parking sensors, as well as a rearview camera and a 7-inch Multimedia Radio infotainment system.
Opel’s engineers have made changes to the Crossland chassis. In particular, They applied a new damping setting. Steering precision has been improved.
Starting from 2021, the buyers of the Crossland will be able to optionally order an IntelliGrip adaptive traction control system. It improves driving dynamics and ensures optimal traction and stability on all types of surfaces.