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You Should Take A Look Inside The Opel Crossland X

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The Opel Crossland X is one car that has made great strides towards combining a wide range of elements to make it enviable, practical and lovely. Let’s begin with the fact that this is a good-looking car by all means. Beauty here isn’t relative. It only means one thing:a car with curvy outlines, pronounced curviness and built to impress.

The Crossland carries a 1.2-liter engine. A six-speed auto gearbox helps to deliver either 81 hp or 110 hp. You can also choose the larger 1.6-litre CDTi diesel engine which will give you 99 hp or 120 hp.

Safety features are among key selling points for the Crossland. Besides the lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, rear parking sensors and hill start assist, you also get a flashing light from the screen when you get too close to the car in front. This way, you can be more alert.

This is a vehicle that packs a lot of simplicity yet making very practical to enjoy SUV utilities. The spacious headroom and legroom for the driver and passengers makes ensures you still enjoy a long journey within superior comfort.

In the automotive industry, things work very well when the manufacturer distinguishes themselves with elements that are workable. There are a few that can be picked from the Crossland X; comfort, space and simple safety features.

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