The gasoline range starts with the 1.2 l 81 lb block approved for 5.1 l / 100 km and 114 g / km of CO2. Then comes the 1.2 l turbo, declined in two versions developing 110 and 130 hp. In the first case, the engine is at 4.8 l / 100 km and 109 g / km of CO2 in manual gearbox and at 5.3 l / 100 km and 121 g / km of CO2 in six-speed automatic transmission. In the second case, Opel announces a consumption of 5 l / 100 km and CO2 emissions of 114 g / km in a six-speed manual transmission.
Aesthetically, the Opel Crossland X marries a front face very close to that of the Mokka X with a rear part recalling the Adam with the design of its flag “floating”. The car reverts to the high ground clearance and body protections typical of SUVs.
According to Opel, the Sports Tourer makes the Insignia a perfect long distance transport, which is why Opel has extended the range of its OnStar telematics service. If, in the course of the journey, a person calls a counselor, in the future they will be able not only to request an itinerary from the call center staff but also to book a hotel.
Pending the presentation, probably in Frankfurt, of the Grandland X, which will complement this SUV range at the Blitz and which will allow Opel to enter fully into the new PSA era; The Crossland is expected to arrive shortly in the concessions, with tariffs normally below the Mokka X.