Facelifted Opel Crossland SUV arrives in SA
New Opel distributor launches second model in as many months with arrival of Crossland SUV
The Opel Vizor can be closely linked to iconic Opel models of the past, however it also makes all Opels future ready by providing a space for the sensors and cameras required on modern vehicles.
Organically integrating the grille and headlights, the Opel Vizor of the new Crossland extends in one single sweep, across the front of the vehicle while the legendary lightning-flash emblem dominates the centre.
The makeover also incorporates new dark tinted taillights at the rear and a new high-gloss black tailgate surface, available in combination with the black roof, which makes the Crossland look wider and stronger.
Also new are the front and rear skid plates, LED fog lamps and stylish 16-inch alloy wheels.
Engineers in Russelsheim have developed new damper tuning for the McPherson strut front suspension and the torsion-beam rear axles giving the Opel Crossland a distinctly Opel feel when it comes to the ride and handling.
Inside the Opel Crossland, the updated seven-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system, which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dominates the cabin.
Steering wheel adjustment and multiple way seat-adjustments offer better support for drivers and soft touch materials with chrome and gloss black finishes on the dashboard and interior panels give the Crossland’s interior a more premium feel.
The Crossland SUV-line up includes the Crossland Edition 1.2 60kW five-speed manual, 1.2 Turbo 81kW six-speed Automatic and the Crossland Elegance 1.2 Turbo 81kW six-speed automatic.
The Opel Crossland is available in dealerships now.