Opel Grandland X Starts at €23,700; €26,500 for Diesel
Opel has opened the order books for its newest product, the Grandland X crossover, revealing that it will carry a starting price of €23,700 (including VAT in Germany) for the base model powered by the 1.2-liter all-aluminum Turbo gasoline engine and a starting price of €26,500 for the base model powered by the 1.6-liter diesel.
While the Opel Grandland X was initially revealed in full back in April, it has yet to make its public debut and will not do so until the International Motor Show in Frankfurt this September. It is anticipated that the Grandland X will be available to customers soon thereafter.
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Opel has not yet revealed pricing for upper level trims, but it did reveal price points for some of the Grandland X’s optional equipment. On the interior, an AGR-certified ergonomic driver’s seat will be available starting at €390 for the base model and will be offered as standard equipment for the Grandland X INNOVATION trim.
The INNOVATION trim will also be offered standard with safety features including Forward Collision Warning with Automatic Emergency Braking and pedestrian detection, 360-degree Camera, Advanced Park Assist, and Driver Drowsiness Alert. Adaptive Cruise Control with stop functionality will be available for an additional €800.
It was also revealed that a panoramic glass sunroof will be available for an extra €700, and that an eight-speaker Denon premium sound system with subwoofer will be available for €580. Opel also revealed that it “will be expanding the Grandland X powertrain portfolio in the near future” beyond the two current offerings.
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