2021 Opel Crossland Redesigned, Gets Fresh Goodies

The 2021 Crossland will hit the road at the start of next year.


The 2021 Opel Crossland has been updated just like the other model range of PSA. The crossover features a new design language, taking cues from the all-new Mokka. The most prominent of these is the Opel Vizor – a distinct panel that incorporates the radiator grille and headlights and stretches through the whole width of the front. Other changes from Opel include new front and rear skid plates, LED fog lamps, and fresh wheel choices.

New for 2021 is the Crossland GS Line+ model featuring AGR-certified ergonomic seats. The trunk volume is great offering 410 to 520 liters (14.47 to 18.36 cubic feet) with back seats up and 1,255 liters (44.31 cubic feet) with seats folded.

Nothing changed under the hood as the 2021 Opel Crossland comes with a 1.2 turbo gasoline and a 1.5 diesel engines generating between 83 horsepower (61 kilowatts) and 130 hp (96 kW). The gearbox options include a six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic.

Another great thing about the new crossover is Opel’s new IntelliGrip adaptive control system boasting five modes: Normal, Snow, Mud, Sand, and ESP Off.

The 2021 Crossland will hit the road at the start of next year.

Source and Images: Motor1

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