The Opel Grandland X is a newcomer to the segment, but the brand has already added new options to the crossover. Late last month, Opel announced the Grandland X is now available with a 2.0-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine. The engine is now the crossover’s range-topping powertrain.
Paired with an eight-speed automatic, the Grandland X returns fuel consumption under five liters per 100 kilometers driven. And in a world where diesel is under more scrutiny than ever, Opel highlighted the measures taken to ensure it burns as cleanly as possible. The engine provides 177 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque.
Also new is the “Ultimate” trim, which adds more premium equipment as standard. Premium ergonomic seats, leather trim, a Denon premium sound system and 19-inch bi-color wheels are a few of the standard creature comforts housed in the Grandland X Ultimate.
While the Grandland X Ultimate starts at €34,240, the diesel engine option will bump the starting price to €37,320. The compact crossover starts in base trim at €23,700.