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New range-topping Ultimate trim joins Vauxhall Crossland X range

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Vauxhall has topped off its Crossland X range with the addition of a new ‘Ultimate’ trim level.

The new crossover features generous standard equipment and unique styling additions, and starts from £22,480.

The Crossland X Ultimate can be specced with a choice of two engines – both 1.2-litre petrol units. The entry-level version is a 108bhp unit mated to five-speed manual or automatic gearboxes, while those after a little more shunt can opt for the more powerful 128bhp engine paired with a six-speed manual. Both feature stop/start tech and return 57.3 and 55.4mpg respectively.

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Ultimate trim can be spotted from the outside thanks to diamond-cut 17-inch alloy wheels, alloy-effect front and rear skid plates and silver roof rails. For added prestige, customers can also specify a fixed panoramic glass roof. Also standard fare are full LED headlights.

Inside, the Crossland X gains Vauxhall’s latest Navi 5.0 IntelliLink infotainment system. It’s an eight-inch touchscreen unit with navigation as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity. Leather upholstery is also standard, as are heated front seats and a heated steering wheel.

On the safety front, the Crossland X comes with a driver drowsiness system, forward collision alert and autonomous emergency braking.

The new Crossland X Ultimate is available to order now.