Vauxhall is introducing in the UK the newly revised Grandland, the compact SUV that has sold well in recent years.

The new Vauxhall Grandland is now ready to order, with full specs and pricing announced. The new Grandland comes in SE, SRi, Elite, and Ultimate trim levels, with new technology, cheaper price, and a variety of efficient petrol, diesel, and plug-in hybrid powertrains.

The new Grandland PHEV is now available from £34,365 ($47,340), marking a saving of over £6,000 ($8,265) over the previous model, with consumers benefiting from up to 192mpg and 34 miles of EV driving range, with the remainder of the Grandland line-up starts from only £25,500 ($35,125).

Vauxhall’s flagship SUV also includes numerous innovative technology and support systems formerly reserved for premium segments of the market, such as adaptive LED headlights. The 168 LED elements result in a smooth and intelligent adjustment of the light beam to the driving circumstances and surroundings, without blinding approaching vehicles.

Night Vision technology is also available on new Grandland models, a first for Vauxhall, with the system capable of identifying people and animals in darkness at a distance of up to 100m (328 ft) and alerting the driver. Vauxhall has also ensured that the new Grandland has the latest in semi-adaptive driving, and is available with Highway Integration Assist, which keeps the new Grandland in the middle of its lane and maintains the distance to the vehicle in front, as well as allowing for “stop and go” traffic.

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The new Grandland‘s exterior now incorporates Vauxhall’s strong new design language, with the unique Vizor trim element on the front of the car and the new Griffin emblem prominently positioned in the centre, surrounded by sleek LED lighting units and robust bumpers.

The new interior includes Vauxhall’s new Pure Panel cockpit with two widescreen screens for the most up-to-date digital experience. Pure Panel is built with cutting-edge digital technologies and shows the most critical information directly to the driver. A display up to 12 inches in size ahead of the driver provides vital information with little distraction, while the centre 10-inch display handles all infotainment through a touchscreen. All models include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features for smartphone connectivity.

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The Grandland Plug-in Hybrid, with its 1.6-litre petrol engine and electric motor delivering a combined 225PS, leads the powertrain lineup, offering up to 192mpg and an electric driving range of up to 34 miles.  The new Vauxhall Grandland PHEV is offered in sporty SRi or Elite trim levels.

Also available with either a gasoline or diesel engine. A 1.2-litre Turbo petrol (130PS) and a 1.5-litre Turbo D diesel are available (130PS). Petrol versions have a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic transmission, while diesel models have an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Grandland SE models come standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, a seven-inch Pure Panel colour touchscreen, and a driver display of the same size. DAB, Bluetooth, cruise control, electronic parking brake, electric folding mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, and automatic lighting and wipers are all standard features.

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Sportier Grandland SRi models include 18-inch gloss black alloy wheels and a 12-inch Pure Panel driver display with a 10-inch central touchscreen. A 180-degree rear-view camera, high gloss black colour-coded roof, roof rails, wheel arch cladding, skid plates, bumper inserts, and emblems, as well as dark tinted windows, are also incorporated to accentuate the sporty appearance.

Grandland Elite trims add 19-inch Bi-Colour alloy wheels as well as additional technology such as LED Matrix automatic front lighting, wireless phone charging, advanced park assist, side blind spot alert, keyless entry and start, and a power tailgate, while inside occupants receive advanced Ergo Active front seats.

Range-topping Grandland Ultimate trim levels include Alcantara upholstery and a 360-degree camera with high-gloss black exterior lettering.

The new Vauxhall Grandland SE on the road pricing starts at £25,500 ($35,125), the SRi at £27,540 ($37,940), the Elite at £29,190 ($42,210), and the Ultimate at £31,130 ($42,885).