Five-star safety from new Vauxhall Crossland X | Awards - Car News Nov 2017


12:23 Friday 17 Nov 2017

The new Vauxhall Crossland X has earned top five-star safety marks in Euro NCAP crash test.

The new SUV performed well in all four of the areas included in the safety test, scoring maximum points for adult and child occupant protection in the side barrier tests. Euro NCAP puts new models through their paces in adult occupant protection, child occupant protection, pedestrian protection and safety assist categories, and systems such as Front Camera System, Traffic Sign Recognition, and Lane Departure Warning, the Crossland X impressed the testers. Optional safety features of the Crossland X range include Forward Collision Alert with pedestrian detection and Automatic Braking, Driver Drowsiness Detection, 180-degree Panoramic Rear-View Camera, Side Blind Spot Alert, and LED headlights delivering optimum night-time visibility without dazzling other drivers.

The Crossland X made its showroom debut this summer, joining the Mokka X a Vauxhall SUV line up which is due to expand even further with the arrival of the larger Grandland X in the new year.


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