- Popular: More than half a million units have already rolled off the production line
- Flexible: Sliding rear seat and up to 1,255 litres of boot volume
- Clear and bold: Crossland with unmistakable Opel Vizor and striking rear end
There are many reasons for its success: At a length of just 4.22 meters, the Opel Crossland combines maximum interior variability with plenty of space for the whole family. This is ensured, among other things, by the 60/40 split-folding rear seat bench, which can be moved longitudinally by up to 150 millimetres, depending on the variant. This increases the boot volume from 410 to 520 litres in no time at all. If the rear seats are folded down completely, there is even room for 1,255 litres.
In addition, it comes with numerous assistance systems that make driving in the Crossland relaxed and safe. The standard electronic helpers include Intelligent Cruise Control and Speed Limiter, Lane Keep Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition, as well as bright LED headlights. Systems such as Forward collision alert with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, Driver Drowsiness Alert, Head-up Display, 180-degree Panorama Rear View Camera, IntelliGrip adaptive traction control and more are also available.
The Crossland not only impresses with its versatility and top technologies, but also with its modern look. Since last year, it has been sporting the unmistakable new Opel design, including the Vizor: For example, only a few elements such as the characteristic Opel Blitz are visible; the front looks as if it has been cast from a single mold and is visually wider. The rear view is equally clear and boldly designed to catch the eye. Here, the Crossland has been confidently bearing its name centrally on the tailgate since the beginning of 2021. In Germany, the extensively equipped Opel Crossland Elegance starts at 25,540 euros (RRP incl. VAT)1.
The successful model is produced at the Zaragoza plant in Spain. Opel has already announced that the successor, like every new Blitz model, will also be electrified. From 2028 onwards, Opel will purely sell electric vehicles in Europe.
 Opel Crossland Elegance 1.2 Direct Injection Turbo with 81 kW/110 hp and 6-speed manual gearbox. WLTP combined fuel consumption: 6.1-5.7 l/100 km, CO2 emissions 137-129 g/km. The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures mentioned comply with the WLTP homologation (regulation EU 2017/948). From 1 September 2018, new vehicles are type-approved using the World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), which is a new, more realistic test procedure for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The WLTP fully replaces the New European Drive Cycle (NEDC), which was the test procedure used previously. Due to more realistic test conditions, the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions measured under the WLTP are in many cases higher compared to those measured under the NEDC. The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures may vary depending on specific equipment, options and format of tires.