All Grandland X models now come with a five-year/150 000km warranty. While this will be a permanent fixture for the SUV model, all other Opel models sold during July and August will also receive the five-year warranty as a promotional offer, while vehicles sold thereafter will revert back to the regular three-year/120 000km coverage.
Furthermore, the Grandland X 1.6T Enjoy automatic variant has received a specification upgrade from July onwards, the mid-range model now gaining 18-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, aluminium roof rails and front fog lights as standard. As before, the features list also includes an IntelliLink touchscreen infotainment system, auto climate control, cruise control, Headlamp High-Beam Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition and six airbags, among other features.
But that’s not all. Opel will also be offering a Plus Package for the Enjoy, which offers various additional options, such as leather seats, which are also power adjustable for the front occupants (R22 000), a panoramic sunroof (R11 000) and upgraded Nav 5.0 IntelliLink Infotainment system (R12 000).
All Grandland X derivatives continue to be powered by a 1.6-litre turbopetrol engine, rated at 121kW and 240Nm, and paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
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