Kiwi customers can now place their orders for the Opel Grandland, with the brand today announcing specification and pricing for the new SUV.
The carmaker is driving home the claim that this is arguably the most fuel efficient medium size SUV offered in New Zealand with the model arriving in two variants, the Grandland SRi and Grandland SRi Hybrid (plug-in hybrid).
Both are set to arrive next month wearing a black roof, roof bars and exterior trims, as well as tinted rear windows and 19-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
There’s a 12-inch digital gauge cluster inside and a 10-inch central touchscreen with smartphone connectivity. The seats have been upholstered in black Alcantara and leatherette trim, with both fronts getting six-way adjustability.
The SRi comes with a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine making 96kW while the SRi Hybrid gets a 1.6-litre turbo making 165kW. The SRi Hybrid can also travel up to 60km in fully electric mode.
Other features include a wireless charging pad for devices, a heated steering wheel, an electric tailgate with foot detection, a 360 degree view parking camera, adaptive LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, and semi-autonomous lane positioning assist.
Pricing for the Grandland SRi is from $51,990 while we await to hear how much the SRi Hybrid will go on sale for.
Both variants qualify for the Government’s Clean Car Discount with the SRi getting a rebate of $2181 and the SRi Hybrid shaving $5750 off its price tag.