All-New Opel Crossland X Undercuts Mokka X By €2,140 In Germany

Opel has opened the order books for the new Crossland X in Germany, with other markets to follow soon.

The most basic version of the new sub-compact SUV carries a starting price of €16,850 ($17,787), meaning that it is €2,140 ($2,259) cheaper than the entry-level Mokka X.

Opel has yet to detail each and every trim level, but states that the newcomer is offered with a choice five engines. These include the 81 PS (80 HP) 1.2-liter petrol, and the 1.2-liter turbo petrol, in two different drive variants: 110 PS (108 HP) and 205 Nm (151 lb-ft) of torque, and 130 PS (128 HP) and 230 Nm (170 lb-ft) of torque. The latter needs 9.1 sec to hit 100 km/h (62 mph), and tops out at 206 km/h (128 mph).

Available from €19,300 ($20,373), the cheapest diesel is the 1.6-liter with 99 PS (98 HP) and 254 Nm (187 lb-ft) of torque, which is joined by a 120 PS (118 HP) and 300 Nm (221 lb-ft) of torque variant. Depending on the selected model, the Crossland X can be had with either a five-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic.

Opel also offers OnStar services starting with the Edition grade, and in addition to the 24-hour emergency call service, and remote control operation of door locks, it also marks the introduction of a personal service that allows users to contact an advisor to choose a hotel and make a reservation, or find a parking space.

Other available features are the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, IntelliLink inftainment with an up to 8-inch color touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, and wireless inductive charging.


  • So it’s a full of tech it wouldn’t have if it was made py PSA.

    • Jp

      Sorry buddy, this car is actually made on a PSA platform, and has PSA engines.

      • Thanks buddy. Sadly the infotainment system of GM is way better than what you find on PSA cars. And yes this car is the child of what was supposed to be a great deal between PSA and GM. Still the two groups shared platform and engines but made their own development. PSA is heading in a good direction, but GM managed to take technology usely found in premium cars in more mainstream cars. Sure PSA does the same, but when you use them. Performance of those is a joke.

    • Androuffle

      It’s actually based on the PF1 PSA platform…

  • Six_Tymes

    Love it. and the price is right.

  • Felipe Politano

    Well, just NOW the Crossland’s positioning is starting to make sense, since it was probably supposed to be Opel’s only mini CUV in foreign markets once the brans was bought by PSA. I mean, they probably knew the deal would go through all the way, and came up with another model in the same bracket as the Mokka but in a different outsourced platform just so that once the PSA deal was in place – and their agreement on not selling GM-based competng vehicles in markets where Chevrolets are being sold – they would have a crossover to sell.