Opel Grandland X Gets OPC Line Treatment And Original Accessories

The youngest member of the Opel X family, the Grandland X, is ready to take its occupants on all sorts of different outdoor adventures with an array of optional extras.

The kit includes the now basic roof box, available in different sizes and designs, which increases the compact crossover’s storage volume by up to 460 liters (16.2cu-ft). This adds up to the 1,652 liters (58.3cu-ft) of boot volume, with the rear seats folded down.

Opel Grandland X owners can also order the bike rack, which allows for bicycles to be transported easily and safely. Additionally, those into water sports can have their equipment stowed on the roof with the aluminum surfboard carrier that costs €99.90 ($123) in Germany, tax included. Ski and snowboard carriers are also offered for those who prefer the winter scenery.

Keeping the rear of the vehicle organized is a practical tray for the cargo space. It costs €70.50 ($87), and is joined by a safety cargo grid that separates the cargo area from the passenger compartment, being available for €217 ($267).

Different FlexConnect solutions are offered as options, along with seats and restraint systems said to be suitable for children of all ages.

Owners looking for a bit more can have the aluminum side steps, splash guards, new alloy wheels in various sizes and patterns, as well as stainless steel pedals from the OPC Line.

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  • Darius Fontenette

    I know it’s larger, but should have been brought over to the U.S as a Buick, not the Envision.

    • Adi

      Grandland X has nothing to do with GM. It’s based on PSA platform.

  • Six_Tymes

    this is great. I wish it was available here in the US as seen here