Ease of use is there with the 15 centimeter sliding rear seat. This allows the luggage space to be increased from 410 to 520 liters. If you fold the rear seat, you will get 1,255 liters of capacity.
New springs and dampers should improve the handling of the compact SUV. The steering column contains a new intermediate shaft for more precision and feel in the steering. IntelliGrip adaptive traction control aims to improve handling on different types of surfaces.
The infotainment connects with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and smartphones can now be charged wirelessly. OpelConnect brings real-time traffic information and current fuel prices into the car. If required, adaptive LED headlamps with cornering lights, high beam assistant and automatic level control provide better visibility in the dark.
There is a choice of petrol and diesel engines with a cylinder capacity of 1.2 or 1.5 liters. A new sporty variant is the GS Line, which includes black 16-inch alloy wheels, a black roof, a red stripe along the roof line, AGR seats (Aktion Gesunder Rücken, an initiative of German physiotherapists), LED rear lights and roof rails. Early next year, the new Opel Crossland will be at Dutch dealers.