Saturday October 31, 2020

Crossland X makes its mark

Those Xs appearing in car names pretty much describe the intended audience: grown-up generation Xers

11th June, 2017
The new Opel Crossland X offers down-to-earth honesty

SUVs and crossovers represent the hottest segment in the marketplace presently, and Opel’s catching up and plugging some gaps in its line-up. Once focusing on MPVs across all sizes, the firm’s focus has sharply shifted to upright, chunky crossovers. The Mokka X was first, followed by the Crossland X tested here and there will be the Grandland X above them both.

Those Xs pretty much describe the intended audience: grown-up generation...

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