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New 2024 Vauxhall Grandland: Price, specs and release date

Written By Richard Aucock

2024 Vauxhall Grandland

The new Vauxhall Grandland is an all-new range-topping family SUV for the British brand that will be offered in both electric and petrol-powered guise.

The new Vauxhall Grandland is notably larger than today’s model, promising more space within along with better-balanced proportions from the outside.

The new Vauxhall Grandland Electric will have a clever, space-efficient battery design, which will offer a range of up to 435 miles.

The new Vauxhall Grandland will also be offered in hybrid and plug-in hybrid guise.

Arriving in UK showrooms later this year, the new Vauxhall Grandland will provide fresh competition to the new Volkswagen Tiguan, Ford Kuga, new Peugeot 5008, Honda CR-V, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Nissan X-Trail and other family-focused SUVs.

2024 Vauxhall Grandland
The new Vauxhall Grandland has cleaner and more elegant lines, that give it a modern and high-tech appearance.
2024 Vauxhall Grandland
The new Vauxhall Grandland has a distinctive front end that includes an illuminated Vauxhall logo and eye-catching LED lighting set into the gloss black 'Vauxhall Vizor'.

New 2024 Vauxhall Grandland: price and release date

The new Vauxhall Grandland will be fully revealed in the summer, ahead of arriving in UK showrooms in autumn 2024. Ordering will open in July.

Prices for the new Vauxhall Grandland are still to be confirmed, but it’s likely to start from around £35,000, placing it in close competition to the Volkswagen Tiguan.

New Vauxhall Grandland Electric prices may start from around £45,000, with new Vauxhall Grandland Plug-in Hybrid prices slotting in between. 

2024 Vauxhall Grandland
The new Vauxhall Grandland has a wide, open plan feel to the interior, with welcoming ambient lighting and plenty of clever storage solutions.

New 2024 Vauxhall Grandland: exterior and interior

The new Vauxhall Grandland has a more elegant and elongated appearance than today’s car. It has sharp, modern feature lines that combine with smooth, curvaceous panels that give it a structured appearance.

At the front, there is a distinctive ‘3D Vizor’. This black panel grille design includes LED ‘Edge Light’ tech including an illuminated Vauxhall logo. The bonnet has a prominent centre crease that blends into the Vauxhall badge, while the bumper design is simple and clean.

The new Vauxhall Grandland has advanced Intelli-Lux Pixel Matrix HD headlights, which have more than 50,000 elements to provide what Vauxhall reckons is industry-leading lighting. The headlights are super-bright and even, and automatically shield oncoming cars so they’re not dazzled.

Other design highlights of the new Vauxhall Grandland include a two-tone floating roof, contrast lower cladding and alloy wheels up to 20 inches in diameter.

At the rear, the new Vauxhall Grandland features illuminated ‘VAUXHALL’ lettering for the first time, as part of the full-width horizontal LED light bar. A neat touch is the lack of chrome model name lettering – instead, ‘GRANDLAND’ is embossed into the tailgate itself.

Inside, the new Vauxhall Grandland is promising plenty of space thanks to a long 2784mm wheelbase and upright rear end. Even with the seats up, the boot measures 550 litres, which is 36 litres up on today’s car. Drop the 40:20:40 folding rear seats and it expands to 1641 litres.

Up front, the new Vauxhall Grandland has an architectural, horizontally-orientated theme, to enhance the feeling of roominess. There is a driver-oriented 16-inch widescreen central display, complemented by a fully digital instrument cluster and an optional Intelli-HUD head-up display.

Cleverly, the new Vauxhall Grandland’s side air vents are integrated into the doors, enhancing the wide and roomy feel. The top of the instrument panel features distinctive surface finishes, and is divided by a built-in LED ‘Edge Light’ similar to that used in the 3D Vizor. The centre of the instrument panel is wrapped in smart textiles.

Super-comfortable seating is promised inside the new Vauxhall Grandland. They are certified by the AGR ‘campaign for healthier backs’ and include clever powered bolstered in the backrests that improve sideways comfort. They also have a patented Intelli-Seat feature that relieves pressure on the tailbone.

In the rear of the Vauxhall Grandland, passengers have 20mm more legroom, while innovative storage solutions feature throughout. The highlight is the ‘Pixel Box’, made from illuminated translucid glass and fabric. It both looks distinctive and is functional – as the wireless smartphone charger is located behind the glass, so it is less likely to be forgotten.

2024 Vauxhall Grandland
The new Vauxhall Grandland is notably bigger than today's model, giving it a more grown up and family-friendly appearance.

New 2024 Vauxhall Grandland: powertrains and performance

The new Vauxhall Grandland offers a fully electrified range of powertrains. There will be a new Vauxhall Grandland Electric, Vauxhall Grandland Plug-in Hybrid and Vauxhall Grandland Hybrid.

The new Vauxhall Grandland Electric will have a range of up to 435 miles with the range-topping 98kWh battery (a cheaper 73kWh battery will also be available). But even the Vauxhall Grandland Plug-in Hybrid will have a range of up to 53 miles, with a petrol engine ready for longer trips.

The new Vauxhall Grandland Hybrid will use 48-volt technology that combines a 28PS electric motor with a 136PS 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol engine and new six-speed DCT automatic gearbox. Expect fuel economy of over 50mpg.

The new Vauxhall Grandland will be better to drive than today’s car, thanks to its all-new chassis that includes innovative frequency-selective damping. They promise to offer gliding comfort over potholes, along with sharper responses when cornering.

The new Vauxhall Grandland will also include an array of driver assistance tech. This will include optional Intelli-Drive 2.0 that gives semi-autonomous driving, and ‘Recommended Speed Adaptation’ that automatically adjusts the speed when a new limit is reached.

Full performance and range details of the new Vauxhall Grandland will be confirmed in the summer.

Vauxhall Grandland 2023 Review - front

Find a used Vauxhall Grandland for sale

The current Vauxhall Grandland received an extensive facelift in 2022 and a used Vauxhall Grandland is a compelling good-value buy. You’re now able to get a 2022 1.2-litre turbo model for under £19,000, and even the fuel-saving hybrid version can be found from around £22,000. GS trim has sporty looks, while Ultimate comes with pretty much everything as standard. If you want to spend a little less, look for the pre-facelift model, which was called Vauxhall Grandland X – prices start from around £10,000. 

Looking for more new car news?

Want a Vauxhall SUV that's a bit smaller than the new Grandland? Well, you're in luck, as the firm has recently revealed the new Vauxhall Frontera. We also have news here at heycar on how the new Vauxhall Mokka Electric is more than £7k cheaper, and how £5k has been cut from the Honda e:Ny1. In other news, the new Ford Puma is a refreshed version of Ford’s best-selling new car that arrives in time for spring 2024. Meanwhile, the Volkswagen ID.7 has recently become better value with the launch of a new Volkswagen ID.7 Match variant. 

The new Vauxhall Grandland is based on the Stellantis STLA Medium BEV-native platform. This is the same architecture that’s used in other high-tech new models such as the new Peugeot 3008 and Peugeot e-3008.

The new Vauxhall Grandland has grown up, gaining 170mm in overall length to measure 4650mm long. This makes it more competitive with rivals such as the Volkswagen Tiguan.

The new Vauxhall Grandland Electric will be available with a huge range-topping 98kWh battery. This will give it a very impressive maximum range of up to 435 miles.  


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