Opel has just launched, in Portugal, the renewed Opel Grandland, with a retouched design, better technologies, in addition to a new plug-in hybrid engine, announcing, among other arguments, a maximum power of 300 hp. All this, accompanied by several special launch offers, along with the Class 1 guarantee on tolls.
Already available at the brand’s national dealerships, the Opel Grandland underwent a renovation, which immediately brought it closer to what is the latest design language in force at the Rüsselsheim brand. And that goes through the adoption of the nowadays emblematic Opel Vizor, to mark the front of this crossover of larger dimensions, accompanied by the IntelliLux LED Pixel headlamps.
In the cabin, the integration of the Pure Panel, another of the technological elements that mark the new generation of vehicles of the brand of lightning and that seeks to offer a more innovative driving experience. And to which is added, then, the debut of the Night Vision technology, a system that can detect pedestrians and animals in the dark, up to 100 meters away, alerting the driver, from there, to their presence.
The Grandland now sports Opel’s new 100% digital panel, dubbed the Pure Panel
Also present is the Highway Integration Assist system, a technology that manages to keep the Grandland in the center of the lane, while maintaining the distance to the vehicle in front.
As for the engines, which include 1.5 diesel and 1.2 liter gasoline engines with 130 hp, both associated with an 8-speed automatic transmission or, alternatively, in the case of the gasoline block, with a six-speed manual gearbox, highlight, in particular, for the introduction of two plug-in hybrid propulsion systems, originating from the Stellantis group itself, and both combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
With new design and technologies. Opel presents the renovated Grandland
The difference between these two PHEV engines is the fact that the less powerful, with “only” 225 hp, is offered with exclusively front-wheel drive, while the more powerful, with 300 hp, comes as standard with permanent all-wheel drive.
From €33,680… on gasoline
Available from now at national dealerships, with four equipment levels – Business, GS Line, Elegance and Ultimate -, the new Opel Grandland is proposed with an entry price of €33,680, with the hybrid version starting at €46,940. €.
The new Grandland also gains more technology, along with new PHEV engines
At the same time, Opel Portugal offers special purchase conditions, of this or another Opel, through its FlexiOpel credit program, through which any private customer can enjoy, for a period between three to four years, a Grandland, for a monthly fee of €340. In addition to this facility, there is also the promise of an additional valuation of the take-back vehicle and, in the case of plug-in hybrid engines, the offer of an EDP charging card with 1,800 kWh.
Also included is the Flexcare Easy maintenance program and an 8-year or 160,000 km warranty.
For companies, the proposal is made through the Free2Move lease agreement, with which the Grandland becomes available from €375/month, with maintenance included, unlimited tires, 24-hour assistance, 8 years or 160,000 km, as well as the offer of a 7.4 kW wallbox.
The Opel Grandland is now available from €33,680… on petrol