Vauxhall Crossland X 1.2 83ps Elite Nav Car Leasing 12k 9+23 - £139.98pm - £4677.36 - gateway2lease
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Vauxhall Crossland X 1.2 83ps Elite Nav Car Leasing 12k 9+23 - £139.98pm - £4677.36 - gateway2lease

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Posted 4th Sep
12k miles
Driver Maintained Contract
2019 Model
5 Doors
Petrol - Manual
Metallic Paint Included

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Initial of
£1,259.82 inc VAT followed by
23 x £139.98 inc VAT per month
Fee of 198.00
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(£139.98 x (9 + 23)) + £198 admin fee = £4,677.36 or £194.89/net/month.
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83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous
Horrible looking cars imo
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Wow that's cheap that for what you get. Good deal. So works out at about £195 a month if you take the initial deposit into account

I believe they give this model to people on the motability scheme and they would pay with there allowance at around about £245 a month so it beats that
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 4th Sep
83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous
Horrible looking cars imo
Haha you'll have tractors overtaking you on a hill at 83ps
Edited by: "999kernow" 4th Sep
New Car for a very cheap price... great for someone on a low budget and doesn’t want any hassle.
tommyboy8104/09/2019 20:01

83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging …83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous



At least they didn't call it a GT
I think you got your sums wrong @domyda -

(£139.98 x (9 + 23)) + £198 admin fee = £4,677.36 or £194.89/net/month.
If one needs some cheap motoring but needs 12k miles/year, then a C3 with 82hp may suffice. Comes in at £18.15 less a month than this deal:

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P.S. Yes it's a Citroen, but this Crossland X is a PSA with almost the same output.
efc_4ever04/09/2019 19:56

Wow that's cheap that for what you get. Good deal. So works out at about …Wow that's cheap that for what you get. Good deal. So works out at about £195 a month if you take the initial deposit into accountI believe they give this model to people on the motability scheme and they would pay with there allowance at around about £245 a month so it beats that


Mobility scheme includes insurance, servicing, new tyres if you need them....
Good price, terrible car. Slow even with the 1.5 diesel so this will be even worse.

Edit: sorry I was thinking Grandland X, this will be horrible.
Edited by: "leeeastham" 4th Sep
mayzi04/09/2019 20:33

Mobility scheme includes insurance, servicing, new tyres if you need …Mobility scheme includes insurance, servicing, new tyres if you need them....


True. Good point
tommyboy8104/09/2019 20:01

83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging …83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous


Interesting, why do you say dangerous?
tommyboy8104/09/2019 20:01

83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging …83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous


To be honest I think it’s fine, the problem is people not knowing how to drive ( not anticipating danger, not looking far enough head and not knowing how to filter ) I had an 82bhp Cactus for a couple of years and had no issues, even did a few autobahn runs across Germany and it was quite happy to cruise at 100mph for hours.
Give me 82bhp or 300bhp and It’ll still take the same amount of time to get somewhere ( if I stick to the speed limit )
hamodziatko05/09/2019 06:25

To be honest I think it’s fine, the problem is people not knowing how to d …To be honest I think it’s fine, the problem is people not knowing how to drive ( not anticipating danger, not looking far enough head and not knowing how to filter ) I had an 82bhp Cactus for a couple of years and had no issues, even did a few autobahn runs across Germany and it was quite happy to cruise at 100mph for hours. Give me 82bhp or 300bhp and It’ll still take the same amount of time to get somewhere ( if I stick to the speed limit )


Fake news.... 300bhp will get to the speed limit quicker...so it will be quicker to the destination 😜
Pointlessusername05/09/2019 07:50

Fake news.... 300bhp will get to the speed limit quicker...so it will be …Fake news.... 300bhp will get to the speed limit quicker...so it will be quicker to the destination 😜


Don’t know where you live, but there’s always a posse of slow starters where I live, very rarely have a clear road to just boot it
hamodziatko05/09/2019 06:25

To be honest I think it’s fine, the problem is people not knowing how to d …To be honest I think it’s fine, the problem is people not knowing how to drive ( not anticipating danger, not looking far enough head and not knowing how to filter ) I had an 82bhp Cactus for a couple of years and had no issues, even did a few autobahn runs across Germany and it was quite happy to cruise at 100mph for hours. Give me 82bhp or 300bhp and It’ll still take the same amount of time to get somewhere ( if I stick to the speed limit )


It’s not about top speed, it’s getting up to the same speed as dual carriageway traffic before merging. It’s quite unsettling to be stuck behind someone who has not matched the speed of traffic when joining a busy dual carriageway. There are a few slip roads that I use fairly regularly that are short and uphill. I’ve seen a few near misses because of this. Now I don’t know if this is numpty driving or actually an underpowered car but there are definitely times when you want to be able to accelerate up to 50/60/70 with relative ease.
waby123404/09/2019 22:20

Interesting, why do you say dangerous?


it's clearly dangerous, imagine yourself in this scenario...


You are lined up next to vin diesel, he's driving a dodge charger and you're driving this, you're about to race a quarter mile and there's a train line crossing the road ahead.


ctuk05/09/2019 08:37

it's clearly dangerous, imagine yourself in this scenario...You are lined …it's clearly dangerous, imagine yourself in this scenario...You are lined up next to vin diesel, he's driving a dodge charger and you're driving this, you're about to race a quarter mile and there's a train line crossing the road ahead.


Fair point, I hadn’t considered this scenario.

Vin Diesel won’t be around for long though, the government are going to tax him a lot and then ban him from entering cities.
Edited by: "waby1234" 5th Sep
waby123405/09/2019 08:39

Fair point, I hadn’t considered this scenario.Vin Diesel won’t be around fo …Fair point, I hadn’t considered this scenario.Vin Diesel won’t be around for long though, the government are going to tax him a lot and then ban him from entering cities.


it's easier to ignore the comments, my father in law is of the same opinion, if a car doesn't have a 2 litre engine its under powered and dangerous.
tommyboy8104/09/2019 20:01

83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging …83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous


Even more scary is the torque figure. Just 118Nm. And it's not turbo charged so you'll be wringing it's neck to get that peak figure. Yuck.
More Vauxhall badged misery. Do Vauxhall make a single entertaining, fun car? This is what happens when you don't put effort into sporty models, the range ends up filled with dismal machinery only designed for aging plodders and 5 children mothers.
stuellis05/09/2019 08:32

It’s not about top speed, it’s getting up to the same speed as dual car …It’s not about top speed, it’s getting up to the same speed as dual carriageway traffic before merging. It’s quite unsettling to be stuck behind someone who has not matched the speed of traffic when joining a busy dual carriageway. There are a few slip roads that I use fairly regularly that are short and uphill. I’ve seen a few near misses because of this. Now I don’t know if this is numpty driving or actually an underpowered car but there are definitely times when you want to be able to accelerate up to 50/60/70 with relative ease.


Well said, the scenario here in Cornwall is this type of vehicle's inability to over take tractors, busses, caravans or pushbikes making life hell on our roads
83ps will be like driving a brick. What is it 1969?
tommyboy8104/09/2019 20:01

83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging …83ps is just not enough power in a car like this. I would say its verging on dangerous


Had a Focus 1.6 petrol 105bhp a couple of years back and it couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding.
Dangerous joining motorways often having to change down to 3rd and flooring it just to change lanes.
ctuk05/09/2019 08:41

it's easier to ignore the comments, my father in law is of the same …it's easier to ignore the comments, my father in law is of the same opinion, if a car doesn't have a 2 litre engine its under powered and dangerous.



But this is genuinely under powered and dangerous!
.MUFC.05/09/2019 10:56

But this is genuinely under powered and dangerous!



ctuk05/09/2019 08:37

it's clearly dangerous, imagine yourself in this scenario...You are lined …it's clearly dangerous, imagine yourself in this scenario...You are lined up next to vin diesel, he's driving a dodge charger and you're driving this, you're about to race a quarter mile and there's a train line crossing the road ahead.


I know, I already agreed
ctuk05/09/2019 11:01

I know, I already agreed


My bad, misread tbh if you stuck a turbo on it it would be ok
Had one as a hire car. Hideous car, don't do it!
Vauxhall and ford have consistently pumped out some of the ugliest cars IV ever seen on recent models. I owned a 55 plate astra and it was hands down a better looking car than anything they make in 2019.
jon6705/09/2019 10:55

Had a Focus 1.6 petrol 105bhp a couple of years back and it couldn't pull …Had a Focus 1.6 petrol 105bhp a couple of years back and it couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding.Dangerous joining motorways often having to change down to 3rd and flooring it just to change lanes.


We've got the same problem in a Vitara 1.6 petrol. It struggles up steep hills in second. Dangerous.
stuellis05/09/2019 08:32

It’s not about top speed, it’s getting up to the same speed as dual car …It’s not about top speed, it’s getting up to the same speed as dual carriageway traffic before merging. It’s quite unsettling to be stuck behind someone who has not matched the speed of traffic when joining a busy dual carriageway. There are a few slip roads that I use fairly regularly that are short and uphill. I’ve seen a few near misses because of this. Now I don’t know if this is numpty driving or actually an underpowered car but there are definitely times when you want to be able to accelerate up to 50/60/70 with relative ease.


Trust me it’s a numpty driving, the 82bhp cactus with 2 up could filter onto a motorway and arrive at safe speed to join without causing anyone else to brake.

Some people are just too afraid to give it the beans when needed.
jamesturner28078305/09/2019 12:28

We've got the same problem in a Vitara 1.6 petrol. It struggles up steep …We've got the same problem in a Vitara 1.6 petrol. It struggles up steep hills in second. Dangerous.



You drive a Suzuki and you're calling Ford and Vauxhall's creations ugly?
Have you seen the SX4 S-Cross with its bulbus lights and grille? ...and dont get me started on the Ignis - Thats a modern day Fiat Multipla... Suzukis current creations are gut-wrenchingly bad, this Crossland-X is a beauty queen in comparison to an Ignis, even the loathed Nissan juke is prettier.
118luke05/09/2019 14:53

You drive a Suzuki and you're calling Ford and Vauxhall's creations …You drive a Suzuki and you're calling Ford and Vauxhall's creations ugly?Have you seen the SX4 S-Cross with its bulbus lights and grille? ...and dont get me started on the Ignis - Thats a modern day Fiat Multipla... Suzukis current creations are gut-wrenchingly bad, this Crossland-X is a beauty queen in comparison to an Ignis, even the loathed Nissan juke is prettier.


Pipe down Mr I'll use a generic photo of a range rover as my profile but probably don't drive 1. We've got a Vitara. Looks good, all the trimmings. Not an sx4 that's discontinued. Or an ignis. The new Peugeot 2008 looks very similar but with a better overall finish. Must have done something right with the Vitara. Get back to pretending to own a range rover
jamesturner28078305/09/2019 15:11

Pipe down Mr I'll use a generic photo of a range rover as my profile but …Pipe down Mr I'll use a generic photo of a range rover as my profile but probably don't drive 1. We've got a Vitara. Looks good, all the trimmings. Not an sx4 that's discontinued. Or an ignis. The new Peugeot 2008 looks very similar but with a better overall finish. Must have done something right with the Vitara. Get back to pretending to own a range rover



Pretending to own one no, im not that sad. I can very much assure you i do indeed drive a 2016 Range Rover Sport (and a 2009 Ford Mondeo as my faithful workhorse).
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I'm laughing at all the under powered comments, I drove a 68ps Fiesta van for 5 years notching up over 270K miles with no problems getting up to motorway speeds on slip roads even with a full load.
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