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faz18
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Post by faz18 » Sun Mar 13, 2022 5:24 pm

Hi guys,

The original grandland was my first ever new car, I had a entire nav trim 1.2. 18 plate - kept for 2.5 years

Then I got a brand new mokka 2021 1.2 launch edition. 1 year

Now I’m getting a brand new grandland 1.2 ultimate trim 1.2 auto.

Anyone else getting one?

GRANDLANDX68
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Post by GRANDLANDX68 » Sun Mar 13, 2022 5:42 pm

Hey faz18

I am deciding to stick with my Grandland 68 plate for the moment as its got everything I need. I like the look of the new Grandland though maybe in a few years time.
Vauxhall Grandland X 2018 68 1.2 Elite Nav in Moonstone Grey with Intelligrip Adaptive Traction System
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DaPa
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Post by DaPa » Sun Mar 13, 2022 8:37 pm

Yep, GS Line 1.2 Auto in Black.

Due end of May '22 (hopefully) :-)

faz18
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Post by faz18 » Sun Mar 20, 2022 9:53 pm

GRANDLANDX68 wrote:
Sun Mar 13, 2022 5:42 pm
Hey faz18

I am deciding to stick with my Grandland 68 plate for the moment as its got everything I need. I like the look of the new Grandland though maybe in a few years time.
Nice! Yeah if you’ve got everything don’t really need an upgrade. Only reason I’m going back was mokka looks nice but miss the room the grandland gave :-)

faz18
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Post by faz18 » Sun Mar 20, 2022 9:55 pm

DaPa wrote:
Sun Mar 13, 2022 8:37 pm
Yep, GS Line 1.2 Auto in Black.

Due end of May '22 (hopefully) :-)
I was told I’ll get mine April then was told no idea can’t get a build date allocated lol

Dave296
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Post by Dave296 » Sun Jun 26, 2022 1:57 pm

After picking my GS Line 1.2 automatic up on 9th June, it's now got just over 600 miles on the clock after a week away. Very happy with it. At 60/65 mph on motorway and good A road running it was turning in mid 50's MPG. Overall mid 40's.

Mikenkay
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Post by Mikenkay » Mon Jun 27, 2022 4:04 pm

I spoke to the dealer today and they fobbed me off with materials supplies but when I explained purchases I make on behalf of my company involving chips and that we don't see the delays Vauxhall is experiencing he started on a different track. He said they used to get S codes to track the cars but now they just get told on a Wednesday whats happening that week. I asked if they had adequate orders to do a production run and he responded saying Vauxhall had changed shifts in the factory to become more efficient (reduce costs?). He went onto say any new buyers are being told hey cannot give a guaranteed delivery date.
In terms of my vehicle which was due July he said any cars coming in August can be registered in September.

Patience is required

Bigrobxxx
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Post by Bigrobxxx » Tue Jun 28, 2022 9:01 am

I have a 2022 ultimate model seems a nice car my only concern is you can’t open the boot from the inside!! You have to turn the engine of and use the key or stand there like a tool waving your leg under it!! Anybody else have any bugbears on their new Grandland????

Dave296
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Post by Dave296 » Tue Jun 28, 2022 10:44 am

So far I'm happy with it. One of the things I dislike is that if you take out the polystyrene tray with the puncture repair kit in it and replace it with a spare wheel, the boot floor is very unsteady in its top position and collapses if any weight is put on it. On my 2019 Grandland this floor was solid. I've manged to solve the problem by putting some spare laminate floor panels underneath. A free fix!!

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