Vauxhall has introduced a new Griffin Edition trim to its popular Corsa, Astra and Grandland X models.
The grade, which is named after the Vauxhall emblem, has been offered on the firm’s models in the past and has recently been launched on its commercial vehicle range. Now, though, it’s featuring on some of the brand’s core models, bringing more in the way of standard equipment and style.
Beginning with the Corsa Griffin Edition, which costs from £18,530, this trim level features 17-inch bi-colour alloy wheels, a black roof and spoiler and LED headlights. It also comes with a seven-inch touchscreen and digital dial system of the same size, too. With Vauxhall Contract Hire, it’s also available from £219 per month,
Next up is the Astra Griffin Edition, which is available as a five-door hatchback and as a Sports Tourer (estate), with prices starting from £19,245. Models feature 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, a contrasting black roof and tinted windows. You also get a seven-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, heated front seats and dual-zone climate control. To finance, Vauxhall says it’s available from £245 per month on personal contract hire.
Last up is the Grandland X Griffin Edition – a high-spec version of this popular family crossover. Here, it comes with 18-inch alloys, silver-effect roof rails and also an electric tailgate. Buyers also get an eight-inch touchscreen and keyless entry and start. Prices start from £25,675, or £295 per month if financed.Enquire on a new Vauxhall