Vauxhall Grandland X Hyrbid4 (2020) Guide

Vauxhall Grandland X Hyrbid4 (2020) Guide

The Grandland X is the largest in Vauxhalls SUV crossover range. Now part of the PSA Group, this plug-in hybrid is built on the same platform as Peugeots 3008, and that’s no bad thing. Despite having the same underpinnings as the 3008, the Grandland X sets itself apart with a design that is unequivocally Vauxhall, refined and conservative. A practical PHEV, family-friendly SUV that is well-built providing a quiet and confident drive – some of which on pure electric.

Electric Range

37 Miles

Avg Cost per Charge


Battery Size

13.2 kWh

3.7Kw Charge

4 Hours

Connector Type

Type 2

Rapid Charge


OLEV Approved


Vehicle Type

Plug in Hybrid

Charging the Grandland X

The IONIQ PHEV comes with a battery size of 13.2kWh and has an official WLTP range of 37 miles.

Charging times will, of course, vary based on the power of the charger; a 3.7kW home charger, for example, will take 4 hours to charge from 0% to 100%, providing an approximate range per hour of 9 miles*.

Note: It is worth highlighting here that the Grandland X has a max AC 1-phase rate of 3.7kW and a max AC 3-phase rate of 7.4kW.

Charging Times**:

  • 2.1kW (3-pin plug) = 6 hours for 0-100%
  • 7.4kW = 4 hours for 0-100%
  • 22kW (3-phase) = 2 hours for 0-100%

*Based on WLTP range

**Charging times are estimates and will vary depending on factors such as the charger in use and temperature of the battery.

If you’re looking for a plug-in SUV that offers comfort and practicality matched with punchy performance, this could be the car for you. Frequent charging sessions will be required to keep running costs down and get the most out of the Grandland X’s green credentials.