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The Insignia was introduced to the market in 2008 as the long-anticipated replacement of the old Vauxhall Vectra and Signum. Though far surpassing the Vectra in almost every possible measure, Vauxhall upheld its tradition of providing excellent value for money in its design of the Insignia. The Insignia, much like its predecessors, is large, well-equipped as standard, and has become a consistent and firm favourite since its arrival. The Vauxhall Insignia hatchback offers plenty of style and comfort to rival the likes of mainstream models such as the Volkswagen Passat and the Ford Mondeo, and from further afield models like the Kia Optima and Hyundai i40.
The second generation Insignia is on sale now and will be arriving on British roads this summer under the new 'Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport' title. So while the first generation Vauxhall Insignia has been around for a relatively long time now, it has been kept fresh and continued to maintain its popularity thanks to a facelift and a broad new range of engines in 2013. Both petrol and diesel engines are available, the latter of which give superb efficiency. Furthermore, the latest ecoFLEX engines offer greater refinement while also reducing CO2-emission and fuel consumption, making the Insignia a fantastic option for long distance journeys. For those wanting extra punch, there is also the Insignia VXR SuperSport, with a 2.8-litre V6 turbo engine capable of 0-60mph in just 5.6 seconds.
The Insignia is spacious and practical with lots of front and rear space, as well as the generous 530-litre boot capacity which can expand to 1,470 litres when the rear seats are folded down in hatchback models. Standard equipment is competitive with other models, and includes digital radio and controls mounted on the steering wheel. The Insignia is also available in a wide range of trim options, starting with the entry-level Design through to the mid-range Insignia SRi, and then onto the top Elite spec. This means that there is plenty of scope to add desirable extras, such as the OnStar technology system which provides Wi-Fi and emergency service notification.
Awarded the 2009 European Car of the Year, the Insignia is a strong contender in the midsize luxury car field.
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