Insignia's for sale from dealers across the country
Hundreds of used Vauxhall Insignia for sale from across the main dealer network. Just take a look and see what used Vauxhall Insignia's you can find.
A bold new identity for a bold new Vauxhall car. Used Vauxhall Insignia with its dynamic design and innovative technology the new Insignia takes Vauxhall's design to the next dimension. There are a range of models from a Insginia hatchback, saloon and Insignia estate version call a Insignia tourer. The Insignia is a particularly good car for towing with a breaked trailer rating of 1700kg for the larger engined Insignia models.
There are some fantastic option available on this model, so keep your eye out for options that may have been fitted to some used Insignia, in particular the tyre pressure monitoring system that for a £99 option can save you the price of running a tyre flat and having it replaced.
Other options like Flex ride are particularly good when running 18",19" and 20" alloy wheels and you can make the car run softer on the road or much harder if you are down some twisty roads. On some models this option also changes the colour of the dash from white to red.
Sat Nav is a good option to have but not for the navigation alone but all the other connectivity it includes for you phone and iPod. I've never been impressed with the NAV itself, and always preferred TOMTOM. Hopefully at some point they will integrate this into the car instead like some other manufacturers.
The adaptive forward lighting is fantastic, and option I really like and would miss if I did not have. It's very intelligent with it changing how it uses the light in different conditions. Driving at night when raining, the car points the lights more towards the sides of the road at speeds below 40 MPH and as you speed up it bring the bean towards the centre.
Front and rear parking sensors are not an essential, but they do make you life easier and you miss them when you don't have them. The ones on the Insignia are very good and it can get you within 4 inches of a wall if parking it tight.
The 2.0 CDTi offering very good economy at 57 MPG on a long run and 49 MPG on a normal day to day run. The figures that are listed by Vauxhall only really become reality once you've gone past about 5,000 miles and just keeps on getting better. Once i had done in the region of 20,000 the car became far more economical, like all the Vauxhall diesel models I've tried and driven.
Again like the Astra, the build quality is a large improvement so much so you would not think it was a Vauxhall anymore. The switch gear is very well planned and feels solid to switch. If you previous car was a Vectra then you'll also be pleased to know they have removed that difficult indicator selection method.
The seats are very comfortable, but my preference is the Vauxhall Astra seats as these seem more comfortable for long distances. Both models have the extendable leg support which is recommended to reach the back of your knee's.
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