Vauxhall Insignia car reviews
The Vauxhall Insignia VXR Estate is a very accomplished model, but persuading customers away from Audi and BMW is a tough task.
Date added: Tuesday 04 January 2011.
The Vauxhall Insignia is the replacement for the long-running Vectra, with good looks and a well-laid out, quality interior. There’s a vast range of models to suit all tastes.
Date added: Saturday 20 November 2010.
The Vauxhall Insignia is a good-looking family or business car that makes short work of long-distance driving, with some attractive low-CO2 engines, but it's not as good to drive as the Ford Mondeo.
Date added: Monday 15 November 2010.
Very stylish and well-built inside, the Insignia Sports Tourer is one of the estates to beat in its price bracket. The 1.6T version is very quick.
Date added: Wednesday 09 June 2010.
The Vauxhall Insignia VXR’s mean looks are backed up by a rapid V6 engine allied to an impressively grippy four-wheel drive chassis.
Date added: Friday 06 November 2009.
It used to be just Subaru who filled this 4x4 estate void, but Audi, Volvo, Skoda, Volkswagen and now Vauxhall - with the Insignia Country Tourer - have joined the fray.
Date added: Friday 15 November 2013.
No sooner than the revised Vauxhall Insigina has been revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show than we have had the chance to test the car.
Date added: Tuesday 17 September 2013.
Vauxhall’s take on the all-road estate niche pioneered by Volvo and Audi. The cynical amongst you could say this is a way of charging extra money for a car with raised ground clearance and big bumpers, but there is of course, more to it than that.
Date added: Tuesday 10 September 2013.
The Vauxhall Insignia has been given a mid-life re-fresh, which includes styling alterations, significant aerodynamic gains, more efficient engines, a redesigned interior and a revised pricing structure.
Date added: Friday 16 August 2013.