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Vauxhall Insignia

  • tickEfficient and tax friendly engines
  • tickComfortable and refined
  • tickGreat value for money

Vauxhall Insignia Hatchback (2020 - )

The definitive company car, the Vauxhall Insignia may hark back to a day when people travelled to meetings rather than held them on Zoom but remains an essential business tool geared to the needs of fleet drivers. Updated for 2021 with all-new engines, CO2 emissions and fuel consumption are much improved to keep a lid on those all-important Benefit In Kind costs and the Insignia is a comfortable and refined place to be if your day is spent racking up motorway miles. Attractive and as accomplished as it is, the Insignia is pushed hard by fresher, more desirable rivals including the Peugeot 508, Mazda 6, Alfa Romeo Giulia and inevitable BMW 3 Series and Audi A4 beloved of many fleet drivers.
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Company cars live or die by single digit differences in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption figures, given these have a huge influence on the amount of tax their drivers pay. Given around nine out of 10 Insignias are bought this way it’s little surprise Vauxhall has invested heavily in brand-new, fuel-efficient petrol and diesel engines for this updated Insignia. Of particular interest to company drivers will be the new diesels. Both emit as little as 121g/km and are RDE2 compliant, meaning no diesel surcharge on Benefit In Kind. Which may sound like gobbledygook for private buyers but can make a huge difference in tax for company drivers. If that’s your goal stick to the 1.5-litre with the manual gearbox – the automatic might be more relaxing but is worse on CO2 and will hit you in the wallet accordingly. While it’s affordable up front the Insignia’s relatively weak used values make it less appealing for private buyers, for whom more fashionable SUVs and crossovers may make more sense on monthly finance deals thanks to their stronger residual values.

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