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Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport prices to start from £17,115


Vauxhall’s all-new Insignia is on sale now priced from £17,115 on-the-road.

Available as a five-door Grand Sport hatch and Sports Tourer estate, with a rugged Country Tourer estate coming soon, the new range starts at nearly £1,500 less than the entry price into the outgoing line-up.

Range highlights include the all-new 1.5-litre turbo petrol model priced from £17,115. For Sports Tourer customers, prices start from £18,615 for the entry-level estate model.

The range-topping 2.0-litre (260PS) 4x4 petrol, another all-new powertrain, is available in Elite Nav trim from £26,455.

Among the diesel offering is the 1.6-litre (110PS) Turbo D Ecotec model (prices start at £18,485) that provides CO2 emissions of 105g/km. The range includes Design, Design Nav, SRi, SRi Nav, SRi VX-Line Nav, Tech Line Nav and Elite Nav versions.

Standard safety equipment across the range includes the Front Camera System and Vauxhall OnStar.

The Front Camera System incorporates features such as lane keep assist, following distance indicator, forward collision alert, low speed collision mitigation braking and active emergency braking.

OnStar gives occupants access to a host of services including automatic crash response; as well as 4G Wi-Fi for up to seven devices, stolen vehicle assistance, vehicle diagnostics, destination download and smartphone functionality.

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  • bob the engineer - 02/03/2017 12:08

    So here is the problem, my company (many others probably) effectively 'fines' its drivers £20 for picking a vehicle over 100g/km (even those of us that need a bigger vehicle for the job) So even the best of the range for this car, the weedy one will be expensive to choose, considering the BIK too. The lease won't be cheap due to residuals either. What reason would any of our drivers have for choosing it apart from a love for its derivative BMW/Audi looks?

  • mistryj7 - 03/03/2017 12:06

    Agree with Bob. The car looks great and is keenly priced, but naff to lease. Will best serve the private non-business buyer. It will become sought after at the auction house at the end of, eg, 3yrs-80K, where it will sell for £8-12k less than BMW 3s or Audi 4s.

  • PaulBear - 21/03/2017 09:51

    But surely with the new VED rates kicking in April company policies based on emissions will change?

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