For The Vauxhall Insignia looks stylish and has a smart cabin, and some of the diesel engines are very efficient.
Against Refinement is awful, and the best rivals are more practical and more enjoyable to drive.
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The Vauxhall Insignia is excellent value as a company car, but it falls short of the class leaders in other areas.
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There are 44 Vauxhall Insignia versions available
Target Price team says:
Speccing your Insignia could take some time because there are dozens of versions to choose from.
The trims include Energy, SRi, SRi VX-Line and Elite, but we’d recommend the entry-level Design model or the better equipped and still affordable Tech Line.
There are also nine engines, including some low-CO2 Ecoflex units that make a lot of sense if you’re a company car driver. Vauxhall even offers four-wheel-drive models, although these are hideously expensive.
Like all Vauxhalls, the Insignia comes with a 100,000-mile, unlimited-period warranty. However, owners do have to visit a Vauxhall dealer for a free inspection once a year to maintain the cover, and it isn’t transferable when you sell the car.
Reader test team says:
I have driven this car as a company vehicle for the past 3 years, covering over 143,000 miles. Good Points: Decent economy, composed on the motorway…
After my Mondeo was stolen and written off i was given this heap until my new car was delivered. As soon as it arrived in the car park i was appalled…
Only had the car for a couple of days but first impressions are good. This is a company car and replaces my BMW 320d. Apparently the new update with…
Having previously driven an Avensis and Mondeo in the last 3 years I have a good appreciation of the Insignia's key strengths and weaknesses. The…