With the entry-level price almost 2000 cheaper than the outgoing model at 16,279 and a new 2.0-litre diesel engine offering CO2 emissions of 99g/km, Vauxhall is hoping to boost the Insignia's company car appeal as well as attract private buyers.
The revamped cabin gets a simplified dashboard and a 4.2-inch colour display. Equipment levels have been improved, with Bluetooth, climate control, automatic lights, cruise control and DAB radio all included as standard.
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