What's the used Vauxhall Insignia like?
The Insignia shed the slightly stodgy image of its predecessor, the Vectra, to deliver a smarter, more professional offering from Vauxhall.
It is bigger than the Vectra, both in width and length, and this gives decent cabin space and a 520-litre boot. However, the sloping coupe-style roofline limits rear headroom for taller passengers. The dashboard is logically arranged, and most drivers should be able to get comfortable. Overall, the car has a quality, well built feel.
The Insignia is smooth and stable at high speeds, but the steering is light and vague. It doesn't score well for refinement, either, with noticeable road- and wind noise. The diesel engines are noisy, too.