The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer is well equipped and can be cheap to buy, but it’s not quite as spacious, refined or efficient as its rivalsread the full model review
This sporty model adds more bells and whistles to Tech Line Nav, including a Bose stereo, heated front seats, leather seats, keyless entry, 20in wheels and a head-up display, as well as shaper looks, bigger Brembo brakes and lowered suspension with bespoke springs and adaptive damper settings.
Engine:2.0 Bi-Turbo D 4X4
This 207bhp diesel engine may have four-wheel drive and 354lb ft of torque - so has little trouble getting this big car moving and is great for towing - but it doesn’t feel that much quicker than the 168bhp version. Meanwhile, fuel economy and emissions are noticeably down on the lower-powered diesels and disappointing next to equivalently powerful rivals. As a result, we’d avoid it.