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The Vauxhall Insignia doesn’t excel in any particular area, but stick to the lower trim levels and it’s not a lot of money compared to other executive cars. Avoid the petrol models and it should prove cheap to run, although there’s no tax-busting plug-in hybrid model. Just remember that rivals are better to drive and even more practical.get the best price
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A more luxurious alternative to similarly priced SRi VX-Line Nav, you get an 8.0in touchscreen, adaptive LED headlights, heated seats front and rear, 40/20/40 split folding rear seats, 18in alloy wheels, keyless entry and start, a heated steering wheel, wireless phone charger and leather seats with electric adjustment, memory and massage for the driver.
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The cheapest engine in the range is this 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel. It’s pretty frugal and has competitive CO2 emissions, but its performance and refinement disappoint.
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