Following on from the previous generation, which won the European Car of the Year in 2009, the Insignia Sports Tourer is based on a completely new vehicle architecture. Its revised proportions result in more luggage capacity that has increased to 1,640 litres, over 100 litres, more than the outgoing model.
With UK temperatures plummeting to well below freezing this week, drivers across the country are having to face the daily grind of scraping and de-icing their windscreens, adding time and inconvenience to their morning commutes. But Vauxhall reckons that they’ll warm – literally – to its new Insignia Grand Sport, which has some of the hottest equipment in its class.
1 April 2017 will see significant changes to the calculation of Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) rates. These changes will only apply to passenger cars registered from 1 April 2017. Vehicles registered before this date will continue to be taxed under the current regime.
After an extremely successful first year on the market, 2017 has started strongly for the Vauxhall Astra, which has again been recognised in the Family Car category at the WhatCar? Car of the Year Awards.
Hot on the heels of last week’s announcement about its new Crossland X, Vauxhall can now reveal that its 2017 SUV/crossover family will be rounded off by a third model, which will become the big brother of the range.
Vauxhall will launch the next-generation of IntelliLux LED lighting with the all-new Insignia Grand Sport in 2017. In addition to award-winning matrix technology, the more refined and sophisticated IntelliLux LED headlights feature new functions that significantly improve night-time visibility.