The Vauxhall Insignia 2013 family consists of three different sophisticated ranges. These comprise of the Insignia 4 door saloon, the Insignia 5 door hatchback, and the Insignia Sport Tourer. Within each range, there are also other various models.
Vauxhall Insignia 2013 impression
The Vauxhall Insignia 2013 has received a number of tweaks; it is definitely aimed to impress. The Insignia has received more than a slight revamp. There have been changes to the grille, chassis upgrades, new engines, headlights, better steering, revised springs and much more.
Vauxhall has tried to grab the attention of the public with their 2013 Insignia. Other highlights include better fuel consumption and emissions are much lower. Diesels offer additional modifications, which brings luxury and design to the forefront for all diesel motor lovers. However, before jumping to buy the latest diesel, beware that these diesels versions can sometimes be quite grumpy to drive.
The Vauxhall Insignia 2013 ranges are very comfortable and enjoyable to drive. However, the Insignia's aren't very agile and steering can be hard. Insignia's are expensive compared to rivals such as Ford.
The best model to choose would be the Exclusiv 2L CDTi ecoFLEX with 160 PS. Its design is sleek and stylish, and is quite difficult to beat with all the latest technology on board.
Vauxhall Insignia 2013 models
The Insignia 4 door saloon range offers the Exclusiv model, SRI, SRI VX Line, SE, Elite and the VXR model. The saloon range starts from £21,000 with optional extras.
The Insignia 5 door hatchback range offers the ES model, Exclusiv, SE, Elite, SRI, SRI VX Line, and the VXR model. The hatchback range starts from £18,000 with optional extras.
The Insignia Sports Tourer range offers the ES model, Exclusiv, SE, Elite, SRI, SRI VX Line, Tech Line, VX Line and the VXR model. The Insignia Tourer range starts from £20,000 with optional extras.