Tag: Opel Insignia

Facelifted Vauxhall Insignia Adds £3k To Base Price, Ditches Estate Model

The facelifted Vauxhall Insignia will reach UK dealerships this summer, bringing subtle design tweaks, new engines and tech, and one less body style. Yes, the Insignia Sports Tourer is no longer offered in Britain, making the Insignia Grand Sport five-door liftback (simply called Insignia now) the only body style available. 2021MY Vauxhall Insignia prices start […]

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Next-Gen Opel/Vauxhall Insignia Could Morph Into A Crossover

Opel and sister company Vauxhall have just facelifted the Insignia, but talks about its successor are already underway. Expected after 2022, the mid-size car could be turned into a crossover, AutoExpress reports, in an attempt to revitalize it by entering the booming segment. Review: Does The 2019 Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport Deliver Better Value-For-Money Than […]

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Buick Regal’s Demise Tipped To Kill Australia’s Holden Commodore Too

Following the news that the Buick Regal will soon be killed off in the United States, it seems likely that the Regal’s brother, the Holden Commodore, will also be sent packing in Australia. Speaking with Car Advice, alleged Holden insiders assert that the car manufacturer plans on phasing out the Commodore before the facelifted model […]

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2020 Opel And Vauxhall Insignia Facelift Revealed With Sleeker Styling And Updated Tech

Opel and Vauxhall have unveiled the facelifted Insignia, ahead of its debut at the Brussels Auto Show next month. Looking instantly recognizable, the sedan receives a minor refreshing that largely focuses on the front end.  There designers installed a revised grille and restyled headlights.  Further below, there’s a wide central air intakes which is flanked […]

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Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer And Viva Axed From UK Market

Vauxhall’s lineup continues to get thinner as the PSA-owned automaker has pulled the plug on two additional models: the Insignia Sports Tourer estate and the Viva city car. Both models have been removed from the company’s UK website and can no longer be ordered. This comes not long after Vauxhall dropped the Insignia Country Tourer […]

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