The Vauxhall Insignia hatchback is still in its first generation, but Vauxhall have seen reason to modify it and get a better beast out on the road for 2016.
Make no mistake: The Insignia was a good car already (it was the UK’s top selling trad family car last year), but if ever a rough diamond needed a polish, it was this one. The engine range is now more efficient, the cabin is classier, while the offer of more high-tech features is more than just lip service from the brand. A potential, proper rival for the commanding and dominant Ford Mondeo? You bet. Let’s take a closer look at what this austere hatch has got to offer.
Vauxhall Insignia Hatchback Test Drive
If there was one thing that the Insignia couldn’t quite cope with last time around it was our bumpy roads. No worries, though, because the engineers have done a
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