On sale now, prices for the all-new Vauxhall Insignia have been announced, with the entry-level model starting from £17,115 on-the-road.
Set to be unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show next week, the new model is available as a five-door Grand Sport hatch and Sports Tourer estate - with a rugged Country Tourer estate coming soon. Trim levels range from Design, Design Nav, SRi, SRi Nav, SRi VX-Line Nav, Tech Line Nav up to an Elite Nav version.
The new range starts at nearly £1,500 less than the entry price of the outgoing model, with the aforementioned £17,115 getting you the all-new 1.5-litre Turbo petrol model. For the Sports Tourer, prices start at £18,615 OTR for the entry-level estate. The range tops out in Elite Nav (Auto) trim - with the 170PS, 2.0-litre Turbo Diesel Sports Tourer priced at 28,255 OTR.
A highlights of the diesel offering, according to Vauxhall, is the 1.6-litre (110PS) Turbo D ecoTEC model (prices start at £18,485 OTR) that achieves CO2 emissions of 105g/km.
The British brand says it’s optimised P11D pricing allows the Insignia Grand Sport Design Nav 1.6-litre Turbo D (110PS) ecoTEC to save a company car driver up to £1,983 in benefit-in-kind tax over a four-year/80,000 mile period against competitors.
Standard safety features include a Front Camera System - which incorporates lane keep assist, following distance indicator, forward collision alert, low speed collision mitigation braking and active emergency braking.
Vauxhall’s OnStar is also standard, giving occupants access to services including automatic crash response as well as 4G Wi-Fi for up to seven devices, stolen vehicle assistance, vehicle diagnostics, destination download and smartphone functionality.