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Vauxhall Insignia Country Tourer 4x4 2017 review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Off-road estate is now bigger, more spacious and available with torque-vectoring all-wheel drive, but is it enough to make its German rivals anxious? The new Vauxhall Insignia Country Tourer is a significant departure from its predecessor and underpinned by new vehicle architecture.

Vauxhall Insignia review: 256bhp Sports Tourer driven

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Is that the Insignia GSI? Nope. This Insignia Sport Tourer has the same 256bhp, 2.0-litre turbocharged engine, same eight-speed automatic gearbox and same torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system as the GSI, but none of the chassis/suspension/software tweakery that should, with any luck, make it a bit more than just an angrier-looking, firmer-riding repmobile. We’ll find out one way or another when we drive it next year.

Sir James Dyson on what cars really need

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Britain is a country of inventors — creative geniuses who have designed popular products that have captured the public imagination. Trouble is, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that not enough of this creativity is being applied to the car industry.

Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer: the price is right, but does it match Audi and BMW for quality?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Hot on the heels of the new Insignia Grand Sport Vauxhall has launched a Sports Tourer estate version. Compared with the previous Insignia estate, this car has a larger boot and, on account of being longer than an Audi A6 Avant, more rear legroom too. The range of petrol and diesel engines is carried over from the Insignia hatchback.

Ford Mondeo gets heavy price cuts in bid to fend off SUV threat

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Ford has slimmed the line-up and reduced the prices of its Mondeo range in a bid to attract more fleet buyers to the hatchback. The Vauxhall Insignia rival’s starting price is now £19,445.

Vauxhall Cascada Elite Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall’s Cascada is a surprisingly rare sight on our roads. Yes, there’s a somewhat unfashionable Griffin adorning the front of the car and, yes, it does share quite a few parts with both the Insignia and the Astra, riding on the same platform as the latter. The Cascada, however, occupies a slot in the class above, offering D segment space – the equivalent of a Mercedes C-Class or BMW 3 Series – for the price of a C segment motor, which includes the BMW 2 Series or Audi A3 among its ranks.

Is The New Insignia A Real Alternative To BMW And Audi?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Opel's or Vauxhall's in Britain, family car has matured over the years, having received a new name too - Insignia, meant to make buyers forget all about that unattractive and boring Vectra.