New updated Vauxhall Insignia revealed ahead of Frankfurt debut

Vauxhall has unveiled the facelifted Insignia range, that is on sale now with first deliveries in October after its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

The Insignia facelift is available as a five-door Hatch, four-door Saloon and Sports Tourer estate with prices starting from £16,279, nearly £2,000 less than the outgoing model.

The refreshed Insignia gets a new front with new fascia, bigger air intakes in the bumper and updated headlights along with LED daytime running lights. At the rear are new tail lights and a new bumper extending further down.

Interior features a ne steering wheel, better materials, less buttons in the centre console thanks to an all-new infotainment system that incorporates Bluetooth-operated internet connectivity, an 8-inch touchscreen, and 3D navigation and voice control.

Engine line-up includes a range of diesel and petrol units. Two new petrol units include 1.6-litre SIDI producing 170 hp and 2.0-litre SIDI producing 250 hp. The 2.0-litre diesel is available with 120, 140 and 163 hp.

The 2.0-litre SIDI Turbo is also available with four-wheel drive.

There are also improvements done to the car’s ride and handling.

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