Vauxhall Insignia gains improved EcoFlex diesels and new 1.4-liter turbo petrol

Vauxhall Insignia gains improved EcoFlex diesels and new 1.4-liter turbo petrol

The British company has announced the release of a model-year changeover time for the Vauxhall Insignia, which will receive a low emissions EcoFlex diesel together with a new-to-the-range 1.4 Turbo petrol engine, which is also available for the Astra, producing 140HP and 200 Nm of torque and returning 51.4 mpg UK in the hatchback and saloon models emitting 129 g/km of CO2. As related to the price, the British market offers the Insignia from ?18,680 for the ES hatchback up to 27,110 for the Sri Nav Vx Line Red Sports Tourer. GM's Vauxhall unit made an update to the new model year, the Euro 5 compliant 2.0 CDTi diesel engines in the Insignia EcoFlex model. For the first time, a Start/Stop technology is offered with the four-cylinder unit, which is available with 130PS or 160PS power outputs. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are improved by the underbody dynamic which measures low rolling resisting tires. The CO2 emission has drpped by 10 percent when compared to the outgoing EcoFlex diesel, mainly from 129g/CO2 to 115g/CO2. The Insignia with EcoFlex engine reaches a maximum speed of 129 mph, which translates into 209 km/h, with 0-60 mph or 96 km/h taking 10.4 seconds, when it is equipped with the 130 HP version. On the other hand, the 160 HP version features a 220 km/h top speed as well as a sprint time of 0-60 mph achieved in 8.9 seconds. Its prices start from ?20,345 for the ES 2.0 CDTi 130PS Start/Stop Hatchback and go up to 29,385 for the top-of-the-range Sri Nav Vx Line Red Sports Tourer 160HP.


Vauxhall Insignia gains improved EcoFlex diesels and new 1.4-liter turbo petrol image Vauxhall Insignia gains improved EcoFlex diesels and new 1.4-liter turbo petrol image