Vauxhall has announced pricing for its latest Insignia, which features refreshed styling and a revised engine line-up.
The popular large five-door arrives in showrooms in the summer priced from £23,120, and features styling inspired by the all-new Corsa – notably with its new ‘IntelliLux’ Matrix LED headlights.
Elsewhere Vauxhall has improved the safety of the model by introducing rear cross traffic alert, along with an improved reversing camera.
A slightly revised engine line-up also features, too, which includes a new 120bhp 1.5-litre diesel unit introduced to the Astra last year. A 172bhp 2.0-litre diesel unit is also available, with all diesel engines complying with the latest RDE2 emissions standards – making them cheaper in company car tax for business users.
On the petrol front, there is a 143bhp 1.4-litre unit, and a 2.0-litre available with outputs of 187bhp or 237bhp – the latter coming with all-wheel-drive and purely on the sporty GSi engine.
Five trim levels are on offer – SE Nav, SRi Nav, SRi VX-Line Nav, Ultimate Nav and GSi.
Standard equipment includes a seven-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, along with cruise control, dual-zone climate control, LED headlights and front and rear parking sensors to name but a few features.
SRi Nav, which is available from £24,620, adds sportier styling and LED interior lighting, while the SRi VX-Line Nav (available from £27,620) brings a larger eight-inch touchscreen, a Bose sound system, the aforementioned Matrix LED headlights, 20-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and start and massaging seats to name but a few features. Ultimate Nav models are priced the same and get much the same kit, but don’t feature the sporty bodykit of the VX-Line.
At the top of the range, the GSi comes with ventilated front seats, four-wheel-drive and a dedicated styling kit, with these costing a steep £38,350.