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10 things you should know about the Vauxhall Insignia

Read Cars Logo By David Finlay of Read Cars | Slide 1 of 11: The first Vauxhall Insignia was launched in 2008 and continued in largely unchanged form for nearly a decade. Although it is descended from the medium-sized Cavalier and Vectra, it is now Vauxhall’s largest car, and can therefore be seen as the modern equivalent of the Carlton and Omega.It has taken nine years for Vauxhall to come up with a replacement for the original model, but it’s here now, already available to order in the UK with first customer deliveries scheduled for this summer. As you might hope, it’s significantly better in almost every way, giving Vauxhall a better chance of competing against sector rivals such as the Volkswagen Passat and Skoda Superb.

10 things you should know about the Vauxhall Insignia

The first Vauxhall Insignia was launched in 2008 and continued in largely unchanged form for nearly a decade. Although it is descended from the medium-sized Cavalier and Vectra, it is now Vauxhall’s largest car, and can therefore be seen as the modern equivalent of the Carlton and Omega.

It has taken nine years for Vauxhall to come up with a replacement for the original model, but it’s here now, already available to order in the UK with first customer deliveries scheduled for this summer. As you might hope, it’s significantly better in almost every way, giving Vauxhall a better chance of competing against sector rivals such as the Volkswagen Passat and Skoda Superb.

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