2012 Vauxhall Insignia Elite Nav CDTi 2.0 turbo diesel from UK and Ireland
Great looking, and a pleasure to own
Nothing has gone wrong at all; the only problem is my local dealer has a very poor way of treating the customer and the car when in for a service.
Very good car. Thought my Omega was outstanding, but this is a worthy replacement.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th July, 2014
23rd Jan 2018, 14:58
Would have liked a longer more in depth review, but I get what you are saying. These "family" sized cars are now almost on par with larger executive cars from the past, in regards to refinement.
Also after test driving both the Ford Mondeo and Vauxhall Insignia, they are excellent cars and there is very little rivalry between them now as well; all are very capable cars in every way. Looking to buy an upgraded shape Insignia 2013 model - it is a very sharp looking car in a dark color with the right alloy wheels.
14th Mar 2018, 13:45
These are good cars, but watch the depreciation when buying used. You can get a 2010 model Insignia for about £3000 or much less now. They are not holding value well. A similar Mondeo would be much more.