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Reduced from £24.490, I dont know whether you would get the partners discount on top. A lot of car for not very much.
Spec

Body Glass
■Chrome effect window side mouldings
■Electric front windows
Brakes
■Electronic Stability Programme
Driver Aids
■Cruise control
Driver Information
■Trip computer
Driving Mirrors
■Body colour electric adjustable heated door mirrors
Entertainment
■Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Exterior Body Features
■Body colour bumpers
■Body colour door handles
Exterior Lights
■Automatic lighting control
Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
■Automatic climate control
Interior Features
■Cloth upholstery
■Front centre armrest with storage compartment
■Leather covered gear knob and steering wheel
■Reach + rake adjustable steering column
■Rear cupholders
Interior Lights
■Ambient interior lighting
■Front map reading lights
■Rear reading lights x 2
Safety
■3 point rear seatbelts x3
■Driver/Front Passenger airbags
■Driver/front passenger side airbags
■Full size curtain airbags
Seats
■4 way electrically adjustable lumbar support for drivers seat
■60/40 Split folding rear seat/load through facility
■Active safety front seat head restraints
■Centre rear head restraint
■Electric height adjustable driver seat
■Front seat backrest storage nets
Security
■Remote central deadlocking
■Remote control alarm
Vanity Mirrors
■Illuminated vanity mirrors

Emissions
■CO2 (g/km)184■Noise Level dB(A)74■Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5Engine and Drive Train
■CamshaftDOHC■Catalytic ConvertorTrue■CC1796■Compression Ratio10.5:1■Cylinder LayoutIN-LINE■Cylinders4■Cylinders - Bore (mm)80.5■Cylinders - Stroke (mm)88.2■Engine LayoutFRONT TRANSVERSE■Fuel DeliveryINJECTION■Gears6 SPEED■Number of Valves16■TransmissionMANUALFuel Consumption
■EC Combined (mpg)36.2■EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue■EC Extra Urban (mpg)47.1■EC Urban (mpg)25.9General
■Coin Descriptioni 16v■Coin SeriesExclusiv■Insurance Group 17■Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0716E■Insurance Group 2E■Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years12■NCAP Front/Side Impact - Discontinued February 095■NCAP Pedestrian - Discontinued February 092■Safety Concerns?False■Service Interval Mileage20000■Special EditionFalse■Special OrderFalse■Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage60000■Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3Performance
■0 to 60 mph (secs)False■0 to 62 mph (secs)11.5■Engine Power - BHP140■Engine Power - KW103■Engine Power - PSTrue■Engine Power - RPM6300■Engine Torque - LBS.FT129■Engine Torque - MKG17.9■Engine Torque - NM175■Engine Torque - RPM3800■Top Speed128Tyres
■Alloys?False■Space Saver?True■Tyre Size Front225/55 R17■Tyre Size Rear225/55 R17■Tyre Size SpareSPACE SAVER■Wheel Type17" STEELVehicle Dimensions
■Height1498■Length4830■Wheelbase2737■Width1856■Width (including mirrors)2084Weight and Capacities
■Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)70■Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1470■Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)530■Max. Roof Load100■Max. Towing Weight - Braked1400■Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked750■No. of Seats5■Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb10.9
Warranty Information
The Vauxhall Lifetime 100,000 mile warrantyWe’re so confident in Vauxhall quality and reliability that we are now offering a warranty that could last a Lifetime! Available to the first owner of all new Vauxhall passenger cars, it’s valid for the lifetime of the vehicle up to a maximum of 100,000 miles.
How does it work?Year 1
All new Vauxhall passenger cars are covered by a one-year unlimited mileage manufacturer’s warranty with qualifying repairs at no cost to you.

Years 2 & 3
The manufacturer’s warranty is extended for two more years up to a maximum of 60,000 miles.

Lifetime!
After that, Vauxhall provides a unique Lifetime Warranty, available to the first owner for an unlimited time period and a maximum of 100.000 miles.

Don’t forget, every new Vauxhall vehicle also comes with:
A full 6 year anti-perforation corrosion warranty, with no mileage restriction, subject to an annual corrosion protection service.12 months free Vauxhall Assistance, covering UK and mainland Europe.What is covered?All Vauxhall warranties cover a huge range of vehicle parts – powertrain and steering, brake parts, cooling, safety systems, air-conditioning, electronic components and more. As with all new vehicle warranties, some things are not covered, of course, such as routine service and maintenance items, natural wear and tear, or if any non-approved modifications or conversions are carried out.
Free of charge vehicle repairsThe Vauxhall warranty is provided via a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. All you have to do is present your Warranty Card along with your completed and up-to-date Service Booklet to a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. The lifetime warranty is dependent on an annual vehicle check at an Vauxhall Authorised Repairer who will activate the warranty extension for another year.

Available on all new Vauxhall passenger cars from 1st August 2010.
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#1
Not one I'd go for, but a good deal on the price, nevertheless! Heat added
#3
Reasonable price, a bit of heat from me. I find the original price tag to be a bit of a joke though, £24,450 for what is a mid range vectra replacement is a bit steep in my opinion. I appreciate its got some nice extras but still a high price.
#4
Better link
5 Likes #5
no rear electric windows, COLD. No Excuse this day and age.
#6
It's a Vauxhall, nuff said..
#7
Inactive
It's a Vauxhall, nuff said..


When you can buy brand new Family Audi's or BMW's or Mercedes for less than £16k then your statement would make sense.

You get what you pay for. That is life.

I think Exclusiv is the wrong name for this model though. It is far from Exclusiv
#8
I think it looks quite smart :)
#9
lifetime 100,000 miles warranty as well its great value
#10
I'm not a car buff and I don't know the exact details, but recently didn't one of the major car hire firms fall out with Vauxhall and dump loads (and I mean thousands) of low mileage Insignias on the second hand market, trashing the residual values?

Maybe Vauxhall have been struggling to shift new ones with so many used ones around.

I dunno.

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Edited By: Fildo Stronst on Mar 17, 2011 16:38: spelling
2 Likes #11
LOUGHBORO GUY
lifetime 100,000 miles warranty as well its great value



Only to the first registered owner and subject to an annual inspection.
1 Like #12
Inactive
Only to the first registered owner and subject to an annual inspection.


The car or the owner?

oO


Edited By: Fildo Stronst on Mar 17, 2011 16:39
#13
Fildo Stronst
Inactive
Only to the first registered owner and subject to an annual inspection.


The car or the owner?

oO



:D Probably both, if anybody buys this rep-mobile for this money, I wouldn't pay £10,000 for one.(_;)

Edited By: Inactive on Mar 17, 2011 16:43
1 Like #14
I think they are lovely looking cars but I want to downsize in a major fashion, I am sick of pumping a lot of my weekly budget into a large car. I am quite prepared to squeeze my fat ass into an IQ if I have to.
#15
APPAULING efficiency. I had the 2.2L (i think) DTI and it gave me dreadful milage. Drove it some 350 miles, with almost 90% motorway miles and the car almost finished a full tank of diesel!!! I have a Audi A8 and it is no way as juicy as that plus its 8 years older than the insignia.

I know this isnt the same because your comparing diesel with the petrol, but same fuel efficiency technology brought in. Wouldnt buy this, get the Skoda that is being advertised instead.
#16
LOUGHBORO GUY
lifetime 100,000 miles warranty as well its great value

The warrenty is either 100,000 miles OR lifetime but not the lifetime of the car, the lifetime of the 1ST OWNER! Not many people i know who buy brand new cars keep it longer than a few years.
1 Like #17
Heat added although I'd prefer that Skoda Octavia deal.
#18
Inactive
LOUGHBORO GUY
lifetime 100,000 miles warranty as well its great value


Only to the first registered owner and subject to an annual inspection.


beat me to it
#19
It was iPad clearance deals last week.. this week its Cars X)
#20
Inactive
LOUGHBORO GUY
lifetime 100,000 miles warranty as well its great value



Only to the first registered owner and subject to an annual inspection.

It's for the 1st owner only and only up to a max of 100,000miles. I don't know how they are allowed to refer to it as a lifetime warranty. This the text from the Vauxhall site.


"We’re so confident in Vauxhall quality and reliability that we are now offering a warranty that could last a Lifetime! Available to the first owner of all new Vauxhall passenger cars, it’s valid for the lifetime of the vehicle up to a maximum of 100,000 miles."
#21
diabeticguy
I think they are lovely looking cars but I want to downsize in a major fashion, I am sick of pumping a lot of my weekly budget into a large car. I am quite prepared to squeeze my fat ass into an IQ if I have to.

I've just done exactly that for exactly the same reason. Might be way below what you're planning to spend but I went for a ford econetic fiesta, getting around 60mpg around town and 65mpg on the motorway, it's a 1.6 so decent enough on the motorway aswell, worth a look!
#22
SkilledNutter
Inactive
It's a Vauxhall, nuff said..

I think Exclusiv is the wrong name for this model though. It is far from Exclusiv

I actually think they are nice looking cars, but why would you want a badge on the back spelt wrong? surely it should be "exclusive"?
1 Like #23
apk1
SkilledNutter
Inactive
It's a Vauxhall, nuff said..

I think Exclusiv is the wrong name for this model though. It is far from Exclusiv

I actually think they are nice looking cars, but why would you want a badge on the back spelt wrong? surely it should be "exclusive"?


People driving behind you might think you've dropped an e....
#24
The big v have really raised their game - they have had to. These are made in Germany and are really nice cars for this sort of money IMO. You cant get much for £15k new car wise these days. Doesnt look like it has leather though never buy a car without leather personally especially if you have dogs and kids.
#25
hahahahahahahaahah
1 Like #26
bit expensive for deodorant lol
#27
I dont know where the list price is coming from as using the Vauxhall configurator to build your own with the same spec and colour comes out to £17370 as the 'Vauxhall Internet Price'.

As I was browsing around the site there was a popup offer for a £3500 off an Insignia voucher as well which would take it down to £13870...
#28
As has been already pointed out, this is a fairly mid-range version with neither particularly good performance, good efficiency, or low emissions. Some sort of cancelled fleet order perhaps?
A quick look on Auto-trader reveals plenty of nearly-new examples for around 12K. I think i'd rather go for one of those.
#29
Have a SRI diesel one as a hire car at the moment, cannot fault it, great car. My Dad has the Elite spec and thats even better.
#30
SkilledNutter
Inactive
It's a Vauxhall, nuff said..


When you can buy brand new Family Audi's or BMW's or Mercedes for less than £16k then your statement would make sense.

You get what you pay for. That is life.

I think Exclusiv is the wrong name for this model though. It is far from Exclusiv



Thats not true, you pay for what you get for? Well what is the entire point of this website? So you get more for what you pay for... Think before you comment
#31
utfrag
Reasonable price, a bit of heat from me. I find the original price tag to be a bit of a joke though, £24,450 for what is a mid range vectra replacement is a bit steep in my opinion. I appreciate its got some nice extras but still a high price.


Gotta agree!

Seeing as theVauxhall Insignia 2.0 CDTi Exclusiv [160] 5dr (Diesel) has a list price of £17290. You need to call for sale price. I know which I'd have (even if it was an extra £1300).
#32
Think I'd rather have a Skoda Octavia for £10,995 .

http://www.skoda.co.uk/GBR/finance/offers/25-percent-off/Pages/default.aspx
#33
Tallyho
Think I'd rather have a Skoda Octavia for £10,995 .


http://www.skoda.co.uk/GBR/finance/offers/25-percent-off/Pages/default.aspx


Much more reliable cars too..
#34
£16,000k gets you a tidy 58/09 plate 320d BMW.

Yes its not new, but if you do a fair few miles a year...... I know which I would rather be in, and which will be worth more in two years time!!!
#35
just my opinion, I guess this is 'just' about worth 16k new so not going to vote either way
#36
"What is covered?

All Vauxhall warranties cover a huge range of vehicle parts – powertrain and steering, brake parts, cooling, safety systems, air-conditioning, electronic components and more. As with all new vehicle warranties, some things are not covered, of course, such as routine service and maintenance items, natural wear and tear, or if any non-approved modifications or conversions are carried out.
"

So yes... they will cover manufactual errors found in the car, but they will definately show up before 100,000 miles believe me, probably in the first 5,000 miles of driving, this DOESNT cover wear and tear which every car has way before 100,000 miles.
#37
Had one of these three times as a hire car - despite being absolutely colossal and a bit of a bitch to park I really couldn't fault it at all. When I had the diesel one I definitely got a lot more than 250 miles out of the tank!
#38
Ps....
Motorpoint have a 10 REG with 14000 miles for £11995 but obviously no 'lifetime' warranty..... and probably get them out of giving the standard 3 years/60000k too warranty too!!!
#39
Decent spec but wouldn't touch the 1.8 engine with a barge pole. Heavy car and a not very efficient engine would make it very thirsty.
#40
Insurance Group 17? urmmmm is this the new system or the old???? If its the old........ oh dear

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