How safe is a Vauxhall Insignia?
In 2017 the Insignia scored five stars for crash safety from Euro NCAP, with strong scores in every category. The 93 per cent rating for adult protection is excellent, while 78 per cent for pedestrian safety is nearly twice as good as the previous-generation car’s score.
What is the best spec Insignia?
Elite Nav. The Elite Nav trim level is where you get everything thrown at you. It’s the top-spec Insignia, though, which means you have to give Vauxhall all of your money in return.
Is Opel Insignia 2009 a good car?
It’s comfortable, a great motorway cruiser and is good value for money (especially used). However, the Insignia is far more sophisticated than the car it replaces so not only is the styling more refined, the interior fit and finish is much better than before and there’s a vastly improved satellite navigation system.
Does a Vauxhall Insignia have Isofix?
Vauxhall’s Insignia has proved immensely popular during its lifetime thanks to good driving dynamics and excellent value for money. As a hatchback, it packs a big boot and there’s plenty of room in the cabin too. Fortunately for this list, it also offers three Isofix points, too.
Do all insignias have parking sensors?
Helpfully, front and rear parking sensors, along with auto wipers and lights with an automatic main beam, are standard on every single model.
Does 2009 Vauxhall Insignia have Isofix?
The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer safety systems should be every bit as safe, and the car has an excellent range of safety features as standard. All cars get six airbags, anti-lock brakes, Isofix child seat anchor points, an electronic stability programme, traction control and three-point seatbelts all round.
Are Vauxhall Insignias fast?
The Insignia is also treated to Vauxhall’s latest 1.6-litre ‘Whisper’ diesel engine. A 10.9-second 0-62mph time won’t set anyone’s hair alight, but it’s a decent enough performer. Its top speed is 130mph and it’ll provide the best blend of performance and economy for most drivers.
Does a Vauxhall Insignia have a Cambelt?
A full belt replacement guide on a 2L Vauxhall Insignia CDTI A20DTH from Schaeffler REPXPERT. The timing belt and auxiliary drive belt, both of which have a recommended service time of 100,000 miles or 72 months, have a repair time of almost two and three-quarter hours.
What are the specs of a Vauxhall Insignia?
Another benefit brought by the Insignia’s flowing lines is a spectacularly low Cd of just 0.27, bringing with it benefits in fuel consumption, cabin refinement and performance. All body variants have an identical wheelbase of 2737mm, while the Sports Tourer adds around 80mm to the 4830mm length of the saloon and hatch models.
What’s the crankshaft angle on a Vauxhall Insignia?
The adjustment range on the inlet side is a 60 degree crankshaft angle, and a 45 degree crankshaft angle on the outlet side. Double cam phasing enables variable valve control times, which in turn allows the engine to adapt to various speeds and cylinder charges.
Where is the front camera on a Vauxhall Insignia?
Vauxhall’s Front Camera System will appear as an option on Insignia soon after launch. This leading technology uses a small camera, positioned inside the car’s windscreen to read and memorise both speed warning and no-overtaking signs, the details of which are relayed back to the driver from the instrument panel.