Insignia takes power fight to premium rivals
[ Vauxhall UK ]
Luton - Packing 325 horsepower, a sophisticated four-wheel-drive chassis and a sub-six second 0-60 time, Vauxhall's new Insignia VXR is set to take the mid-size performance saloon market ...
Re: Insignia takes power fight to premium rivals
The insigina is a strange car to drive.
Its so big on the outside but when ur in the car it feels so small.
It does handle very well and for the engine size i had the previlage of testing was very nippy and i did test it out on the roundabouts and was impressed.
The tech is good but not a lover on the bodywork.
Oh i parked it next to the directors new Jag and i got something out of the boot and wow when i went to walk between them u could only tell the difference for a grill on the front arch.
To Many cars are looking to muck alike each other i aint going to make a list but there are a lot.