Fans of the Vauxhall Insignia, the car that has replaced the Vauxhall Vectra, may want to take a look at a new vehicle with the aim of improving the environment.
The Insignia ecoFLEX offers reduced emissions as it generates 136g/km of CO2, while losing none of the performance offered by the 2.0 CDTi 160 model.
Furthermore, drivers can benefit from a combined fuel economy of 54.7 miles to the gallon, which means that a motorist has the capability of completing 842 miles per full tank of fuel.
This fuel efficiency is also a ten per cent improvement than that offered by the CDTi 160 model.
However, because the vehicle uses the same 2.0-litre engine, drivers can still reach a top speed of 135 miles per hour, while being able to accelerate from still to 60 miles per hour in 8.9 seconds.
According to Vauxhall, the Insignia takes the company’s "design language to the next dimension" thanks to its dynamic design and innovative technology.
The Insignia is available to buyers in hatchback, saloon and Sport Tourer versions.