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The Top Gear car review:Vauxhall Insignia
For:For a boring, three-box saloon, it's very, very good
Against:It's as boring as a three-box saloon ever was
What is it?
The Insignia is now a familiar sight on UK roads, offering a sleek and good looking alternative to that other staple of the sub-premium fleet-friendly sector, Ford’s Mondeo. Most are sold with a 2.0-litre diesel: for this reason, the new company car idol could be the fancy BiTurbo model.
Facelifted for 2014 - the new Insignia looks neater, has better engines, drives more crisply and brings some much-needed interior improvements to reduce blind-button confsion.