Opel Insignia Tourer Select 2.0 CDTi review | carsguide.com.au

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Tourer 2.0 CDTi review

They’ve made it sporty with suspension, lower ride and quick steering response.

Barnwell road tests and the new Opel Insignia Tourer 2.0 CDTi with specs, economy and verdict.

The Opel Tourer aimed directly at the of Peugeot#39;s 508. Passat Citroen C5 Tourer, Mondeo even the Hyundai i40 wagon.

Not forgetting the new generation Mazda6 due early next year. So has Opel done to lure

PRICE AND EQUIPMENT

Opel#39;s line-up tops out with medium size car — the Insignia Select wagon Sports Tourer. It sells for but if you don#39;t want all the luxury there is another, same the skin for $41,990.

Select brings a generous level of including a set of striking 19-inch leather upholstery with front seat squabs heated and ventilated), adaptive lighting with auto dim and the latter being optional on all Opels sold here.

Inside you#39;ll also Bluetooth phone, seven audio, cruise, dual climate control, electric brake and sports pedals. there#39;s plenty more.

AND COMFORT

Insignia scores a five Euro NCAP rating all that brings including six air and stability control. It also has designed to comply with the Healthy Backs Association. excellent.

Exterior styling is with handsome frontal and really attractive rear featuring a large tailgate and tail lights.

They#39;ve fitted supplementary safety at the rear for when the tailgate is up.

Load carrying capacity is in a car that isn#39;t quite as externally as some of the competition. the rear seats and you can chuck about anything in there. We the LED daytime driving lights and the privacy glass from the windows back.

The space we don#39;t like.

MECHANICAL AND

They#39;ve really made it with firm suspension, ride height and quick response and the turbo diesel has plenty of kick pretty from idle.

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It#39;s good for 118kW/350Nm and sips fuel at the rate of The engine isn#39;t the smoothest or diesel we#39;ve driven but it certainly delivers in the get-go as well as passing Euro 5 regulations.

The six-speed auto provides appropriate gearing for the and makes slick changes up and the range, but there#39;s no paddle

Insignia stacks up well on all performance, safety, features, drive feel though might think it#39;s too in the suspension.

Opel Insignia Select 2.0 CDTi

Price: $48,990

Engine: 2-litre 118kW/350Nm

Transmission: 6-speed FWD

Thirst: 6.0L/100Km, CO2 157g/km

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