Vauxhall Insignia Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4.5 / 5
The updated Vauxhall Insignia should continue to prove an attractive proposition for many motorists. While it isn’t the most entertaining family car to drive, it is generally easy-going. The refreshed styling looks sophisticated both inside and outside and the car is well equipped.
4 / 5
The Vauxhall Insignia hatchback offers plenty of style and comfort to rival the Ford Mondeo.
7 / 10
The Insignia's smart refreshed styling is backed up by a reworked cabin and the prospect of cleaner, more efficient engines delivering reduced running costs for all types of buyers.
3.5 / 5
The Vauxhall Insignia is a comfortable family hatchback that works well on the motorway and has proved popular, despite its somewhat dull image.
3.5 / 5
It has been a long time since Vauxhall had a large family car as competitive as this.
3.5 / 5
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.
3 / 5
On this evidence Vauxhall's new Insignia comes up slightly short, although the 1.6-litre turbodiesel is a fine machine. How much that's down to the pre-production nature of the test cars is difficult to say, but the promise of the early drive last autumn hasn't been built on for these early-build models.
6 / 10
Not the best car in this uninspiring, fleet-orientated end of the segment but a very worthy effort.
2 / 5
The Vauxhall Insignia is excellent value as a company car, but it falls short of the class leaders in other areas.