Buying a Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer is easier than having a massage. Why? Because buyers can tweak its manufacturer’s finance terms to suit their lifestyles. Let us consider an example. Mike the Massage Man wants the Tourer Elite 2.0 CDTi BiTurbo. Vauxhall's Flexible Finance Calculator says that its on the road cash price is £34,180 and that they will contribute £750 towards his deposit. Good thing too. Mike, you see, spent all his cash on smelly massage oils so he cannot raise an upfront sum. He therefore chooses not to add to Vauxhall's contribution. However he has a big income so opts to buy the car over a short time, specifically two years. This equates to monthly payments of £1,357.30 which totals £33,325.20 throughout the contract (including Vauxhall's deposit contribution). However, Mike could make smaller payments over any number of months up to sixty - so his payments could fall to £542.92. Plus, if he sells his massage table to raise a deposit this would further reduce his monthly commitment. And there is more good news for Mike. However long his contract – and whatever size his deposit – the interest rate is 0%.
Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer Elite 2.0 CDTi BiTurbo Review
The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer Elite
2.0 CDTi BiTurbo is the perfect tool for Mike the Massage Man. Why? Because its cargo capacity is 540-litres rising to 1,530-litres when the rear seats are folded flat. He therefore has plenty of room for equipment, even though some rivals are more spacious. The Ford Mondeo Estate springs to mind. The Insignia Sports Tourer also has a diesel which produces 195PS. It therefore propels Mike – and his stinky oils – to 62mph in 8.5 seconds. That is fast for a large estate car that averages 47.1mpg. It also manages 58.9mpg on the extra-urban cycle and 35.3mpg in town. The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer also has sure-footed handling, nicely weighted steering, and a comfortable ride. Driving can therefore be enjoyable considering it its class. This workhorse has a fantastic equipment specification too. Highlights include the: powered tailgate, cruise control, tyre pressure monitoring system, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, climate control, and parking sensors. It has leather too. Furthermore, the Insignia feels better built than some of the manufacturer's older vehicles so Mike should have years of stress free motoring. If not, he should relax via a soothing massage.