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Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer SRi 2.0CDTi 0% Finance

Vauxhall Flexible Finance Calculator

The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer SRi 2.0CDTi 195PS BiTurbo 4x4 is available via a 0% interest finance plan (APR representative). Paying for this family estate car is therefore easier than relaxing on a beach. Furthermore, the finance terms can be tweaked to suit your circumstances. You can therefore (up to a point) influence the size of the deposit, the monthly payments and the length of the contract via Vauxhall's Flexible Finance Calculator. The manufacturer will also contribute £750 towards the deposit. If you choose not to increase this sum – and purchase the Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer SRi 2.0CDTi 195PS BiTurbo 4x4 over the minimum twenty-four month period – the monthly payments will be £1,267.71. This will total £31,175 including the manufacturer's contribution. You could, however, make smaller regular instalments over any number of months up to sixty so the payments could fall to only £507.09. Plus, if you increase the deposit to (say) £10,750 this will further shrink the instalments over sixty months to £340.42. Pleasingly, however you set the 0% finance terms the total cost will be £31,175.

Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer SRi 2.0CDTi 4x4 Review

The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer SRi 2.0CDTi 195PS BiTurbo 4x4 is a capable workhorse. Why? Because its cargo capacity is 540-litres rising to 1,530-litres when the rear seats are folded flat. These figures – although not the best in class – ensure it easily swallows a substantial pile of luggage. Furthermore, the Insignia Sports Tourer has a potent and flexible four-cylinder diesel engine that produces 195PS. This propels it to 62mph in 8.6 seconds which is fast for a large estate that averages 50.4mpg. This rises to 57.6mpg on the extra-urban cycle and even through town it manages 40.9mpg. Fuel consumption is therefore impressive considering the vehicle's size, power and speed. The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer also has sure-footed handling that comes courtesy of the lowered suspension and four-wheel-drive system. The latter in particular makes life easier when the roads are slippery due to ice, rain, snow, mud, etc. This workhorse has a fair equipment specification too. Highlights include the: electric parking brake, automatic headlights, front fog lights and cruise control. The Insignia Sports Tourer also feels better screwed together than some of the company's older cars, so it should provide years of stress free motoring. If not - try getting over it by relaxing on the beach.