VAUXHALL Insignia VXR Sports Tourer

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VAUXHALL Insignia VXR Sports Tourer Insignia VXR Supersport Touring Sports
VAUXHALL Insignia VXR Sports Tourer Insignia VXR Supersport Touring Sports  2010 2019
2010 2019

The 2010 Insignia VXR Supersport Touring Sports is a long name.
It takes more time to spell it than it took that car to reach 62 mph from a standing start.

They say to not judge a book by its cover. It is the same with the Insignia VXR Touring Sports. Despite its big appearance as a station wagon with a huge 538 liters (19 cu-ft) trunk in the rear, it was not a slow car. That could be noticed since the first look at the vehicle’s front bumper that featured large air intakes to cool the engine and brakes. The car’s large intercooler could have been seen through the lower grille. In the rear, a small roof spoiler completes the aerodynamic package.

Inside, the bucket seats are signed by Recaro and promised great support on the bends. There was room for two adults in the back, maybe three if the middle passenger would like to ride on the transmission tunnel. After 2013, when a mid-life cycle refresh was launched, the driver had a touchpad in front of its left armrest to control the infotainment system. It even had an 8” touch-screen.

In the technical department, Vauxhall checked all the boxes that made a normal car, a fast one. 2.8-liter V6 turbocharged, all-wheel-drive and limited-slip front differential. On top of that, a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission was offered. Adaptive dampers were also installed, with manual settings for comfort or sport mode.

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