Vauxhall Insignia under scrutiny
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Vauxhall's 2008 answer to the Vectra, the Insignia, has been designed wholly to take on and maintain Vauxhall's success in the car fleet industry.
Mid-sized, attractive, a work-horse and one that says 'executive' are the qualities required of the new Insignia, and it would appear that car fleet managers looking for the ideal car fleet mainstay may have found it.
A pressandjournal.co.uk report highlights some executive toys that will please both safety and entertainment-focused executives, such as a forward-facing camera which can detect and display road signs for the driver and steerable headlights.
MP3 player connectivity is becoming commonplace but is still worth noting as a feature, and the built-in Bluetooth connectivity also makes life more safe and more professional on the road.
Boasting two-litre, V6 engines may not scream 'environmentally-friendly', however, which may or may not act against the car in the car fleet industry, but the design appears to have been widely accepted by most reviewers.
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