Putting a 1.4-litre petrol engine in a car the size of a Vauxhall Insignia sounds a terrible idea. Jonathan Crouch discovers that it's anything but.
If you choose a Vauxhall Insignia, chances are you'll choose a diesel one. Here's a petrol model that more than earns its starting place. Jonathan Crouch reports.
The Insignia was the car that turned Vauxhall's medium range offering from risible to respectable. The improved version built on that showing and has now been given a hi-tech 170PS 2.0-litre diesel engine option. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Vauxhall has done a thorough job of updating its Insignia Sports Tourer estate. Jonathan Crouch reports.
In its latest much improved form, Vauxhall's Insignia is a far more compelling car. Especially if you order it in Tech Line trim. Jonathan Crouch reports
Vauxhall has given its Insignia VXR SuperSport a fresh look and some chassis revisions. It's a very fast family five-door indeed. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Vauxhall's latest Meriva gets refreshed styling and a slick 1.6 diesel engine. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Turbocharged petrol engines haven't been the default choice in small MPVs but Vauxhall's improved Meriva 1.4 VVT Turbo could alter that. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Vauxhall's Meriva 16 CDTi features a diesel engine that shows the car at its very best. Jonathan Crouch reports.
A small, trendy little Crossover model can also be a practical choice. If you doubt that, take a drive in Vauxhall's Mokka. Jonathan Crouch does just that.
The Mokka represents a step into a new market sector for Vauxhall. It's one they can't afford to get wrong either. Jonathan Crouch tries the tempting 1.4 petrol Turbo 4x4 variant.
The Vauxhall Movano is equipped to take on the big guns in the large panel van class. Steve Walker reports.
They like their muscle cars in Oz and, courtesy of GM Holden, we can buy one of the best here in Blighty. Jonathan Crouch samples Vauxhall's wildest saloon, the VXR8 GTS.