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Insignia emissions cut

Date: 07 July 2010

Vauxhall has cut the emissions on its 2.0-litre diesel Insignia, with the five-door Ecoflex version now getting under 130g/km, and the standard CDTi model down 10g/km to 144g/km.

The Ecoflex Inisgnia, powered by a 160hp 2.0-litred diesel, comes down by 7g/km to 129g/km, with economy going from 54.3mpg to 57.6.

The Insignia Sports Tourer also drops emissions, coming down a benefit-in-kind band thanks to the figure going from 139g/km to 134.

Vauxhall also claims to have made changes to the car designed o reduce noise and vibration on both the 130hp and 160hp versions of the diesel engine.

The modifications arrive with no change to list price and are on sale now.

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