The frugal ecoFLEX version of the Vauxhall Insignia now has CO2 emissions of just 115g/km
31 May 2011

Vauxhall has equipped its Insignia ecoFLEX with a revised 2.0 CDTi engine that brings its CO2 emissions down to just 115g/km.

That's a 14g/km improvement over the current Vauxhall Insignia ecoFLEX. The 128bhp unit has been equipped with a stop-start system for the first time, while aerodynamic tweaks and low-rolling resistance tyres also help bring down the headline CO2 figure.

The engine helps the Insignia ecoFLEX reach a top speed of 129mph, while 0-60mph takes 10.4sec. A 158bhp version of the engine is also available, which brings down the 0-60mph time to 8.9sec and increases top speed to 137mph. Both engines retaining the outgoing units' torque outputs of 221lb ft and 258lb ft respectively.

Prices for the revised Insignia ecoFLEX range start at £20,345.

A new turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol engine has also been added to the Insignia range. The unit returns 51.4mpg and has CO2 emissions of 129g/km. Prices for this Insignia start from £18,680.

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