Opel Insignia

The Opel Insignia is great family car designed and manufactured by Opel, the German subsidiary of General Motors (GM) since 2008, which will replace the Opel Vectra. which was launched in 2008 British International Motor Show in London, the Opel Insignia, the name of the UK market. the name of Opel Insignia is used throughout continental Europe and Ireland and North America and Chinese markets branded versions of the Buick Regal. the Buick Regal is also available in North America at the end of 2010. Chile remains Insignia Vectra Chevrolet Vectra name of the previous model. the Insignia is the first production car to feature double action in front of the camera traffic sign recognition. Insignia selected for the 2009 Car of the Year.
The Insignia is 30 millimeters (1.2 inches) more space than the knee Vectra. Both body variants have identical 4830 mm (190.2 inches) in length and share the same wheelbase of 2,737 mm (107.8 inches).

Since the launch offered a range Insignia 1.6-liter straight-four engine 1 produces 85 kilowatts (116 hp, 114 hp) 1.8-liter version produces 103 kilowatts (138 hp), a 2.0-liter straight- Family II, four gasoline turbo direct injection produces 162 kilowatts (217 hp), a Holden built 2.8-liter V6 High Feature turbo gasoline engine produces 191 kilowatts (256 hp) and turbocharged 2.0-liter 'right-CDTi' four diesel engines that produce 81 kilowatts (109 hp), 96 kilowatts (129 hp) and 118 kW (158 hp). These CDTi diesel engine of Fiat / Opel JTD.

The engine lineup was expanded in early mid-2009 with a 1.6 liter gasoline turbo develops 132 kW (177 hp) and the variation quarter to 2.0 liters 'CDTi' diesel that produces 140 kilowatts (190 hp) twin-turbo form [6]. The latter, A20DTR engine code has been delayed until at least 2011 by Saab, which manufactures the device in its models are now part TTiD Nor GM. [Edit] The nine engines meet Euro 5 emission standards, and all offered with the exception of the front wheel drive configuration of 2.8 and 2.0 liter gasoline turbo diesel bi-turbo, offered with the Saab XWD all-wheel drive as standard. With the 2.0-liter turbo, both forms of propulsion available. six-speed manual or automatic transmission is fitted across the zone, but five-speed automatic used on engines of 1.6 and 1.8 liter of gasoline and diesel baseline.

Also started in 2009, is a low-emission 2.0-liter diesel ecoFLEX variant must begin sales. Using modified aerodynamics and motor control, the model of carbon dioxide below 140 g / km, which corresponds to about 5.0 L/100 km. Power output is rated at 118 kilowatts (158 hp), but this engine and transmission to eliminate the possibility of defining (FlexRide) as an option in some markets. Later, in 2009, the high performance version of the 2.8-liter V6 turbo form will be fitted with Opel Performance Center (OPC) and VXR variants provides 239 kilowatts (321 hp). In September 2010, 2.0 CDTi diesel variant is now available with Adaptive 4x4 (4WD). It is currently only available in 2.0 and 2.8 liter turbo gasoline variants, and complements the programming one.

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