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Vauxhall Insignia gets new diesel engines

Vauxhall is offering a new range of diesel engines for both the sedan and Sports Tourer models of the Insignia . The first engine is a 2.0-liter Turbo that delivers 160 HP and a peak torque of 350Nm from 1750-2500rpm. This is all accomplished with a fuel consumption of 57.6mpg for the sedan and 55.4mpg for the Sports Tourer model.

The second engine is an improved 2.0 CDTi 160 HP engine that now has a fuel consumption that has been improved by 6.5%. There is also a new 2.0 CCDTi engine that delivers 130 HP and, finally, a 2.0 CDTi engine offered in both 130 and 160 HP versions.

Engineers have designed a stiffer fixing between the injection pump and engine, while also reducing piston noise at all engine speeds. The addition of scissor gears to the cam-drive enhances engine refinement still further, while supplementary noise-absorbing foam shields complete the NVH package.

The greatest part about these new engine additions, other than the obvious environmental factor, is that the Insignia’s pricing will remain the same and the new engines are available starting today!

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Vauxhall has made sizeable reductions in C02s and fuel consumption to key models in its European Car of the Year-winning Insignia range, meaning that customers now benefit from combined emissions as low as 129g/km.

While changes to the Insignia’s 2.0-litre Turbo engine have yielded a near-five per cent drop in emissions on the Sports Tourer, thanks to improvements made to the engine’s engine management system, each of the Insignia’s 2.0-litre diesel powerplants also become greener and less costly to run.

The Insignia ecoFLEX’s emissions have now dropped from 136g/km to just 129g/km, with a corresponding improvement in fuel consumption from 54.3mpg combined, to 57.6mpg. This means that not only is the ecoFLEX cheaper to run, but since it falls under 130g/km, customers will pay no VED for the first year.

Insignia Sports Tourer ecoFLEX drivers also gain, with added efficiency gains meaning a drop in C02 to 134g/km and fuel consumption of 55.4mpg, up from 53.3mpg. And no matter which ecoFLEX model buyers choose, power remains at 160PS, with torque a healthy 350Nm from 1750-2500rpm.

But Vauxhall’s greenest Insignias aren’t the only ones to benefit in the range. The 2.0 CDTi 160PS model now benefit from C02 emissions of 144g/km (down from 154g/km), meaning 6.5 per cent lower fuel consumption for all drivers and a 2 per cent drop in BIK tax for company car users, down to 20 per cent for Hatch and Saloon variants.

And completing the revised engine line-up is the 130PS version of the 2.0 CCDTi, which thanks to an all-new turbocharger, emits combined C02 emissions of just 136g/km – an 11.5 per cent reduction.

The latest revisions to the current range don’t stop there, either. The Insignia’s 2.0 CDTi engine now benefits from a raft of changes to reduce noise and vibrations in both 130PS and 160PS units. Engineers have designed a stiffer fixing between the injection pump and engine, while also reducing piston noise at all engine speeds. The addition of scissor gears to the cam-drive enhances engine refinement still further, while supplementary noise-absorbing foam shields complete the NVH package.

Despite the significant improvements in efficiency and refinement, the latest Insignias’ on the road prices remains the same and all revised models can be ordered from today.



9 comments:

Diesel engines are less expensive compare to other gasoline engines. Good idea in making an engine that almost anyone could afford to buy.

What are you talking about? For a daily used car 50 hp is just enough. This is not really a sportscar so what’s the use of such excessive power and heck it will cause the car to be a gas guzzler.

I really hate sedan for its both less beautiful and powerful. And although they have made improved its engine still 130 hp is not enough. I really don’t know what’s the used of the injection pump attached for this car.

You are right, It really needs to filter out that noise otherwise it will be a big mess on the road. I don’t like hearing such kind of sounds when I go out on the streets. It’s irritating, Am serious about it!

hmm diesel? I wonder if they already eliminate the noise and vibration of the engine.

This fleet-focused corner of the market has seen its buyers siphoned off from all sides over the past few years and that’s despite the overall standard of the cars therein being stronger than ever.

I bet they can find a way to lessen it’s engine noise and vibrations.

well, good luck to them, i hope they can find a way to eliminate the noise and vibration of A diesel Engine.

but it looks like a buick regal back sight

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