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Insignia Sports Tourer 2.0 CDTI ecoFlex Innovation

Insignia Sports Tourer 2.0 CDTI ecoFlex Innovation (Germany, 2009)

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Debuted in 2009, this Opel Insignia Sports Tourer 2.0 CDTI ecoFlex Innovation belongs to the 1st generation of the Insignia model. Powered by a 1956cc engine, this version has a power output of 160 hp. This Insignia Sports Tourer 2.0 CDTI ecoFlex Innovation is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100km/h in 9.9 seconds at a maximum speed of 215 km/h. The powertrain of the car has been mated with a 6-speed gearbox. This executive variant features a combined consumption of 5.1 l/100km. CO2 emissions are fixed at 134 g/km. It has a boot volume of 540 l. Although it can be extended by lowering the back seats.

Note: The data on this car profile refer to vehicles available in Germany.


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