New Opel Insignia Country Tourer Goes On Sale, Exclusive Model Joins The Family

Opel has opened the order books for the all-new Insignia Country Tourer in Germany, where it starts from €34,885 ($40,831), tax included.

The first units of the car will arrive at dealers shortly after it will debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, and they will be equipped with a wide range of standard features.

The list includes the hill start assist, front camera, forward collision alert with pedestrian detection, automatic city emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, following distance indication, and high beam assist.

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity is also offered at no extra cost, on the Radio R 4.0 IntelliLink infotainment system, along with the OnStar services, two-zone climate control, keyless entry and go, and others.

The engine lineup includes the 2.0-liter gasoline and diesel units, rated at 260PS (256hp) and 170PS (168hp), respectively. The latter can also be had with the optional all-wheel drive. Opel says that an even more power diesel lump will join the lineup in the near future, in addition to the 1.5-liter turbo’d gasoline engine that delivers 165PS (163hp).

Those in the market for the new Opel Insignia Country Tourer can also specify it with the Exclusive program, a new personalization concept that allows buyers to choose the color they want. Moreover, the Black Pack, which is available with Opel Exclusive, gives the car a high gloss black grille bar, window trim strips, side mirror casings, and others.

A wide range of light alloy wheels are also part of the personalization program, and so are the leather interior options and decorative elements.

Opel says that every Exclusive model has standard features such as the Navi 900 IntelliLink with an 8-inch color touchscreen, solar protect heat-absorbing glazing, and LED matrix lights.

Prices for the Opel Insignia Country Tourer Exclusive start from €35,885 ($42,002).

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  • velsatissweden

    Looks like a Volvo, poor thing.

  • YUDHA BAGASKARA

    i thought the car was dead after the first gen

  • I’mCallingYouOut

    “I can be a Volvo too, right?!”

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