2018-2019 Opel Insignia Country Tourer

2018-2019 Opel Insignia Country Tourer

Lineup 2018-2019 Opel Insignia updated road modification Country Tourer. The first bride car scheduled for September exhibition Frankfurt Motor Show in , but now about ready for adventure touring knows everything. Practicality Version Sports Tourer is complemented by increased ground clearance, protective bodywork, all-wheel drive with Haldex coupling and electronically-controlled rear limited-slip differential.

Crossovers are now confidently conquer the location of potential buyers. The success of the compact model Mokka has pushed the company to think about increasing the clearance of another of its popular car. “We are confident that the sports appeal of 2018-2019 Opel Insignia Country Tourer will win the hearts of new customers”, – said Acting Vice-President of Sales, Marketing and Aftersales 2018-2019 Opel Duncan Aldred. The main advantage of the new items was an increase by 20 mm ground clearance. The car is not saved before the roads with poor coverage, but to conquer the extreme off-road it is on.


Visual appeal adds protection wagon wheel arches, bumpers and sills anthracite. However brutal Insignia Country Tourer from it did not. It’s all in the general style and elegant decorating car chrome.

Motor gamma novelty consists of two diesels and one petrol power unit.

The two-liter diesel 2.0 CDTI develops capacity 163 l / s and 350 Nm of torque, with the possibility of short-term increase to 380 Nm thanks to the overboost function. The same on the working volume of the engine 2.0 CDTI BiTurbo with dual supercharged generates 195 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque. The top-end engine in the lineup 2018-2019 Opel Insignia Country Tourer unit becomes 2.0 SIDI, working on gasoline. Engine power is 250 hp with 400 Nm of traction. Engines 2.0 CDTI and 2.0 SIDI can be paired with a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-band automatic. Powerful diesel 2.0 CDTI BiTurbo combined only with an automatic transmission.

wheel drive 2018-2019 Opel Insignia Country Tourer has a Haldex coupling and electronically-controlled rear limited-slip differential. Torque is distributed between the axles smoothly from zero to 100 percent, as well as between the rear wheels. The manufacturer claims that the wagon will start and continue, if three of the four wheels will be on slippery surfaces or loose ground, and only one will be sufficient grip.

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