The all-new Opel Insignia will make it’s debut in Opel’s Irish dealer network this weekend.

The hatchback is badged the Insignia Grand Sport (from €27,350) and the estate is badged the Insignia Sports Tourer (from €28,550).

Power will come from a new 1.5-litre (140hp) turbo petrol unit, the 1.6-litre diesel (110 or 136hp) and the 2.0-litre diesel (170hp). Both the 1.6-litre (136hp) and 2.0-litre (170hp) units are available with both manual and automatic transmission.

There will be four trim levels available for new Opel Insignia in Ireland: SC (from €27,350), SRi (from €29,350), SE (from €29,350) and Elite (from €31,595).

Standard equipment includes Opel OnStar, air con, cruise control, 7″ touchscreen with Apple Car Play and Android Auto projection, 17″ alloys and keyless entry and start. SRi includes navigation, front sports seats, climate control, 8″ touchscreen, rear spoiler and traffic sign recognition. SE includes a 4.2″ colour information display, front and rear parking sensors and driver’s lumbar support. Elite models include leather trim and Intellilux LED matrix headlights.

Diesels are available from €29,350.

Opel Insignia Grand Sport
The Opel Insignia Grand Sport has arrived in Ireland, priced from €27,350

Caroline Kidd