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Definitely this Opel Insignia would take credit of being large family car. The special feature about this is the Transverse Front engine layout that is not seen in few other models from the same parent manufacturer. It is also built in front wheel drive and four wheel drive. The country tourer in this has made its entry in the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2013 and won the hearts of many people watching the show. The reason for it catching the eyes of the viewers is the major facelift that happened in June 2013. While the facelift is the major change we could talk about, the engine upgrades are also quite interesting to note down. The three types of engines, diesel with four different power types 120, 140, 163 and the 195 PS Bi Turbo, petrol with 1.4 and 1.8 turbo and non-ecoFlex engine with 130 PS are available in market. It has won enough awards for being the best family car. Hope you too would love it.

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