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The Most Common Opel/Vauxhall Insignia Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Opel/Vauxhall Insignia. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Insignia

The Insignia is primarily a large family car manufactured since 2008. In 2003 Vauxhall (the British wing of Opel) showcased their concept and dubbed it their new flagship model eclipsing their former successes the Astra and the Corsa, both of which are much smaller cars.

This Insignia took the place of both the Signum and the Vectra, replacing both with just the single model but ensuring it still provided all the benefits of each.

There are many variations, some of which include a 4 door sedan, a saloon, a 5 door liftback and 5 door station wagon. Equally, it has many names worldwide such as Vauxhall Insignia in the UK, Buick Regal in America and the Holden Commodore in Australia. The Insignia took over from the formally popular Vectra by providing a much more luxurious and grand vehicle and in 2008 officially premiered at the British International Motor Show.

The first generation was based on the Epsilon II platform which was also used by the Chevrolet Malibu. One of the main benefits of the Insignia compared to the Vectra was the leg space, making it more appealing to families. It had quite a few firsts too, namely, it was Vauxhall's first to show off their new badge, and also the first to remove the traditional ‘V’ shaped front grilles. The first generation was also very early in bringing out adaptive forward lighting (sensing oncoming vehicles, weather conditions and time of day and adjusting accordingly). And, the ‘Opel Eye’, a network of cameras fitted above the windscreen that can detect road signs and markings.

The second generation was introduced in 2017 taking inspiration from the 2013 Opel Monza Concept car. There were numerous petrol engines available, but these were streamlined to only two 2-liter 4 cylinder petrol engines, a 1.5-liter and a 2.0-liter (replacing the 1.6-litre).

This car is incredibly versatile and used by families and businessmen alike. The Insignia was even entered into the The Thorney Motor Sport team as a competing vehicle. Unfortunately, it didn’t meet expectations and was later replaced by the Volkswagen CC.