The British-built 2012 Vauxhall Insignia continues to make an impact in the UK automotive market in its performance in the second-hand market. Specifically, the hatchback petrol variant, with a manual transmission, according to data collected by AutoTrader. This breed of Vauxhall was able to sell in an average of just 20 days across the United Kingdom.
When new, the Insignia was a great bang-for-buck vehicle. We imagine that the 3-year old car’s value is now at its sweet spot, meaning models with relatively low miles can be had for significantly less than the purchase price when new.
Vauxhall’s Corsa was also identified as one of the more popular vehicles, as it was the fastest selling vehicle next to the Volkswagen Touran in London, East Midlands, Wales, and Yorkshire.