Opel has priced the 2017 Insignia Country Tourer at €34,885, or roughly $39,795. That’s quite a steep price compared to the Regal TourX, which is an identical vehicle to the Insignia Country Tourer. However, the price reflects much more standard content onboard.
The 2017 Opel Insignia Country Tourer arrives with Hill Start Assist, Opel Eye front camera including Forward Collision Alert with Pedestrian Detection and Automatic City Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist with automatic steering correction, Following Distance Indication, High Beam Assist and automatic low beam lighting with tunnel recognition. That’s all standard for the Opel.
The Buick, on the other hand, doesn’t even get leather seats of Apple CarPlay capability until the top trim. The same all-wheel-drive system is present, however. Engine choices for the Insignia Country Tourer are a 2.0-liter diesel or a 1.5-liter gasoline turbocharged engine. A six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic are both available for the diesel mill, while a six-speed auto replaces the eigth-speed option in the petrol engine.
Order books are now open for the Insignia Country Tourer and deliveries will take place following the vehicle’s public debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show this September.