Opel Launches Insignia OPC Unlimited7
Europeans can now treat themselves to the Opel Insignia OPC Unlimited, which is more or less your standard Insignia OPC with a bit more of a free spirit thanks to the removal of its speed governor (or nanny, if you prefer).
The deletion of the electronic speed restriction allows the OPC Unlimited to achieve its full potential in top speed at 270 km/h or 168 mph, compared to the standard model which tops out at 250 km/h or 155 mph.
Telling the OPC Unlimited from the standard flock are awesome Brembo brake calipers with the logo painted blue, which will bring the all-wheel-drive 325 horsepower German sport sedan to a screeching halt.
The cost for the extra speed and blue brake calipers will start at €48,605 in Germany.
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That seems to be a nice Opel, but how is it with the quality? I have an Opel Insignia 2,0 T 2010 with loads of problems. Some of these problems Opel and Kronobergs Bilaffär refuses to repair.
What problems are you experiencing that the dealer won’t fix?
Thanks you for asking. There is and has been so many problems that it takes time to explain. Please if you have some time over read through this forum posts
I think you can see my frustration and sadness over the issues there. Or use Google translation service to read Opel complaints. This last link is not updated yet about the Opel Insignia, but there is written about the Opel Vectra and happenings after complaints. I like Opel as car very much but Opel Sweden themselves gives me no other way out from this situation than selling the car and never buy any more Opel again.
Opel Insignia owner for some weeks more Jerker Andersson
It is an amazing car.
It does have a problem with DPF in countries with less stringent controls on the quality of gasoline
The DPF problem can be solved by syntec oil changes
Can the GM MDI be used to get rid of the nanny on the Insignia?