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DoneDeal of the Week: This Opel Insignia saloon is a classy cruiser with low running costs

Want something that offers a better driving experience? We’ve got a Ford Mondeo for you too.

LOOKING FOR A a comfortable family saloon that feels as at home on the motorway as it does around town and on the school run? Then this 2014 Opel Insignia for €13,495 could be the car for you.

The Opel Insignia is a relaxing motorway cruiser with a comfortable ride. It is also a handsome looking car too and has some of the lowest emissions of any big diesel saloon. The 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged CDTi produces just 99g/km and is just €180 to tax. It also has a claimed combined fuel economy figure of 3.7 litres/100km (76mpg).

Source: Windsor Airside Nissan & Peugeot

This particular model comes in S trim and features air conditioning, electric front windows, a leather-covered steering wheel, automatic lighting control, a multi-function trip computer and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Safety features include cruise control with speed limiter, Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), and ISOFIX child seat mounting points for all three rear seats.

Source: Windsor Airside Nissan & Peugeot

Ford Mondeo

Looking for a family saloon with a sharp driving dynamics and great chassis? Then this 2014 Ford Mondeo for €16,995 could be the car for you.

Source: Bolands Wexford

The Ford Mondeo is one of the best driving and handling cars in its class. Its steering is well weighted with decent amounts of feel and feedback, it has a well tuned suspension set-up that’s great for Irish roads and it is comfortable too. It isn’t terribly sporty but it is very satisfying to drive.

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Source: Bolands Wexford

This particular 2014 model comes in Graphite trim and features air con, cruise control, electric front windows, media connection, multi-function steering wheel, remote boot release, traction control and alloy wheels.

Source: Bolands Wexford

It is powered by a 115hp 1.6-litre diesel engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. It costs €190 to tax annually.

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