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OPEL Insignia Rims

In this section you can search our wide range of Alloy rims for all current cars, SUVs, Offroaders and light trucks screws, caps and centering rings.

Delivery will take approximately 6 working days. We take great care to offer you the best service possible and in the unlikely event of a supply shortage we will inform you immediately.

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Opel Insignia rims

The Opel Insignia replaced the Opel Vectra in 2008 and has repesented the Rüsselsheim automobile manufacturer in the medium-sized vehicle category ever since. Because the Insignia was also available as an estate, its introduction signified the end of the Opel Signum's time on the market, too. Alongside the estate version, the Insignia was purchasable as a four-door notchback or a five-door hatchback limousine; it could also be ordered with a wide choice of engines, from thrifty diesel to a high-performance OPC version and a 1.4 turbo LPG with liquefied gas supply.

Numerous models worldwide are identical to the Insignia or are based on the same platform, including the Chevrolet Malibu, the Buick Regal and the Saab 9-5 II. Though the Insignia grew out of the final Vectra series, it was significantly more expensive - a fully-equipped estate would set you back more than 55,000 Euros (around 43,500 GBP). While Opel's hopes of wrenching a serious share of the market from models like the Skoda Octavia or the BMW 3 series went unfulfilled, 500,000 units of the Insignia were produced nevertheless. If you own one, consider spicing it up with some stylish new Opel Insignia rims from mytyres.co.uk today. We also stock rims for the Insignia Country Tourer model with all-wheel drive that was introduced at the end of 2013.