How big is the boot on a Vauxhall Viva?

How big is the boot on a Vauxhall Viva?

206 litre
Opening the Viva’s tailgate reveals a 206 litre boot space – for comparison, the VW-Group trio of city cars (the up!, Citigo and Mii) measure in at 251 litres, while the Suzuki Celerio leads the pack with 254 litres. There’s no underfloor storage, and a spare wheel is optional, but at least you can spec one.

Is the Vauxhall Viva a good car?

On the road, the Vauxhall is exactly what most buyers would want from a city car: safe, predictable and easy to manoeuvre. It rides and handles reasonably well, too. The Viva is efficient and cheap to run, but there are more rounded city cars on sale.

Why did Vauxhall stop making the Viva?

Vauxhall says that the decision not to replace either model is motivated by two reasons: first, to help its fleet CO2 compliance target; second, as part of a refined focus on high-volume segments.

Does Vauxhall Viva have sat nav?

Sat-nav, stereo and infotainment SE models get a fairly basic FM radio with pre-sets and a dot-matrix screen, plus audio controls on the steering wheel. There’s no Bluetooth or USB connectivity as standard. The upgrade also includes a DAB radio tuner. The unit is simple to use, thanks to its clear layout.

Which is bigger Corsa or Viva?

Vauxhall’s bargaining on the Corsa’s far broader range (the Viva gets just one engine and two trims, the Corsa a real smorgasbord of both), slightly larger dimensions and more distinctive looks will prevent overlap between the two cars.

How many seats does a Vauxhall Viva have?

Vauxhall Viva interior space & storage Despite being a small car, the Viva can seat five adults with ease. The rear is perfectly good for three adults and the tall roof means there’s plenty of headroom.

Is the Vauxhall Viva being discontinued?

In order to contribute to the CO2 compliance and to focus on high volume segments, the Vauxhall ADAM and VIVA will not be replaced after the end of their life cycles, but will remain on sale until the end of 2019.

When did they stop making Vauxhall Viva?

Vauxhall Viva
Production 1963–1979 1,516,792 produced
Assembly England: Cheshire, Ellesmere Port
Body and chassis
Class Small family car (C)

Is a Vauxhall Viva bigger than a Corsa?

Does Vauxhall Viva have parking sensors?

It also gets a leather-covered steering wheel, tinted rear windows and 15-inch alloy wheels. Options include a Winter Pack offering heated seats and a heated steering wheel, as well as rear parking sensors and an electric sunroof.

How do I connect my phone to my Vauxhall Viva?

How to connect your Android phone to your Vauxhall

  1. Download and install the Android Auto app from Google Play on your phone.
  2. Connect your phone to the infotainment system with a USB cable.
  3. On your phone, configure Android Auto to access necessary phone functions.

How big is the boot of a Vauxhall Viva?

At 206 litres, the boot isn’t the biggest in the city car class either – both the Hyundai i10 and Skoda Citigo get around 50 litres more – but the Viva does have enough space to store the weekly shop and a small cabin suitcase. The rear seats can be easily folded forward to provide a useful 1013 litres.

When did the last Vauxhall Viva go out of production?

The third generation HC series was the last solely Vauxhall designed passenger car when it ceased production in 1979, since all future Vauxhalls would be badge engineered Opel models. The Viva nameplate was re-introduced on the Opel Karl (a rebadged GM Korea product) in 2015 but was discontinued again during 2019.

Is the Vauxhall Viva a good car to drive?

The Vauxhall Viva is not completely out of its depth on faster roads, either. Point the Viva’s stubby nose down a twisting back road, and it’s clear it doesn’t have the abilities of a Ford Ka + or Skoda Citigo. But its handling is safe and predictable, although the firm suspension set-up is more easily unsettled by mid-corner bumps.

What kind of insurance does Vauxhall Viva have?

Last, but not least, the Viva sits in low insurance groups and has class-leading 20,000-mile service intervals. As it’s such a new car, there are no figures yet on how reliable the Viva is.

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