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VAUXHALL Viva   2015 2019
2015 2019

The Viva is designed for everyday life, being one of the most practical cars in its category, always ready for urban traffic.
The platform used is based on the Chevrolet Spark and the Viva weighs only around 950 kg, making it very easy to maneuver during everyday traffic conditions.

Vauxhall re-entered the car city segment with the launch of the Viva in 2015. The Vauxhall Viva is available with a 1.0-liter gasoline 3-cylinder engine (that is a bit noisy), developing 72 hp.

For a conventional city car, the interior looks more than decent even if its materials are not exactly high quality. It has an attractive dashboard layout paired with gloss-black plastics, which can be easily scratched. Offered in four trim levels SE, SE Air Con, SE ecoFlex and SL, the Viva is pretty well equipped.

The standard level equipment includes remote central locking, electric windows and cruise control, but it doesn’t include A/C. Optionally, customers may choose Vauxhall’s IntelliLink system, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The top version includes electronic climate control, bluetooth music streaming and USB audio connection, a leather covered steering wheel and 15.0-inch alloy wheels.

The Viva does pretty well when it comes to safety, being equipped with stability control, six airbags, tire-pressure monitoring, and lane departure warning. The car had a standard warranty of 3 years or 60,000 miles.

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