The Vauxhall Viva has always been marketed as being a small vehicle that is practical, along with being affordable.
It is a well-equipped small car with four doors and it is perfect for travelling around the city. It is easy to drive and it’s in competition with the Hyundai i10. The Vauxhall Viva offers a new front-wheel drive platform in the 1 litre petrol engine, with three cylinders and a manual gearbox. There is a choice of two trims, the SE entry level and the SL.
The SE offers electric windows in the front, cruise control, fog lights as standard and heated mirrors. This may be the more popular choice for those who are able to do without air-conditioning, digital radio and Bluetooth support.
If you want air-conditioning it is going to cost you £495, while the colour display touchscreen is going to add on £425 to the bill.
Step up to the SL top of the range trim and you get USB, Bluetooth, 15 inch alloy wheels and steering wheel in leather. However, you still have to add on the colour touchscreen.
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