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Vauxhall releases first images of the new VIVABack

VivaVauxhall has just released the first official pictures of the Vauxhall VIVA ahead of its launch in spring 2015.

The VIVA is Vauxhall’s all-new five-door entry level model set to arrive in the UK in the spring. It will join Vauxhall’s existing small car range which includes popular models such as the Vauxhall Corsa supermini and the Vauxhall ADAM.

Names after Vauxhall’s original VIVA car made from 1963 to 1979, the all-new VIVA shares the same philosophy, its stylish, durable and practical.

Viva3The VIVA is designed to fit into modern, everyday life, offering a highly practical city car that’s spacious enough for five people. It will be available to purchase in one of ten exterior paint colours with a choice of 14-16 inch alloys.

Like the new Corsa and the ADAM ROCKS AIR, the new VIVA will feature Vauxhall’s new 1.0-litre 75PS three-cylinder ECOTEC engine that’s smooth and punchy, and fuel efficient, and comes with a five-speed transmission.

The new VIVA is packed with equipment to include an IntelliLink infortainment system which allows seamless integration of Apple iOS and Android devices. Safety equipment includes ESP featuring traction control, ABS with Electronic Brake-Force Distribution and Hill Start Assist, which prevents the car from rolling back when starting on a slope.

Viva2The Vauxhall VIVA is well suited to city driving with features such as Vauxhall’s City mode which reduces steering effort at the push of a button and Park assist which alerts drivers to any obstacles in the way when parking. Further options to make life that little bit easier include cruise control and heated front seats.

Tim Tozer, Vauxhall’s Chairman and Managing Director said: “Short, crisp and full of character, Vauxhall’s new entry-level model is a ‘proper’ small car and will hold great appeal in this rapidly growing sector.

“On sale next year at an extremely attractive price point, VIVA joins new Corsa and ADAM in a compelling small car portfolio, giving Vauxhall an unrivalled position in the small car market.”

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 04/12/2014