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The Viva is a five-door supermini hatchback produced in its current guise since 2015, though the Viva name is a blast from the past which can be traced back to the 1960s. The Viva sits below the Corsa and Adam in Vauxhall's model line-up, and is a popular choice thanks to its budget price tag and urban practicality. In fact, the Viva is one of the cheapest cars on the market in Britain today, with a frugal engine and shared parts with other Vauxhall models helping to keep costs down. The supermini class is a hugely competitive class, but the low costs and fantastic equipment levels of the Viva make it a popular choice amongst rivals such as the Skoda Citigo and Hyundai i10.

The Viva is available with a single state of tune 74bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine. This sole engine is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox (an 'Easytronic' automatic is expected to follow) has a 0-62mph sprint time of 13.5 seconds and claims combined fuel economy of 62.8mpg, and thanks to its low CO2 emissions of just 104g/km road tax is particularly cheap too. Though the engine can cope on higher speed roads, the Viva is most at home in the city. The Viva platform is based on the Corsa and weighs only 950kg, ensuring an agile and nippy performance which is further enhanced by its light steering and easy gear changing.

Though small in size and price, Vauxhall has not compromised when it comes to interior technology in the Viva. A simple choice of either SE or SL trim is on offer, with base SE trim featuring class-leading levels of equipment as standard including, 15-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, electric front windows, electric mirrors and AUX-in connectivity. There is a huge amount of safety kit on board too, as well as a competitive 206-litre boot capacity.

The frugal engine and low running costs of the Vauxhall Viva make it a popular choice for city drivers, and the generous standard equipment levels are hard to beat within the ever-popular supermini class.

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