The super stylish New Vauxhall Viva has arrived at Charles Hurst Vauxhall in Belfast, Lisburn, Portadown and Chimney Corner.
The new Vauxhall Viva may have the same name as the original model but that's where the similarities end. The new Viva is smaller at 3.68 metres long, but can comfortably carry up to five passengers; it is a smart, stylish city car that is a great choice for every day driving. The exterior of the Viva shares the philosophy of the original with its clean lines; it has three strong lines that swoop down the side and features the signature blade seen on the new Insignia and Corsa models. Two further lines run through the front and rear door handles. The Vauxhall Griffin badge sits proudly in the middle of the wing chromed bar in the front grille, and large front headlights and rear taillights give the Viva its quirky and vibrant personality. Equipment & Technology
Like the Adam and Corsa models the Viva is fully connected through the intelligent IntellLink infotainment system. Passengers can seamlessly link their Apple iOS and Android devices to the Intellink allowing them to access their phones whilst driving. The new Viva is also equipped with a whole raft of innovative technology and safety systems such as ESP, traction control, Electronic Brake-Force Distribution and Hill Start Assist. Other optional extras include; cruise control, fog lights, sunroof, heated front seats and steering wheel. Engines
The new Viva is the latest Vauxhall to feature the new 1.0-litre three-cylinder ECOTEC engine, after it was first seen in ADAM ROCKS AIR and the New Corsa. The ECOTEC engine has been specially developed for the VIVA, its 75PS powertrain is smooth and efficient and is coupled with a five-speed transmission. The new Vauxhall VIVA will be available with two trim levels: SE and SL which have been carried over from the original model of the 1960's. The SE trim will have Air Con and ecoFlex versions, giving customers the choice of fourwell-specified models (SE, SE Air Con, SE ecoFLEX and SL).