Good for its age
Bodywork was already developing rust when I bought it.
Seats were badly worn and not very comfortable.
Front passenger seat became immovable after cable broke.
Driver's side window crank broke.
Broke down three times in the space of a year.
For its age, the Viva was a very reliable car, although the quality of its mechanicals did not run through to its bodywork. It wasn't at all exciting though, with a sluggish 1300cc engine. But fuel bills were low.
A bargain at £250 which headed for the scrapyard a year later because of spreading rust.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th April, 2006