An excellent, reliable car. A bit heavy on petrol though for a Vauxhall
Light in the glove compartment has blown.
The engine is a little underpowered for the size of the car.
Very nice interior with comfortable seats, and the controls are easy to use. The indicators are very odd though, and take some getting used to.
The stereo is brilliant! Fantastic sound even at full volume, and the radio function is very easy to use.
The doors are heavy, and it's very difficult to get into the back with the 3 door model.
The seats are very difficult to put back into position after tilting them to admit rear passengers.
The handling is average, and the steering isn't the lightest. Handling overall is okay, but doesn't feel right for the size of the car.
My 1.2 struggles at hills, I would give the 1.0 version a miss.
The boot is a nice size, and there is plenty of room in the back.
Its very quick nonetheless, and it's a surprisingly good cruiser on the motorway.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th September, 2010