Brand New Vauxhall Viva 1.0 SE - PCP = £99dep & £99/m (x47) edenvauxhall
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Brand New Vauxhall Viva 1.0 SE - PCP = £99dep & £99/m (x47) edenvauxhall

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Found 8th Apr 2016
Brand New Vauxhall Viva
Through Eden Vauxhall
4yr PCP
only 6000 miles per year
Steel wheels
No A/C
Only in solid Red at this price

Weird thing is the car comes with 3yrs warranty yet this is a 4yr PCP.

So the monthly payments are low for a new car however is this really a deal? I don't know?

Cash Price £8,450.00
Customer Deposit £99.00
Amount Of Credit £8,351.00
47 Monthly Payments Of £99.98
Final Optional Payment £3,552.00
Total Amount Payable £8,450.00
Representative APR 0%
Contracted Annual Mileage 6,000

9 Comments

People on here seem to hate most cars that aren't German. This is a simple car that's perfect for the type of driver that will be doing mostly short journeys and lets them get around freely for less than bus fair.

notos

People on here seem to hate most cars that aren't German. This is a … People on here seem to hate most cars that aren't German. This is a simple car that's perfect for the type of driver that will be doing mostly short journeys and lets them get around freely for less than bus fair.



Vauxhall is German

Also, this isn't much of a deal when the likes of the Citroen Cactus could be had recently for £117 p/m on a 2 year lease. A much nicer and better equipped car -- with no requirement to get a MOT in the 3rd year like on this Vauxhall....and air conditioning/alloy wheels etc.

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Edited by: "wenttoabetterplace" 8th Apr 2016

yeah but this is pretty shoddy.
it's a cheap and fairly rubbish car to start with.
Add (or should I say take away) no aircon, alloys or decent colour. put a very restrictive 6k a year limit on it. 24k miles in 4 years is ridiculous. As is four years finance and 3 years warranty, plus the mot and repairs.
buy a year old corsa for 4 grand and be done with it.

I always said a Vauxhall was the brand I'd never own, but had a Zafira model B for a year. 1800cc petrol that was woefully underspecced for its list price. Engine was crying out for a 6th gear, which even the garage owner I bought it from acknowledged when looking for its replacement.

Glad I got rid of it, even more so before the episodes of the model B self-igniting came to light. Considered buying Opel badges on eBay while I still owned the car just to rid myself of the Vauxhall livery!

I can finally replace my Viva with an up to date version

http://thumbs1.picclick.com/d/l400/pict/291703178896_/NOW-BREAKING-VAUXHALL-VIVA-MAGNUM-1800-ESTATE-HC.jpg

wenttoabetterplace

Vauxhall is German ;)Also, this isn't much of a deal when the likes of … Vauxhall is German ;)Also, this isn't much of a deal when the likes of the Citroen Cactus could be had recently for £117 p/m on a 2 year lease. A much nicer and better equipped car -- with no requirement to get a MOT in the 3rd year like on this Vauxhall....and air conditioning/alloy wheels etc.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opel



Always thought GM Motors was an American company.

doober

Always thought GM Motors was an American company.



Most Vauxhalls sold in the UK are designed, developed and engineered by Opel in Germany. Of course Opel is owned by GM. They are made in various countries.

However, in this case the Viva is developed by GM's Korean company.

Edited by: "androoski" 8th Apr 2016

androoski

However, in this case the Viva is developed by GM's Korean company.



Looking at the picture, it resembles one of the non-descript Kias or Hyundais that are prevalent on our roads today

The same car as Chevrolet Spark. Some say it's a redeveloped Daewoo/Chevrolet Matiz. Rubbish car to say it in simple words.
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