Vauxhall’s Meriva will come of age with a new look and class-leading Euro-6 diesel engine when the model goes on sale in the UK next month.
Four Vauxhall/Opel cars have come top for reliability in recently published breakdown statistics issued by a leading German breakdown service.
Vauxhall has completed the new Meriva’s diesel engine line up with the addition of two ultra-efficient units that together boost the range’s green credentials and offer yet more performance than before.
Putting your back into it will be something of the past with Vauxhall’s New Meriva, as scientific research proves it is the first car that can actually help reduce back strain and harmful twisting motions.
Vauxhall will unveil not one, but two cars at this year’s Geneva Motor Show on March 2, with world premieres of the all-new Meriva compact MPV and a futuristic concept car, which is set to boost the company’s credentials as a leader in environmental vehicles.
Vauxhall has yet again clinched the mantle of Scotland’s best-selling car manufacturer in 2009, continuing its market dominance north of the border for the third year in a row.
These are the first official pictures of Vauxhall’s new Meriva, which is set to turn the conventional concept of family-car usability on its head with a combination of clever, rear-hinged back doors which radically improve access/egress, and a raft of unique cabin features that boost interior versatility.