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Vauxhall confirms it will axe Adam and Viva city cars

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall will axe its Adam and Viva city cars at the end of next year, as part of a range revamp that will involve launching an electrified variant of every model in its line-up by 2024. The Adam has been on sale since 2013, with the similarly sized Viva (known on the continent as the Opel Karl) launched the following year.

Fiat Punto gets Euro NCAP’s first ever zero-star rating

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Fiat Punto has received Euro NCAP’s first zero-star score, sparking concern at the crash-testing organisation, as have the three-star ratings of several other cars. In the latest batch of tests, the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, Dacia Duster, DS 3, Ford C-Max, Ford Grand C-Max, Kia Stonic, MG ZS, Toyota Aygo and Vauxhall Viva all achieved three-star ratings in their standard forms.

Vauxhall Viva Rocks Is Priced From £11,530 In UK

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Opel Karl has been available as a rugged Rocks model since last year, and now its British sibling, the Vauxhall Viva, has received an identical treatment. Named the Vauxhall Viva Rocks, it can already be ordered in the United Kingdom from £11,530 ($15,268) on-the-road, featuring plastic cladding all around, an increased ride height, silver roof rails, and unique 15-inch bi-color look alloy wheels.

New Ford Ka+ to cost from £8995

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New Ka+ targets the Vauxhall Viva and Fiat 500 in the city car market, with stylish Black and White editions to follow later this yearThe Ford Ka+ will go on sale in the UK next month, with prices starting from £8995. The new city car, which is roughly the same size as the Fiesta hatchback, replaces the Ford Ka and is designed to satisfy the appetite for smaller, cheaper cars in the UK.

Vauxhall Astra long-term test review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Even before it started appearing in British showrooms six months ago, the new British-built Vauxhall Astra had already staged one remarkable fightback. Not long before its launch, plans had been laid for the closure of the Ellesmere plant, near Liverpool, that today builds about 30 new-generation Astras an hour and has been making General Motors’ small cars since the original Vauxhall Viva back in 1962.