3 June 2010
90-second verdict

The new Meriva is larger and more innovative than its predecessor and comes with family-friendly suicide doors.

Jamie Corstorphine scores the 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol engine in this 90 second review.

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2 February 2013

An innovative take on the small MPV with rear-hinged rear doors for easy access. Smile The Vauxhall Meriva is packed with family-friendly features, and comes with a warranty that ‘could last a lifetime’. Smile

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