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Size isn't everything - or is it?

Advantages: Roomy, versatile, flexible and fast enough
Disadvantages: Firm ride, hard seats

OK I'm six months down the line with a new car. Lot's happened since I wrote about the Mondeo - heart attack, redundancy, new company. So when the last company I worked for went bust, the Turbo Diesel Mondeo Ghia CDi Estate disappeared pretty smartly b ...

SimonM 01.06.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Vauxhall Meriva 1.7 CDTi 16v

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not quite a full MPV but not far off

Advantages: Spacious
Disadvantages: not too many

We bought this car after our car was written off in the floods. So far we have had nothing but a great experience. The height of the car is just great for getting our baby in and out, there are plenty of cubby holes for storing bits and bobs (nappies and ...

guddez 09.10.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Vauxhall Meriva 1.7 CDTi 16v

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Meriva, a good little family car.

Advantages: spacious boot, multi position rear seats, spacious, height, looks good
Disadvantages: Lack of storage compartments, suspension not great

We brought a Meriva after having a baby to fit all the equipment the little bundles come along with. One of the things we like most is the amount of room in the meriva, both in the boot and seating. The boot easily takes our large pram with lots of room f ...

Buzzkel_2000 23.07.2007 · Read full review
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vauxhall merviva cdti

Advantages: multi function seating system & size of the car
Disadvantages: blind spots, noise of engine, visability for reversing

This is an excellent family car. It takes a bit of getting used to as it is quite large & initially feels like you are driving a bus. The main problem with it is the blind spot, its massive you will find it in the panel between the front windscreen & door ...

nikki29t 28.10.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Vauxhall Meriva 1.7 CDTi 16v

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