The Vauxhall Adam is a breath of fresh air for the British car maker. It marks Vauxhall's entry into the stylish city car class, and is designed to rival models such as the Fiat 500, MINI and Citroen DS3. To that end, the Vauxhall Adam comes with a massive list of optional extras so that buyers can personalise their cars to their own tastes. However, Vauxhall is offering this service at competitive prices, with the range starting at around £13,000.
- Stylish design
- Affordable and extensive options
- Quality is good
- Uneconomical engines
- Poor practicality
- Firm ride comfort
The Vauxhall Adam marks the British car maker's entry into the stylish city car class, taking on the Fiat 500, MINI and Citroen DS3. It looks unlike any other Vauxhall and also boasts a huge range of options, allowing owners to make their Adam unique. It's available in Jam, Glam and Slam trim levels as well as special editions, and all are well-equipped. The all-petrol engine line-up includes a 1.0-litre, 1.2-litre and 1.4-litre with power from 69bhp to 114bhp and consumption between 52.3mpg and 57.6mpg.