Vauxhall Viva hatchback (2015-2019) - MPG, running costs & CO2
An efficient engine means the Vauxhall Viva is cheap to run
The Vauxhall Viva’s compact size and small engine play an important role in keeping running costs down. It’s very competitive for running costs in the city car class, while a low purchase price should mean maintenance and insurance prices are affordable, too.
Vauxhall Viva MPG & CO2
While there’s only one engine, the Viva offers different fuel-economy figures depending on which gearbox you choose. The 1.0-litre petrol manages 46.3mpg and emits 117-118g/km of CO2. Those numbers are similar to its closest rival, the Hyundai i10.
The small engine in the Viva means it falls into insurance group four in its most basic form. The SE A/C and Rocks models are one higher, in group five.
Vauxhall has stopped offering its ‘lifetime’ warranty, so you get pretty standard three-years/60,000-mile cover on the Viva. That warranty comes with AA roadside assistance with Homestart, as well as European cover for the first year. For more peace of mind, you might be better off with the Hyundai i10, which offers a five-year/unlimited-mileage warranty. The Kia Picanto does even better, providing a seven-year/100,000-mile policy.
The Viva’s service intervals are every year or every 20,000 miles – whichever comes sooner. Vauxhall offers fixed-price servicing and its engineers will check everything from the brakes and tyres to the exhaust when the Viva is due an interim service. You can also sign up to its Vauxhall Care scheme, which includes three years of servicing, roadside assistance and the first MOT for around £20 per month.