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Vauxhall Viva Insurance


The Vauxhall Viva is a fairly unpretentious car and is pretty much what drivers want from a car. It rides well and is quite cheap and efficient to run. It’s conventional, although some would argue hum drum, and it’s easy to drive. If you’re looking to buy one, even the 2019 model will set you back less than £10,000. So, read on and let us answer your questions on the Vauxhall Viva.

Is the Vauxhall Viva still in production?

Vauxhall ended production of the Viva at the end of 2019.

What insurance group is the Vauxhall Viva?

The Vauxhall Viva sits very low down in the insurance groups. There are 50 groups in total and the Viva sits in groups 3, 4 and 5.

Is it cheaper to insure an older car?

Older cars are often cheaper to insure, quite simply because they are worth less. Cars depreciate in value over time so an insurer will have to fork out less to repair or write off your vehicle should it be damaged or involved in an accident.

The make, age and model of your car are not the only contributing factors when providers offer you an insurance quote. Personal determiners, such as your age, address and occupation are all taken into account. The figures we present to you are based on drivers aged 45, living in average postcodes with a clean driving licence.

The entry level Viva, the 1.0 SE 5d sits in insurance group 3, will set you back, on average £446 annually. The Vauxhall Viva Rocks, 1.0i (73PS) (03/18) 5d will cost you £460 to insure and £145 to tax.

Is the Viva still a reliable car?

The Viva missed out on the 2019, Car Buyer top 100 cars in their Driver Power Survey. Vauxhall as a brand came pretty much bottom of the list for manufacturers too, in the same year. But, only 12% of owners reported a problem with their vehicle in the first year of ownership, so some comfort there.

How many Vauxhall Viva are left?

According to Car Log Book, there are over 32,000 Vauxhall Vivas left in the UK with an MOT. You can find them in abundance on used car websites, so if you’re looking to pick one up, there’s plenty of choice out there.

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That will depend on a wide range of factors that are used to calculate your risk profile, so the best plan is to us a price comparison site like Quotezone.co.uk to compare quotes from over 100 insurers side by side.