What mpg does a Vauxhall Meriva do?
How much does it cost to run a Vauxhall Meriva MPV? The most economical version of the Meriva is the 1.6 CDTi 110, with claimed average fuel consumption of 74.3mpg and 99g/km of CO2 emissions. The 1.3 CDTi diesel managed a maximum of 68.9mpg, while the best petrol-engined car was the 1.4T 120 with a claimed 47.9mpg.
How reliable are Vauxhall Merivas?
Out of 200 cars surveyed, the Meriva came in 186th overall for customer satisfaction, and its 156th for reliability and 163rd for build quality weren’t much better either. The overall manufacturer/brand ratings don’t paint a better picture either, as Vauxhall ranked a poor 28th out of 32 manufacturers for reliability.
What is the road tax on a Vauxhall Meriva?
|Annual Road Tax||CO2 Emissions (g/km)|
|1.7 CDTi Life 5d (AC)||£180.00||143 (Band F)|
|1.4 16V Life 5d||£220.00||154 (Band G)|
|1.4 16V Life 5d (AC)||£220.00||154 (Band G)|
|1.6i 16V Life 5d||£220.00||159-161 (Band G)|
What Insurance Group is a Meriva?
The Vauxhall Meriva’s insurance groups range from 9 to 15 for petrol-engined models, depending on how much power the engine makes and what trim you choose. The 1.6-litre diesel engines vary from group 13 to 17. Meriva insurance prices are likely to be generally higher than those for a Hyundai ix20 or Ford B-MAX.
How heavy is a Vauxhall Meriva?
The Opel Meriva A 1.6 weighs 1250 Kg / 2756 lbs.
Can a Vauxhall Meriva 1.4 tow a caravan?
A Vauxhall Merica can tow a caravan, but it is limited by its maximum towing weight of 1200 kg.
How often should brake fluid be changed Vauxhall?
Most manufacturers recommend that you change your brake fluid every 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever is sooner.