The all-new VIVA is entirely different to anything you might recall of the old Viva.
Stylish and compact, yet surprisingly roomy, New VIVA brings you clever design and big car features with small car efficiency at an incredibly affordable price.
There’s smart technology too, as standard. City Mode steering for tight inner city manoeuvres, lane departure warning to keep you on track and even lights that show the way around corners.
New VIVA features also include cruise control, electronic climate control and no less than six airbags. And, with options like an electric glass sunroof and heating for the front seats and steering wheel, it can handle all varieties of British weather.
Add a punchy, super-efficient 1.0 litre engine that’s great for the city as well as the open road and you’ll find that New VIVA gives you a truly smart run for your money.
So come and discover New VIVA. It may share a name with the old Viva, but the rest is simply history.
Designed and built with practicality, solidity and safety in mind, the new VIVA is more than just a pretty face. So while it looks smart, it’s designed even smarter with features to make life both easier and safer.
The new VIVA interior is designed with the distinctive feel of a larger, more exclusive car. Focussed on driver and passenger well being, you’ll enjoy the reassuring quality feel throughout – with all the creature comforts on offer, wherever you’re off to.
When we designed the new VIVA, our approach was simple: more is more. Driving this car, you’re surrounded by smart technology for your safety and convenience, with additional options to make life even more comfortable.
From the wheels up, the new VIVA has been designed with smart attention to detail. Every model gives you the convenience of five doors with a versatile, usable loadspace that’s simple to access for anything from a weekly shop to weekend adventures.
With an efficient engine and intelligent driving technologies like City Mode, the new VIVA is built for life on the move.
Ideally sized for inner city and urban driving, it’s a car with perfect poise and handling that feels safe, solid and purposeful on every turn.
The new VIVA features the very latest in our new generation of low-emission, fuel-efficient engines that help to significantly lower your running costs, meaning less visits to the fuel pump and more money in your pocket.
*1.0i SE ecoFLEX model only.
When you’re turning into a tricky parking spot, City Mode is a handy feature that lightens the new VIVA’s steering to make everything a breeze. You can also park faster in those tight spaces with the help of optional rear parking distance sensors, a feature only available in a handful of cars in this class.
Parking on a slope is effortless in a new VIVA with hill start assist to help you pull away smoothly without any roll back. And, with cruise control as standard, you can safely negotiate speed restrictions whenever and wherever they crop up. Problems solved.
A luxury feature in the small-car category, lane departure warning prevents you drifting out of your lane by mistake with a simple beep, while cornering lights illuminate your turn as you steer into a corner.
There’s also a tyre pressure monitoring system to automatically check the safety of your tyres – a simple yet clever safety feature that’s typical of New VIVA’s attention to detail.
Out and about in the new VIVA, enjoy all your favourite radio shows, music and podcasts with a stereo radio that features an auxiliary input to simply plug in your smartphone or MP3 player. Steering wheel mounted audio controls ensure you can keep your eyes on the road too.
You can also make hands-free phone calls and stream music wirelessly if you choose an SL model, which features Bluetooth® connectivity and a USB connection with iPod control.*
*Optional at extra cost on SE models.
The new VIVA is clearly one of the very best compact cars in its class, not least thanks to innovative features, advanced driving technology and a big car attitude. For plenty of reasons, it’s a remarkably substantial small car. For now, here’s just five.