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If the Vauxhall Agila looks strangely familiar, that’s because it’s more or less identical to the Suzuki Splash. It’s tall roof makes it almost a mini-MPV in stance, but the shoebox-sized boot is a blow to its practicality credentials. The Agila went off UK sale in 2013. For more information on the Vauxhall Agila, click on our further stories on the links below.
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That lofty roof makes it incredibly easy to clamber in, but the plasticky cabin will probably make you want to immediately step out again. Power comes from a 1.0-litre three-pot and 1.2-litre four, with handling tidy if uninvolving. Worth a look if you live in the city and regularly carry passengers, or if you have a bad back.
The one we’d buy
1.2 VVT manual
The one we’d avoid like the plague
The four-speed auto
Rivals to consider
Hyundai i10, Citroen C1, Peugeot 108, Seat Mii, Skoda Citigo, Suzuki Splash, Toyota Aygo, VW Up
Relatively roomy interior, wide-opening rear doors, easy to park
Small boot, plain interior (apart from some bright colours), Suzuki version may offer better value