old fam­ily favourite

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Tonight’s TV -

The Vaux­hall Meriva is a lot more ag­ile look­ing than most small MPVs. wheels look al­to­gether.

In­side, prac­ti­cal­ity reigns. The rear seats can be folded or con­fig­ured in as many ways as you’ll need, there’s a slid­ing cen­tre con­sole box (as an op­tion), called a FlexRail sys­tem, which can be tilted at ei­ther end, or re­moved com­pletely, leav­ing you with a deep cen­tre chan­nel in which to store all sorts of gub­bins, and it will even take a lar­gish hand­bag (or man-bag) in it. There is also the oblig­a­tory panoramic sun­roof op­tion. Ma­te­ri­als are pleas­ing rub­bery plas­tics and it all feels pretty well screwed to­gether. An­other wel­come fea­ture is the elec­tronic park­ing brake, which ef­fec­tively re­moves the pan-han­dle from the cen­tre tun­nel and frees up more room.


prAC­TI­CAL: The in­te­rior of the Vax­hall Meriva is very flex­i­ble with the rear seats fold­ing down in a va­ri­ety of ways.

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