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Vauxhall Zafira (new)

Vauxhall Zafira

Overall Average Rating - 85.04%Position in the Top 100 cars - 51st

Ratings

Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 30thBuild Quality: 54thRunning Costs: 57thPerformance: 71stBraking: 37thRide Quality: 46thHandling: 55thPracticality: 14thComfort: 49thEase of Driving: 90th

Your Quotes

“So good, so far. I've had no problems yet, and the Zafira is quite versatile and economical. The 2-litre DTI engine's performance has impressed me.”

Mr David Bowler - Gwynned

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“Very practical, however hard on tyres and brakes, never had that with any car in the past. Also extremely rough gearchange/selection, been back numerous times to main dealer for this and steering issues.”

Mr Robert Glenn - Birmingham

“It suits my needs fully and is a major step forward on the two previous generation Zafiras that I had.”

Mr Norman Yuille - Dundee

“Poor reliability, poor refinement and poor fuel economy.”

Mr Hugh Tippet - Richmond

“A good all round vehicle for a family – very practical and spacious. Would suit anyone with a larger family or who needs a car with lots of room to carry things.”

Mr Gary Huthwaite - Sheffield

“Drives very well, practical interior, reliable (so far), economical. I'm pleased with it.”

Mr Ken Lambert - Kent

“My car is very good and very practical I have a towbar fitted and it pulls my caravan without any problems and without much reduction in fuel consumption.”

Mr John Potts - Kent

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 28th)

Another year of bitter disappointment for Vauxhall sees it retain a miserable 28th place. While they continue to sell well, you say the firm'’s cars just aren’'t satisfying to own and drive on a day-to-day basis. Vauxhall’'s worst rating comes in the ease of driving rank, but other finishes are mid-table at best. It’'s a sad fact that the highest placed top 100 model –– the Omega –– is no longer in production.

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