Available new from: January 2011  -  December 2011

Vauxhall Meriva (10-17)

Performance

Power98 bhp
Top Speed110 mph
0-60 mph13.5 secs
Torque130 Nm, 96 ft-lb
CO2 Emissions144 g/km
Euro Emissions Standard5
Miles Per Tank546 miles

Costs

Used price range£1,470 - £2,565
See 474 used Vauxhall Meriva (10-17)s for sale, starting at £1,695
Fuel consumption
Pre-2017 test standard Explanation
Official fuel economy tests explained
An improved official test for car fuel economy was introduced in September 2017.
The new WLTP test gives figures closer to a car's "true mpg" than the pre-2017 NEDC test, which tended to overstate mpg compared to what real-world drivers would get.
When looking at mpg for two cars, always check the figures were measured under the same test system. Comparing one car's WLTP figure with another's NEDC figure will not tell you which has the better mpg.
Close
46 mpg
Insurance group8
Annual road tax£160
Monthly company car tax cost (Basic Rate)£89 - £91
Monthly company car tax cost (Higher Rate)£178 - £182

Dimensions

Fuel Capacity54 litres
Weight1300kg
Length4288mm
Width1994mm
Height1615mm
Wheelbase2644mm
Turning Circle11m

Equipment list & trim options

Cabin & Luggage

Doors5
Seats5
Luggage Capacity397 litres
Unbraked Towing Weight670kg
Braked Towing Weight750kg

Engine

Engine Size1398cc
Cylinders4
Valves16
Fuel TypePetrol
TransmissionManual
Gearbox5 Speed
DrivetrainFront wheel drive

Safety ratings

Euro NCAP Rating – 5 stars

The Vauxhall Meriva (10-17) was tested by Euro NCAP in 2010 and was awarded a 5 star overall rating. This overall rating is calculated from the following individual ratings:

5 star rating
Test 2010
Individual safety ratings
Adult Occupant: 89%
Child Occupant: 77%
Vulnerable Road Users: 55%
Safety Assist: 86%

Euro NCAP provides motoring consumers with a realistic and independent assessment of the safety performance of some of the most popular cars sold in Europe. The safety ratings are determined from a series of vehicle tests, designed and carried out by Euro NCAP. These tests represent, in a simplified way, important real life accident scenarios that could result in injured or killed car occupants or other road users.