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As with its boxy and upright predecessor, the Vauxhall Agila looks more like a mini-MPV than city car rivals Fiat Panda and Hyundai i10. With its rakish nose, bold headlamps and upright tail lights, the Agila stands out from the crowd. Expression, S and SE models are available, with the latter identified by its 15-inch alloy wheels. The interior is attractive with neat details, such as the pod-mounted rev counter and colourful dashboard and door trim inserts. However, while build quality is good, the hard plastics used throughout the cabin look and feel cheap. You’ll also need the range-topping SE if you want air-con and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
It’s clear that a lot of thought has been put into the cabin of the Agila. As with the Fiat Panda, there’s enough space to comfortably accommodate four adults, while lifting the tailgate reveals a useful 225-litre luggage compartment. What’s more, S and SE models get a 60/40 split-fold rear bench, plus an extra 35 litres of capacity below a handy false boot floor. Elsewhere you’ll discover plenty of interior storage for family odds and ends. There’s a lidded cubby on top of the dash, decently sized door pockets and holders for everything from bottles to sunglasses.
The rear seat backs can be folded down to create a totally flat load floor, serving up a total of 1,150 litres of available space. That kind of load space is much more in line with what you’d expect in a supermini-MPV than a city car. The hip point for the front seat has been deliberately set high to make getting in and out of the car easy, offering a commanding view of the road and taking advantage of that high roofline.