Review: Vauxhall Tigra (1994 – 2000)
Corsa-based car with cute looks. Responsive engines are also fairly economical.
Rear seats for children only. Nothing special to drive. 'Girly' image a real turn-off for some.
Recently Added To This Review
Recalled again to fit re-inforcing plates to front seat runners to prevent rails from fracturing also recalled again to replace seat belt buckles with quality assured buckles. Read more
Saftety recall to reinforce front seat rails and replace fatigued or worn front seatbelt buckles. Read more
Production ended October 1999. Read more
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