The Vauxhall Agila EcoFLEX is spacious and cheap to run. The Vauxhall Agila EcoFLEX averages nearly 63mpg and emits just 120g/km of Co2 emissions. It is good to drive, solidly built and roomy.
The Vauxhall Agila EcoFLEX diesel is more of an all-rounder, with a punchy low end that makes it feel faster than the 13.3-second 0-60mph time suggests. The five-speed gearbox is pleasant to use with its robust, positive action and the steering has a reassuring weight to it. Parking couldn’t be much simpler with good visibility. The tall shape of the Vauxhall Agila EcoFLEX means it leans more than some city cars in corners but not too much and there’s plenty of grip at the front wheels.
The interior design of the Vauxhall Agila EcoFLEX definitely feels more Suzuki than Vauxhall and this is no bad thing with the Japanese manufacturer having built a strong reputation for the simplicity and strength of its cabins. Boot space is small but there is storage under the floor and the rear seats fold. The Vauxhall Agila EcoFLEX is on sale now and prices start at £11,630.