The Vauxhall Tigra is a range that was produced twice in different time periods as a different vehicle. The first generation was released in 1994 as a small coupe range, before it was discontinued in 2001. The second generation was introduced in 2004 and was a compact convertible model that was discontinued in 2009. Both series were based on different versions of the popular Vauxhall Corsa. Each offered sleek, classy styling that appealed to a wide range of buyers looking for leisure vehicles. The major different with the convertible range from the coupe, is that it has a hard top roof and therefore more versatility on offer. With quality interiors, both provide comfort despite not containing much space. The ranges are available with an array of petrol and diesel engines that offer different power outputs. The popular 1.3 litre CDTi diesel engine delivers an impressive performance that allows for a fun driving experience. In all, the Vauxhall Tigra is a range that offers an attractive appearance, comfortable interior, versatility and efficient diesel engines.