The Vauxhall Agila is a city car range that was released in 2000 by the British manufacturer, before being discontinued in 2014. The range is the result of a joint venture with fellow Japanese company, Suzuki. The model was built alongside its sibling, the Suzuki Splash. With quirky and compact styling, the vehicle stands out in its class. Despite its small stature, the vehicle boasts a roomy and flexible interior that offers plenty of space to both driver and passengers. The range also offers great versatility thanks to the height of the roof, making the spacious interior seem more open. The range is available with a choice of petrol and diesel engines that are all offered with various power outputs. The 1.3 litre diesel motor excels in delivering manoeuvrability, good handling and a smooth performance. In all, the Vauxhall Agila is an efficient range that offers a spacious interior, compact styling and responsive diesel engines.