Jump to navigation Jump to search For the Vauxhall Viva sold since 2015, see Opel Karl. Not dial H Deluxe Edition HC (The New 52) PDF be confused with Vauxhall Vivaro or Perodua Viva. The Vauxhall Viva is a small family car produced by Vauxhall in a succession of three versions between 1963 and 1979.
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These were designated as the HA, HB and HC series. The Viva was introduced a year after Vauxhall’s fellow GM company Opel launched the Opel Kadett A. The third generation HC series was the last solely Vauxhall designed passenger car when it ceased production in 1979, since all future Vauxhalls would be badge engineered Opel models. Vauxhall Viva HA 1057cc registered August 1966. The HA Viva, announced in September 1963, and replaced in September 1966, was Vauxhall’s first serious step into the compact car market after the Second World War.
It was also the first new small car produced by Vauxhall since 1936. The HA set new standards in its day for lightweight, easy to operate controls, a slick short gearchange, lightweight steering and clutch pedal, good all-round visibility and relatively nippy performance. It was one of the first cars to be actively marketed towards women, perhaps as a result of these perceived benefits for them. HA became a very popular item for DIY hot rod builders in the UK, due to its simple self-contained mechanics, similar to older designs such as those from the 1930s, and ability to accommodate much larger engines within its span.