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The Vauxhall Tigra is a strict two-seater convertible with a clever folding steel hard-top to make it usable all year round. It really doesn't feel like a proper sports car to drive, though - it's based on the humble Vauxhall Corsa. The 1.8-litre petrol version offers the best performance. 

New Vauxhall Tigra reviews

The Vauxhall Tigra was taken out of production in 2009, so you can no longer buy new what was essentially Vauxhall's answer to the Ford Streetka. The Tigra was actually built in France by minor coachbuilder Heuliez, which helps explain its poor build quality and nasty interior. 

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Used Vauxhall Tigra reviews

The Vauxhall Tigra looks stylish enough and its neat folding hard roof definitely boosts its appeal. But so many aspects of the Tigra are off the boil that it's hard to recommend this little roadster. Read our full review to find out why.  

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