Vauxhall Viva was a small family car produced by Vauxhall in a succession of three versions between 1963 and 1979. They were designated as the HA, HB and HC series.

Viva was introduced a year after Opel Kadett A., Vauxhall's GM partner company, launched the Opel Kadett A. Both cars were the result of the same General Motors project and share the same floor and engine construction, but with a major difference the use of metric measurements for those of Opel and the imperials of Vauxhall. They are also visually similar, but few components are interchangeable and therefore the cars are not "sister models" or versions of each other. 

A van version, such as the Bedford HA, was also produced. In the UK, Viva's main competitors at the time of its launch included the well-established Ford Anglia and Morris Minor.

 

 

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