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The Top Gear car review:Vauxhall Agila
For:Good at pootling around town, fits four comfortably
Against:With all seats in use, the boot is tiny
What is it?
The Agila is Vauxhall’s answer to the mini-MPV craze, and unlike the others, it actually looks OK. It’s identical underneath to the Suzuki Splash, though there’s no diesel here.