Vauxhall Meriva interior
Although it’s not the last word in style, the Meriva’s interior is built to put up with the rigours of family life – everything functions reasonably well, though there are no luxury touches.
The Meriva’s cabin shares a steering wheel and styling hints from the Insignia, that’s not great news, though – ultimately it looks dated and doesn’t have the high-quality feel of some rivals.
It’s well screwed together and will undoubtedly withstand many years of family abuse, but ultimately it has lots of buttons that would look tidier if they were located on a touchscreen infotainment system – an option on even the most expensive Meriva.
The Meriva’s interior is as boring as spending an afternoon with your gran
The Meriva is available with two infotainment systems called the Navi 650 and the Navi 950 – both have seven-inch displays and a USB connection, but the top-end 950 model adds Vauxhall’s IntelliLink infotainment system that is compatible with the apps on your smartphone.