New Vauxhall Meriva in Camberley The Vauxhall Meriva is a mini MPV based on Vauxhall 鈥檚 Corsa. It is built in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil by General Motors do Brazil and in Figueruelas, Spain, by Vauxhall. It first appeared in late 2002. The Meriva B was launched in 2010. The Meriva boasts Vauxhall 鈥檚 FlexSpace, it has five seats in two rows rather than 7 seats across 3 rows in the bigger Zafira. The second row can be moved forward and backwards, or pushed into the floor, making a straight platform for increased boot space. The second row can accommodate two or three passengers. In the two-passenger mode, the seats are separated from the doors and from each other much like the front seats. In three-passenger mode the back seat looks like a regular one piece seat. The front seat can be pushed fully backwards while the rear passengers can still get more than a decent amount of leg room. The new Vauxhall Meriva went on sale in 2010, it is the only MPV to have rear hinged rear doors, Vauxhall call this FlexDoors. Going along with the 鈥渇 lex 鈥?idea Vauxhall also have FlexRail in the Meriva, which is located in the middle of the car, it 'provides convenient and adaptable storage for a wide range of everyday items and is an uninterrupted storage zone that extends rearward from the base of the centre stack and is accessible from the rear seats'. Vauxhall have really targeted this car towards the young families and mums, with little convenience features such as the FlexRail being a massive hit. The new Vauxhall Meriva in Camberley costs between 拢 14,000 and 拢 18,000.