Vauxhall Zafira Tourer review - Should I buy one?
However, the stop-start version of the 129bhp diesel is particularly clean and efficient – it averages a whopping 62.8mpg and emits just 119g/km of CO2. Only the Renault Grand Scenic 1.6 dCi has better figures.
Standard equipment is also competitive, with every Zafira Tourer getting air-conditioning, a DAB radio, cruise control and six airbags. Meanwhile, advanced driver-assist systems such as Traffic Sign Recognition and Side Blind-Spot Alert are available as options.
Sadly, the Zafira Tourer has failed to move the game on in other areas. Yes, it's a better all-rounder than the regular Zafira, but rivals such as the Ford S-Max and Seat Alhambra are still easier to live with because they're more practical and refined.
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