Read the full review here: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/vauxhall/adam/96606/used-vauxhall-adam-reviewThe previous-generation Corsa wasn’t the ideal basis for a premium small car, as the chassis wasn’t the most sophisticated around. That allowed Vauxhall to keep the purchase costs down, so it could focus on equipping Adams to a decent standard. A poor showing in this year’s Driver Power survey proves owners don’t always love their Adams as much as they should; even the much older Fiat 500 and Citroen DS3 beat it. One of the gripes was a lack of performance, which the new turbocharged 1.0-litre engine answers. But there’s a whole list of other weaknesses that Vauxhall may not have tackled, so make sure the Adam is right for you before buying.