The Corsa was picked as the best car for students to learn in by readers of adiNEWS, the magazine for driving instructors.
The Corsa was by far and away the winner, with the 1.3-diesel well-equipped Active trim variant readers’ favourite model.
Driving instructors also highlighted how practical the car was to drive, thanks to its smooth gears, impressive clutch, light steering and how easy it is to park.
Paul Caddick, Managing Editor at adiNEWS commented: “Many of our readers cited the low running costs, officially 53.3 mpg on the urban cycle.
“Add to this the fantastic all-round visibility from the driver’s seat, the high level of comfort for the long suffering ADI, and the excellent reliability, and our readers’ choice this year seemed straightforward.”
The Vauxhall Corsa is one of the most popular cars amongst driving instructors and schools, with the manufacturer supplying the car to both RED and BSM.
The Vauxhall Corsa has been one of the most popular cars in the UK this year. It’s currently the second best-selling car, with official year-to-date figures showing 84,924 registrations. The only car more popular is the Ford Fiesta.
The Vauxhall Corsa Active is an incredibly comfortable model and practical in equal measure. Features on Active trim include electrically operated front windows, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, and remote control central locking.
Active buyers can also take advantage of the Corsa’s 16-inch alloy wheels, its Bluetooth-connected mobile phone system, front fog lights, adjustable steering column, air-condition and much more. The Corsa is available in a number of other trims.
A new Vauxhall Corsa Active is currently available from £13,110.
People interested in buying a new Vauxhall Corsa can contact Perrys Vauxhall dealerships today.
Take a look at Perrys Corsa road test below:[YouTube:Gnk98a-pTPI]