To celebrate the launch of the new 63 plate were offering you the chance to get your hands on a new 63 plate Corsa at our
lowest ever price!
To celebrate the new 63 plate were giving all of our customers the opportunity to save up to £2630 on brand new Corsa’s.
Last year Vauxhall supplied more than 1000 Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi’s to Red Driving School. The Vauxhall Corsa is one of them most popular cars to learn in due to its safety, reliability and ability to easily manoeuvre into those tricky parking spots. Also supplies for BSM.
They are packed with the latest safety features such as:
– Laminated Windscreens
– Cornering Brake Control
– Adaptive Brake Control
– Emergency Brake Assist
– Anti lock Brake System
– Reinforced passenger safety cell
– Anti submarining ramps on all seats
– Speed sensitive electric power assisted steering and much more
The Vauxhall Corsa can be ordered with Vauxhall’s award winning engine the ecoFLEX
Any car that has won the What Car? Car of the Year Award, and Supermini of the Year category twice, is going to be superb.
Wind- and road noise are well contained at higher speeds, and it is surprisingly accomplished on the motorway. The materials and build quality feel solid, with well-designed, easy-to-use controls.
The 1.0-litre feels underpowered and noisy, but the 1.2-litre model is perfectly at home in town and on A-roads. The 1.4 has enough pulling power to make higher-speed cruising more relaxed.
You can get the 1.3 diesel with either 74bhp or 89bhp – the extra performance of the 89bhp version makes it the better choice.
If you want serious performance, check out the SRi and VXR models. The SRi comes with either a 148bhp turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol or a 123bhp 1.7-litre diesel, while the VXR has a 189bhp turbo 1.6-litre petrol engine.
These are fun and fast, but they’re rare on the second-hand market, and have high purchase prices and equally high running costs.
Three-door Corsas offer a little more room in the back for passengers than five-door models, due to a slightly bigger back seat. Other than that, the two versions are the same size, and have roughly the same resale values.
Each trim is well equipped, with a CD player and central locking. Although there are cheaper models available, the Design is our favourite. Not only do you get 16-inch alloys and air-conditioning, but electrically powered front windows, heated door mirrors and an MP3-compatible stereo are included. There are also curtain airbags and ISOFIX child-seat-mounting points.
Vauxhall Corsa voted best supermini.
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