Vauxhall Corsa hatchback review

Vauxhall Corsa hatchback review see familiy have evolved from being simple shopping trolleys to become valued members of the modern family and none

have done it quite as well as the Vauxhall Corsa which is consistently one of the UK’s best-selling cars why well they’re cheap to buy cheap to fuel and cheap to insure

but there’s a lot more to the Vauxhall Corsa than budget runaround from the outside there’s very little that makes it stand out from the latest crop of funky super minis

Vauxhall Corsa hatchback review

it shares the same modern grill design as the marieve er Astra and insignia with updated headlamps and new bright color options but quite sure about the bright green though it’s only

when you look at the higher spec model so that you can expect more sporty add-ons like racy body kits and bigger alloy wheels but to even lower down the model range there are some design flaws look down

the profile is this slightly angled window line leading to the rear tail lights enhancing the course of sporty intentions behind the wheel the Corsa doesn’t quite have the same upmarket feel as its main rival

the Ford Fiesta although the controls are a major step forward from courses of old the driving position is comfortable although you feel like you’re sitting on the car rather than in it you get a steering

wheel that’s just full for both reach and for rake but these high side windows when you have a feeling of sitting very low down and basic models don’t get seat height adjustment a small consideration for

the vertically challenged the Corsa is available in both three and five-door versions and if you find yourself ferrying people around a lot then the latter is definitely the best to go for as five people

can be a lot more comfortable and getting out of the three-door can be a little bit on dignified the boot space is also on par with most of its rivals and can be extended thanks to split folding rear seats on highest spec models there’s also this nifty false floor which helps keep valuables safely out of sight reason why driving schools up and down the country run courses is because

it’s such an easy car to drive around town it’s perfect for nipping in and out of small spaces and reverse parking is a piece of cake thanks to light responsive steering at pace the Corsa offers that good balance

between comfort and driving enjoyment but they won’t have you smiling quite as much as you would be gesture instead mainstream models are more geared around comfort and the soft suspension does an excellent job soaking up imperfections in the road

there are three petrol and three diesel engines on offer but we suggest avoiding the basic 1 litre petrol as it can be a little underpowered and really only suited to life in the city we recommend the 1.4 liter petrol as it offers

the best blend of performance and economy it doesn’t need to be worked as hard as the 1.2 those twisty B rows is it green well yes and not just in color especially if you up for the 1.3 litre diesel Eco flex

with stop start emitting around 95 g/km of co2 meaning it’s tax-free the Vauxhall Corsa is easy to live with extremely practical and cheap to buy and run a may not be as fun to drive is the Ford Fiesta but for many it does more than enough to tick all the right boxes

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