Vauxhall Corsa Review

October 27, 2014 | By | In Reviews, Video

The Vauxhall Corsa remains one of the biggest selling cars in the country, and the latest model aims to improve things further with more kit, better engines and more stylish looks.

Although not a radical overhaul, Vauxhall has gone with the if it isn’t broke why fix it approach, with some of the more noticeable changes including new headlamps, bonnet, grille and bumper.

Inside, practicality remains unaffected in the latest model, which is again no bad thing. The Corsa has never had issues with lack of head or leg room.

There’s a wide range of engines available including a 113bhp 1.0-litre three cylinder turbo, which is refined and pulls surprisingly well, however, the steering and body control isn't as strong as the Fiesta. 

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