Vauxhall Corsa Club 1.0i 12v 3-door Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... not too bad. If I put £10 in then i usually managed 70 or so miles out of it, and the petrol light flashes with 40 or so left ... more
Customer Vauxhall Corsa Club 1.0i 12v 3-door Reviews (11)
by - written on 19/11/01, updated on 24/03/02 (Very useful, 7697 readings)
Our elder daughter had the pleasure of the use of a current model, Y registered Vauxhall Corsa as a loan car whilst her 1997 (previous model) Corsa 'Breeze' has been in the body shop. Some miscreant in a Nissan 200 coupe decided to modify her rear bumper a few weeks ago, so it went in for a 'no fault' repair, courtesy of the Nissan Driver's Insurers. We bough the Corsa now owned by our Daughter in August 1997, and we have been well-pleased with it. This has been the subject of a DooYoo opinion entitled " Not a Great Car, perhaps ...." I had a 20 mile drive of the loan car, so these are my impressions, relative to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/12 (Very useful, 521 readings)
I got my 2003 reg corsa in 2010, so it was just under 7 years old. When looking at price, it really does reflect the state of the car, and I regret paying more for mine as I have had a number of problems. Firstly, the car runs great. Its a quick and easy run around considering its only a 1 litre. The gear box was easy to manoeuvre and since I had just passed my test it was very easy to adjust to, and many others would agree that it's an easy drive. When looking at petrol, it's also not too bad. If I put £10 in then i usually managed 70 or so miles out of it, and the petrol light flashes with 40 or so left in the tank, although this obviously is not a good idea. My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/10 (Very useful, 254 readings)
The Vauxhall corsa is a fantastic first car for any new driver, young or old. It handles fantastically and it's not that expensive to run and insure. I was 18 when i got my car as a present from my dad and i hadn't past my test at this point so i was on my own provisional driver insurance policy which cost me £743 for the year. The interior is simple but comfy and there is a fair amount of boot space as well as plenty of room in the back for your passengers. The only downside i can think of is that it takes a lot of acceleration to get up steep hills. I do more mileage than an average driver and it has yet to break down in all the years i've had it. The clutch has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09, updated on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 238 readings)
I bought this car 5 years ago, when I was just 17 years old, and have driven it ever since. It is the perfect beginner's car. Compact, yet attractive, user-friendly and highly reliable, this little car is sure to serve you well. Although it's only a 1 litre - don't be fooled - it's extremely nippy, and its light weight means that it's real quick off the mark. The acceleration feels great, and it can reach high speeds pretty easily. It also feels very safe, unlike many small-scale cars (I've heard some pretty scary stories about cars such as the Ford KA, which supposedly just crunch on impact due to their lack of any substantial bonnet). This car has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Useful, 320 readings)
I own a Vauxhall Corsa 1.2, made in the year 2003. It is secondhand and has 2 doors and a boot. It is in the colour 'spearmint', which is a turquoise colour. Appearance... This car is nice and compact and looks cute, but not this is not a flashy car. It has a nice sleek outside look and the colours are nice, they have a good range. My brother claims mine is overly girly, and there are other girly colours in the range, such as purple, which are a little feminine. But this can easily be a car that is attractive to both men and female. The inside is not overly attractive. The seats aren't leather, they are cloth and grey and black. The ... Read the complete review
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