Vauxhall Corsa Club 1.2i 16v 5-door Reviews
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Customer Vauxhall Corsa Club 1.2i 16v 5-door Reviews (7)
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
We purchased our car 2 years ago, and although I think it's a cute looking little car (and its great for getting kids and in out due to having 5 doors), its not the smoothest car in the world. It's a basic car for a basic family. It has a CD player built in which is great. Obviously uses less petrol than many other cars due to small engine size, but that can make it a bit on the slow side - if you prefer a nippier car then this may not be for you - if you just was something to get you from A to B on the otherhand it is ideal. Not much boot space and if you have a buggy, it may be worth trying it in the boot before you buy on of these. Originally our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
I purchased my Vauxhall Corsa in 2005 and am still driving it. It's a nice little car, very reliable, low maintenance, insurance. Even these days, I can fill up, costing roughly £35 and can get at least 400 miles with sensible eco driving. The interior is good, hardwearing. I haven't experienced any major problems with the car apart from a slight leak in the radiator. If you're learning to drive, this is THE car to learn in, because it is so easy to drive and due to its size, maneouverability is good. The power steering obviously helps in this area and it is a godsend compared to cars i have had previously. It is good around corners and sticks to the road well. There are Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10, updated on 19/05/10 (Useful, 90 readings)
The Vauxhall Corsa is one of the most reliable and efficient cars around, it has excellent mileage on a single tank of petrol, which is only around £40 at current petrol prices and can last upwards of a month if driven properly and at its most petrol efficient. At the moment with the current costs of petrol fluctuating madly, I can get about 200 miles out of half a tank, but mainly only if I am doing long distance journeys mixed with shorter distance ones, otherwise the car isn't as fuel efficient. The car at this moment in time is only costing me about £400 in insurance and the tax is quite cheap at £125 a year, due to the low(ish) fuel emissions coming ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/06 (Useful, 350 readings)
There once was a car called Henry. He was a wonderful bright red five door corsa club, born in the year 2002. While other cars came and went, Henry proudly carried on. Until, that is, his owner took him to have an MOT. Whilst there, this evil owner took a fancy to a flashy new car and left poor Henry to wait for another owner, even though fit as a fiddle. He was polished and preened, and left outside. And, low and behold, along came a newly qualified driver. Oh no, he thought, a brand new driver. Just how long can I possibly last? Well, two years later, Henry has settled well to his new life. Ok, so his exhaust needed replaced, and a couple of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10 (Useful, 105 readings)
I got this car many moons ago. It was actually 7 years ago now. It is good but not amazing. Compared to other 1.2 litre engines out there it is suprisingly nippy. I have not experienced breaking down in it yet (touch wood). However it has been reletively exspensive every time i have had it serviced. It handles very well. The hand brake seems to come very slack after a few uses on hills. The brake pads wear down to easily. It has a radio and cd player which can be controlled on the steering wheel which is pretty cool. Apart from that the interior is pretty dull. In fact all Vauxhall dash boards seem to be identical from my experience. Overall in the 7 years i have lived .. Read the complete review
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