Vauxhall Corsa Comfort 1.2i 16v 5-door Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... It is such a great little run around. I think it is very fuel efficient and a full tank of petrol could last me ... more
Customer Vauxhall Corsa Comfort 1.2i 16v 5-door Reviews (6)
by - written on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
We have had this car for about three months, borrowing it off our parents to replace the Seat that I wrote off, and in that time we have come to love the corsa, and are now considering buying it off them. Ours is an 03 plate, and for a 1.2 litre petrol engine, the corsa is surprisingly nippy, and overtakes fine, although you can really tell the difference if it is heavily loaded. The car does at least 350 miles on a full tank, which costs about £40 in todays prices. This doesn't make the corsa the most efficient car in the world, but it compares favourably to other cars of a similar type and age, being better than the Seat that I used to own which would only do 320 miles Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/13 (Useful, 17 readings)
To put it quite simply, I could not be happier with this car! It is, to be perfectly honest, the best decision I have ever made in the car purchasing category! The seats are unbelievably comfortable and stylishly designed which makes for a comfortable driving experience for the drivers and passengers alike. The front two seats are also fully adjustable and it seems easy to achieve the perfect driving position with ease. The back seats of the car are also particularly spacious and comfortable, especially compared to other cars of this size such as Peugeot 206s Fiat Puntos. There is also a surprising amount of boot space to be utilised. Furthermore, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/13 (Somewhat useful, 13 readings)
I got this as my first car and must say it was a great buy. It is such a great little run around. I think it is very fuel efficient and a full tank of petrol could last me approximately 5 weeks. This was me going to and from work 4 days per week, the school run 5 days a week plus taking my son to all of his clubs and activities. I rarely had any problems with this car. Just the usual wear and tear - needing new tyres and bulbs. This car was such a joy to drive. It is just so smooth and changes gear so nicely. I only got rid of this car as I needed something bigger as my son grew. If I ever downsize my car when my son is grown and moves out I will definitely go back to . Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/11 (Somewhat useful, 29 readings)
I bought one of these little beauts about six weeks ago, mainly for my wife to drive but I will use it on occasion too. It seems so far to be a nippy, reliable little motor. I paid £2500 on a 2004 plate but with only 36K miles on the clock so I'm pretty sure its been used by a nice little old lady for a shopping wagon. Probably not a bargain but I couldn't resist those low miles and the garage I got it from seemed trustworthy enough. We have so far taken it on one motorway outing and it coped quite admirably for a car of this size. Its forte of course is tootling around town for the shopping, kids ferrying, recycling trips etc and for this it excels. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/13 (Somewhat useful, 19 readings)
This was my second car, I only sold it, due to wanting something with a little less miles, I have only has Corsas and would always recommend them. They were my first car, I even learnt to drive in them. I have had both automatics and manuals, neither of which I have had any problems with. Easy to get info about online and most garages can fix them, if it ever breaks - none of mine have though! They are solid, robust cars. You can't really go wrong with a Corsa. Neither would I say that they are a mans or a women's car. Plus, they are quite small, so easier to park and don't cost that much to run or to insure, which is a bonus nowadays! There is a ... Read the complete review
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