Vauxhall Corsa Expression 1.0i 12v 3-door Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... car was my second car bought for me as a birthday present I was over the moon. This car is not the next james bond audi dont ... more
Customer Vauxhall Corsa Expression 1.0i 12v 3-door Reviews (6)
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
This was the first car i drove after passing my test. I was immediately attracted to the cheap insurance i found for this car online. It was £90 a month with my dad on with me and £130 by myself which isnt all that bad. Im also very fond of corsa's. There just a likeable car. But if you are going to get one get a bigger engine then a 1.0. This car would get places quicker being pushed. Also as its such a small engine it cant take as much bullying as say a 1.2 therefore is much easier to stall EVEN THO it has an anti stall system. It has Power steering which is a must have in this day and age. Driver and Passenger air bag. Always a plus. CD player ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/02, updated on 04/12/02 (Very useful, 2439 readings)
Having bought a new Corsa at the time (ST51) I must say I am very impressed with it compared with the old Corsa we owned. This corsa is a lot different internally and externally (as the other Corsa was the old style). I particularly like the lights on the car on the front and back which look pretty sporty. Internally the car has 5 gears and it also includes a power assisted steering. Power Assisted steering is different from power steering itself. This device basically tightens the tension when you are going fast and obviously when you are going slow the steering is very light, this is very handy when trying to get into the tightest of spaces. Even the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/07 (Very useful, 555 readings)
I brought my Vauxhall corsa expression 1.0 litre 3 door hatchback around 3 years ago second hand from my cousin; the corsa itself is a no thrills Ďcheapí car (I use the term cheap in inverted commas because itís relatively inexpensive for a car of this standard.) The overall feel of the car is first-class, with the new 2001 on style you have power assisted steering which makes it a lot more easy to shift than the older model. I cant quote on the boot space because I have a big amp that fills the whole of the boot and I have never seen it empty, but guesswork probably tells me that it is reasonably sized and could fit a weeks shopping at least in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/01, updated on 16/07/01 (Useful, 909 readings)
I was recently given a Vauxhall Corsa as a courtesy car after a tail end shunt in my own car. If you care to follow the whole story you can read it in 'RAC I've just had an accident'. In the meantime the garage gave me a 'W' reg Corsa. Silver in colour and small in size at least I had something to get to work in. This was the first car loaned to me, I might suggest this was a pre 2000 model as it was very hard inside and dull and dismal plastic dashboard, door trims, steering wheel, in fact everything had that awful moulded look or feel. So, nothing to write home about. With the work on my car supposedly completed we swapped cars and off I went. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/10 (Somewhat useful, 57 readings)
Cheap Car, Cheap Insurance, Cheap Tax and Cheap Petrol for the miles you get out of it, what more do you want out of a little run about? This car was my second car bought for me as a birthday present I was over the moon. This car is not the next james bond audi dont get me wrong but its a good run about and never fails at gettin me from a to b with no problems. It is cheap to run and insure compared to alot of cars. Its easily fixable if you are in the unfortunate position that something does go wrong; due to the fact that there are so many out there there are always parts going spare. Its spatious inside (not what people expect) and has genuinly a nice respectable ... Read the complete review
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