Vauxhall Corsa SRi 1.4i 16v 3-door Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... since. I haven't heard so much as a stutter from my car ever since the day I drove it off the forecourt. I have done many ... more
Customer Vauxhall Corsa SRi 1.4i 16v 3-door Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/10/10, updated on 26/10/10 (Useful, 42 readings)
I decided to buy a 1.4 Corsa SRI new from Vauxhalls in March 2008 as at the time I was commuting long distances to work and was sick of sitting at the side of the road in my smoking Punto. I have so far had absolutely no reason to complain since. I haven't heard so much as a stutter from my car ever since the day I drove it off the forecourt. I have done many long journeys in the car, and it has always proved to be totally reliable. It reaches top speeds on the motorway with no problem at all, the engine isn't noisy and it has good acceleration for around town driving. It seems to be really good on petrol consumption, and is easy to handle. The great build of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/09 (Very useful, 266 readings)
I am the proud owner of a 1.4Sri Vauxhall Corsa and have been for approximately 18 months. I do around 22,000 miles a year and have been extremely impressed with the car! There are a few common problems which Corsa's can have, among which the steering rack can be problematic, I had to replace mine the week that I bought the car and it cost me approximately £500, although I know I could have bought a re-conditioned one for cheaper. Since I have replaced this rack I have done around 35,000 miles and have had no further problems with the car and have had very little expenditure. The car is speedy and looks great as it comes with extra's such as a chrome ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/01, updated on 20/06/01 (Useful, 2518 readings)
This is a lovley looking and fantastic performing little car. My girlfriend drives an L reg one of these and the first thing I noticed when she took me out for a drive in it was the sheer speed and acceleration of the car. I've had a few drives of it too (naughty me eh.. no insurance, damn shame), and I love it. OK here we go: Engine. Very quiet, very livley. Does 0-60 in 10.5 seconds which sounds like ages but when you are in the thing you head is glued to the back of the seat. Even at 90mph it is very quiet and you feel as if you are hardly moving. On the fuel consumption note, as you would expect, its not fantastic but we can get abot 100 miles from 10 ... Read the complete review
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