Vauxhall Corsa SXi 1.4i Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... The car is just generally quiet. It turns really smoothly and responsively, no stickiness to the steering wheel etc. I have a ... more
Customer Vauxhall Corsa SXi 1.4i Reviews (5)
by - written on 04/06/09 (Very useful, 997 readings)
May 2009 was a sad month for me. I had to pay my final respects to an old and dear friend. We had been together for nearly six years. We had been through good times and bad, mostly good, and had learned to live together at ease with each other's foibles. Admittedly our relationship didn't get off to a good start: she let me down badly in France and we ended up returning home separately. I might have called it a day there and then and, true, we did undergo an enforced trial separation but, after a few months I realised I really couldn't do without her. We got back together again and she promised not to let me down ever again. Not that the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/11 (Very useful, 92 readings)
This review relates to a black Vauxhall Corsa SXi, 57 reg, of which I have owned for nearly 3 years now. I find this car has proved to be a great first car for myself, as it proves a good drive, looking nice without been too flash. Firstly, how the car looks on the outside. The shape of the car is wonderful in my opinion; well engineered, and the car looks very smooth and well put together. However, because of the extreme curvy nature of the exterior, and bumps you may have will be hard and expensive to cover up (as I well found out!) The car looks very nice in the metallic black colour I picked, but be warned, scratches do show up easily and it is a nightmare ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
For this review, I am referring to the new shape Corsa. For my first car I have to say, I do like it, but if I were to buy another, it would have to be brand new. Lets start with the styling. When the Corsa was first released, it was quite a small car, and now it so much bigger; I was so shocked when sitting in for the first time how much room there is in the front. I'm 6ft 3 and I don't even have to have the seat right back. From the outside, the Sxi has more detail than the other models like the breeze or club which is good as it is the more expensive model. I like the door handles being the same colour as the car, and not black plastic which the lower ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/12 (Useful, 134 readings)
The Vauxhall Corsa (2011 SXI model) is a fantastic little car. Im not Jeremy Clarkson so i can't really talk about the rpm, bhp and torque etc. But as a young driver I can talk about practicality. I bought my car as nearly new, It had 7000 miles on the clock, so it was basically new. Instantly it was a hit with me. I had a Fiat Punto beforehand, and it wasn't until i had this car i realised how quiet and reliable the corsa is. The engine runs really smoothly and quietly with no juddering etc. The car is just generally quiet. It turns really smoothly and responsively, no stickiness to the steering wheel etc. I have a 1.4 petrol engine and it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/12 (Somewhat useful, 55 readings)
I bought this car about a year a go and have had nothing but praise since the very first day i drove it. let me start with the interior - its the kind of interior that should be on a lot more expensive car. The dashboard is made from like a carbon effect plastic - really nice. seats are comfortable and even the finer details are really nice. steering wheel/gear knob. The drive is aso reasonably ok. wouldnt say it was really smooth but certainly is an enjoyable drive and has enough bite in the cceleration when you need it. the build of the car is great. Solid materials , good strong sound when you close the door which rings out robust the car is (if you get me) - only ... Read the complete review
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