Vauxhall has given some attention to its Corsa supermini to make sure it stays relevant to buyers in this crowded market. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Vauxhall has given some attention to its fourth-generation Vauxhall Corsa supermini line-up, refining the engine range down to variants of an improved version of its 1.4-litre petrol engine and enhancing the value proposition on offer. If you want a sharp deal on a car in this class, you'll get it on this one.
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Hi James, thanks for noticing this. Vauxhall identified petrols as the biggest seller in this sector, and have spent considerable time, effort and money on getting this engine up to scratch. It’s paid off with a balancer shaft that ensures it keeps out most vibration, hum and noise, as well as that familiar grating harshness. It's a fairly quite ride for a car from this sector.
as a owner of a corsa vxr and been a ex owner of previous vauxhall gsi this corsa gsi makes no sense at all .underpowered overpriced rubbish.its a shame they didnt refine the vxr the gsi badge used to mean something
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