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The Vauxhall Corsa replaced the outdated and ageing Nova in 1993, and since then has consistently featured in the UK's Top 5 best-selling cars. Compact and practical, the Corsa is Vauxhall's flagship supermini, rivalling the likes of the equally reputable Ford Fiesta and VW Polo. The Corsa boasts an impressive range of specifications and trims, allowing it to be tailored to virtually any taste and suit a wide spectrum of budgets. From the fuss-free entry level design to the ultra-powerful VXR, there is a Corsa for everyone.
Now in its fifth-generation, the Corsa is available in three- and five-door configurations and offers a surprising number of engine-types, ranging in power from the 69bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine to the fiercer 202bhp 1.6-litre VXR turbo. The Corsa offers a competitive blend of high fuel economy and low CO2 emissions, and is a fun and nippy option for city driving. Though compact in build, the Corsa is deceptively roomy, and clever use of the available space ensures optimal head and leg room within the cabin and a 285-litre boot space. Standard kit across the range includes USB connectivity, cruise control, alloy wheels and six airbags, with plenty of options to upgrade to the latest tech available.
The Corsa combines reliable engineering, practical design and competitive pricing to offer excellent overall value for money, proven by its strong and consistent popularity over the years. A respectable four-star Euro NCAP safety rating, low running costs and good standard kit across the range means that the Corsa is an affordable and competitive contender on the market.
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