New Vauxhall Corsa review. Last week, I was in Liverpool to review the fourth generation Vauxhall Corsa or Opel Corsa. The fourth generation Corsa offers more distinctive front and rear designs. The interior also offer better materials and a touch screen that enables you to use radio, apps (Yes, there are apps available for Corsa) and other functions of the vehicle. In addition, I really like the heated steering-wheel.
The engines A 1.0-litre, three-cylinder ECOTEC Direct Injection Turbo (90 HP / 115 HP), 1.2-litre (72 HP), 1.4-litre (90 HP), 1.4-litre-turbo (150 HP) and the diesel 1.3 CDTi (75 HP / 95 HP). I would suggest the 1.0-lt engine! 90 HP is more than enough. The transmissions are 6-speed manual (Avoid it, it is manual), 6-speed automatic and five-speed automated manual Easytronic. I would highly suggest the 6-speed automatic for smooth ride and comfort. But Easytronic can be a better option for the economy.
Corsa is a really nice small car for every day use. The features that are offered are way more than what you expect from a small car. Just remember, ten years ago, a touch screen was something impossible to spot in Corsa. Now, Corsa offer many features that bring more comfort to your journey without increase the price!