Review: Vauxhall Corsa (1993 – 2000)
Simple, practical supermini. Good engines. Cheap to buy and run. Generally reliable. Plenty of choice.
Unremarkable drive. Premature wear on the front suspension.
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Ageing design but still a different and practical shape for a supermini. 12' 3" long by 5' 3" wide. Weighs from 835kg to 960kg. Plenty of room in the back of the 5-door version. Doesn't make demands on... Read more
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