Review: Vauxhall Corsa (2000 – 2006)
Good looking, solid supermini. Inexpensive to buy and run. Responsive, economical engines. Few faults reported for the high volumes sold.
Not the roomiest or best to drive. Rear wheel bearing and steering rack failures are common.
Recently Added To This Review
Another report of water leaking through the split bulkhead of a recently purchased 2003 Vauxhall Cofrsa C. Link to the fix here: Corsa C leaking bulkhead fix . Read more
Report of 2005 Vauxhall Corsa Easytronic 'F' light flashing and car failing to start despite a new battery being fitted. Locan mechanic has diagnosed actuator failure and quoted £1,800 to replace... Read more
Report of bulkhead water leak in used 2003/63 Corsa C VXR. Dealer 'quick-fixed' it in January 2016 but now it is leaking again and wants £700 to fix it again. Read more
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