Are Vauxhall Corsas expensive to run?
Given the Corsa’s traditional customer base, the new one needs to be affordable to own and run above almost anything else. That’s especially the case now that Vauxhall has withdrawn the Adam and Viva, making the Corsa the cheapest car in its range.
What’s the road tax on a Vauxhall Corsa?
|Annual Road Tax||Six-monthly Road Tax|
|1.3 CDTi Life 5d (AC) (14 Oct 2006 – 30 Apr 2007)||£130.00||£71.50|
|1.3 CDTi Life 5d (AC) (1 May 2007 – 14 Jan 2008)||£30.00||N/A|
|1.0i 12V Life 3d||£155.00||£85.25|
|1.0i 12V Life 3d (AC)||£155.00||£85.25|
Is the Vauxhall Corsa Mk3 a good car?
Launched back in 2006, the Corsa Mk3 was a huge hit for Vauxhall, and one of the best-selling cars in the UK. But a barrage of rivals such as the VW Polo, Renault Clio and Ford Fiesta left the aging Corsa trailing behind. The Corsa is a rather handsome car, with solid build quality and a generous amount of standard equipment.
Is a secondhand Corsa D a good buy?
The third generation, launched in 2006, is a consistent best seller in the used-car charts, and a secondhand Corsa D can be a very cost effective way of getting on the road, whether you’re looking for an economical commuter car, reliable family transport or a high-performance small hot hatchback.
When did the Vauxhall Corsa come out in the UK?
Perhaps reasoning that it was unwise to meddle with a winning formula, Vauxhall wisely chose to style the Corsa in an evolutionary rather than revolutionary manner when the second generation model was unveiled in 2000. The first models arrived in UK dealers in October 2000 and were an instant success.
What are the petrol options in the Vauxhall Corsa?
The petrol options found in the Vauxhall Corsa are a 64bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder unit (available with Vauxhall’s green ecoFLEX technology), an 84bhp 1.2-litre unit, and two 1.4-litre engines with either 98bhp or 118bhp.