Used car review: Vauxhall Corsa
SINCE its introduction, Vauxhall has continuously fettled and polished the Corsa, turning a good car into an outstanding one. Sales figures suggest the British public knows a good thing when they see one.
The big change that most will notice with this version is that the Corsa has, in true celeb style, received a new face. The old V-grille is replaced by a signature chrome bar that stretches across the entire front grille, carrying the Griffin badge, while a restyled front bumper gives the Corsa a friendlier look. There's also Meriva-style Eagle-Eye headlamps with chrome finish, daytime running lights and chrome detailing also extends to the fog lights.
Some will baulk at buying a car that's quite so ubiquitous, but on occasion, it's best to shelve badge snobbery and reward a very good product.