Millionth Vauxhall Corsa Drives On To Britain's Roads

Vauxhall Corsa

Vauxhall Corsa

Vauxhall’s super popular Corsa has been an enormous hit with buyers since its debut just over a decade ago. Its cheeky looks, willing engines and excellent value for money have attracted a multitude of buyers, all wanting to own Vauxhall’s most familiar car. For these reasons, as well as its undeniable style and versatility, Corsa sales have surpassed the 1,000,000 mark in the UK. In fact, year to date Corsa sales in Britain for 2004 are an impressive 87,500, making Corsa leader of its segment.

Available with a variety of feisty, capable engines - ranging from an economical 1.0 litre choice to a grunty 1.8 litre engine in the petrol range and either a 1.3 CDTi or a 1.7 CDTi in the diesel range - and in a selection of trims, Corsa has a model that will appeal to everyone… especially taking into consideration the current spectacular deals.

Up to 14 December this year, selected Corsa models are being offered with free fully comprehensive insurance for a year for those aged between 21-80 and either three years’ zero per cent finance or a customer saving of up to £1870. And not only will buyers be making a huge saving but they’ll also have peace of mind knowing that they’ve chosen the UK’s favourite small car.

In fact, such is Corsa’s undeniable popularity, it has topped its segment for all but two months of the past 14 months. With such immense buyer confidence it’s no surprise that over a million Corsas have been sold in the UK - there’s simply no other choice for those looking for a small car.

Published 29 October 2004 Melanie Carter

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