Athletic and dynamic – that's the top-selling Vauxhall Corsa range.
So add more excitement to that formula and it doesn't take a genius to work out that the excitingly restyled sporty SRi will turn more heads than ever as it puts more fun back into driving.
What has happened to the Corsa SRi? Simply, it has arrived on the block with:
These SRi additions come with no increase in prices. On-the-road price of the 39.2 mpg 1.4 litre three-door model is £11,495. The 126 mph (0-60 in 8.0 secs) 1.8 litre three-door model costs £12,995. Five-door versions are just £500 more.
The SRi sports 16 inch alloys and its first-time alloy pedals contrast perfectly with the smart brushed-aluminium console trim.
Lowered sports suspension gives a true "let's go" stance and eye-catching brake callipers finished in red (1.8 16v) complete the effect.
Corsa sales in the first nine months of 2002 have soared by a staggering 17.1 per cent to 85,578. In September sales were up by more than 10 per cent.
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