Pictured here is the main rival, the Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback 1.4 Sri Vx-line 5dr Manual (browse deal) which we find is equally as popular as the Ford. With customers looking for cheap small hatchbacks which are frugal for insurance and fuel costs, there is an unenviable choice of options in the market. With Citroen, Peugeot, Seat, VW and Hyundai in the mix, making a decision can be pretty difficult.
Often it comes down to the monthly rental as to which car a customer will choose.
The car shown is based on the following specification:
· Quantum Grey Metallic Paint
· Lace Cloth – Jet Black
· Piano Black Facia with Red Inserts
· 17″ Hurricane Alloy Wheels in Manoogian
The car shown here is one of the Corsa’s best specification vehicles.
The Sri Vx Line offers sports suspension, Interllilink infotainment system, sight and light pack, city assist mode, leather steering wheel, air conditioning, cruise control, Apple car play, Bluetooth, Body coloured bumpers/mirrors, LED daytime running lights, 17” alloys and Lace cloth. Where Vauxhall do let the customer down is with some of the comfort specification – you need to add front and rear parking sensors, winter pack and navigation to get the car anywhere near an equivalent ST Line Nav.
In terms of technical facts, the 1398CC engine offers 90ps which delivers 54.3MPG and 0-62MPH times of 13.2 seconds. On the company car calculations, this has 120g of CO2/km and P11d of £15,250.00 In terms of insurance and running costs, the insurance group is 6E and service intervals are set at every 12 months or 20,000 miles, whichever is sooner.
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