New Opel Corsa review | carsguide.com.au

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Opel Corsa

New Opel Corsa review

comfort is good from the front and torsion beam but the rear drum brakes a bit of a shock.

Peter Barnwell tests and reviews the Opel , with specs, fuel and verdict.

Opel is pitching as a premium brand, but you don#39;t to be very old to remember earlier products sold here as variety#39; Holdens ; Barina and So what changed between and now. Not much really if you at the Opel Corsa .

We got hold of a Corsa Enjoy door auto last and it#39;s pretty much all the other cars in the segment, a behind the times in some a bit bigger in some areas, a different.

Premium? We think Our car had wind up rear windows, we thought had been consigned car history.

It misses out on a centre arm rest, has an overwhelmingly hard dash and a four-speed auto.

The model brings with it of kit including climate control, computer, piano black trim, steering wheel cruise, keyless entry, speaker audio and other

Our car had the $2000 tech pack included adaptive headlights, park assist, auto dim view mirror and auto and wipers all what you#39;d premium features. The striking blue metallic paint an extra $600 on the Enjoy ticket price of $20,990.

The engine is a twin cam 1.4-litre four cylinder with valve timing lifted the Cruze (without the turbo) and other GM products and is good for The best fuel economy we saw was It passes Euro 5 emissions

It looks cheeky with a rear end and eagle-eye headlights in this case fitted the optional adaptive see-around-corners The interior is roomy for the light and there#39;s a decent load with a cunning two-tier for hiding stuff. The seats comfortable with some bolster support for fast and the handling itself isn#39;t too bad to a

It gets a five star rating with six air bags and control among safety

Initial steering turn-in is with a sporty feel but harder and the Corsa struggles. It up the front outside wheel and the inside rear so the limits are defined. Ride comfort is from the strut front and beam suspension but the rear brakes were a bit of a shock.

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We found the four-speed auto particularly on highway uphills it hunts from third to to maintain a given speed.

can best be described as adequate. It be different in the manual. We drove the for about 600km on the highway and roads and found it pleasant The ride is comfortable but the trip and other electronic controls as the air conditioning are difficult to master.

It has a saver spare.

Corsa is in a swag of really good cars: Ford #39;s Holden Barina, Hyundai and the Kia Rio to name a few. Against such as this, the more four-year-old Corsa struggles a

Price: from $18,990 and $20,990 (auto)

Warranty: years/100,000km

Engine: 1.4-litre cylinder, 74kW/130Nm

Transmission: manual, four-speed auto; FWD

Six airbags, ABS, ESC, TC

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