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Opel Corsa

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    The new Opel Corsa is available in a notchback, sedan body style. It has been labeled India's 'millennium car' and is being simultaneously launched across three continents: South America, Africa and Asia.

    It is offered with two 'e-TEC' engine variants - the 1.4 liter and the 1.6 liter. Both are microprocessor controlled Multi-Port Fuel Injected engines. The maximum power and torque of the 1.6 liter engine is 92PS/5600 and 126 Nm/3200 respectively. The 1.4 liter delivers 88PS/6000 and 110 Nm/3200.

    It has also aggressively priced the base version, Corsa GL 1.4 litre, at Rs. 5.35 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi ). The base version of the Corsa would come equipped with air-conditioning, central-locking and remote fuel and trunk opening. The other versions, the 1.4 litre GLS and the 1.6 litre GLS, costs Rs. 5.85 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi ) and Rs. 6.13 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi ) respectively.



    The safety features of the Astra have been retained. Power steering and central locking is standard on all models as is the a/c, centrally operated fuel flap and trunk opener, fabric door trim and body colored bumpers. The price of the model has not been revealed so far. The Corsa is expected to compete with the Esteem, Accent and Ikon.


    As far as my own openion is conserned I have driven the vauxhal corsa a few hundred miles and I think its well nippy and a good small city car and from those who own a corsa they say its pretty reliable

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    I dont like this car at all and more over in India Opeal spare parts are very costly. So this is not a good choice to go with and rather then this car i think fiat Palio is a better option.

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