Vauxhall Corsa - Car Wars
I am often subject to whimsical views on cars, preferring the colour, size of the boot in direct corresponsdence to the amount of shopping bags I have, and how shiny the interior is. My boyfriend however, likes to know how quicly it accelerates, what the break power is, and hundreds of other technical issues that i don't even bear thinking about. If the car goes, i do not need to know what engine model or chassis number it has.
We are however, agreed on how much we love the Vauxhall Corsa. We originally had car wars, him having the old, pre 2000 version while i favoured the slightly shinier new (now not so new) post 2000 model. We both liked how economical it was with etrol, therefore saving pennies for other, more fun things, and how reliable the car was when it came to starting in the morning.
Then I upgraded to the Series 6. I had reservations at first, as it was a four door, filling me with dread that i was entering a new age of my life, and that the back stuck out a bt far, for obvious parking issues. My other fear was that a diesel car was going to be really expensive. I was pleasantly surprised, despite the fact that it was a company car and i managed to fill it with petrol on my first day at the new job, making myself look like the office idiot and subject to ridicule, until i finally changed jobs.
Despite my little faux pas, the car and i quickly became at one, with me remembering to give it the right juice, and it being easy to drive, spacious inside and really economical on fuel.
It seems that i am not the only one who feels this, Swiftcover.com have reviewed the model, and can only say good things about it.
Check it out, see the Swiftcover Car Review and decide for yourself.