Vauxhall Corsa Cargo

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Description: One of the best-selling small cars in Britain, the Vauxhall Corsa, has been given a thorough overhaul for 2015 so that it’s in a better position to take on the Ford Fiesta, Renault Clio and Volkswagen Polo. Yes, you read that right – a thorough overhaul and not an all-new model.

Stick with models riding on 16-inch wheels or smaller and the improvements in Vauxhall Corsa comfort levels are impressive.

It remains a very easy car to drive, but with superior bump and rut absorption than before, as well as a lighter, more direct electric power steering system, that can be lightened even further to improve urban nimbleness.

Overall, it feels a plusher environment to spend time in too, with lots of equipment and higher grade materials used throughout the cabin, although its dimensions are continued from before. This isn’t such a bad thing as the outgoing Corsa was a spacious small car, meaning two six-footers should be able to relax in reasonable room behind front seat occupants of a similar height. Squeezing a fifth person in the centre rear seat is less bearable, though.

Finding a suitable driving position is easy – many models have a height adjustable driver’s seat and all models’ steering columns adjust for both angle and distance from the driver. Visibility is good too, the Corsa’s large glass area continuing from before. All models barring the Life, Sting and Sting R have air-con as standard while climate control is optionally available on the Limited Edition and above.

Infotainment is boosted with the Excite models onwards, complete with Vauxhall’s IntelliLink touchscreen. The graphics are clear and responsive, Bluetooth connectivity is useful too, but we didn’t like how when you adjust the volume the whole screen goes black save for the white numbers – a bit distracting in your peripheral vision when using the steering wheel controls.

Comfort is also compromised on Limited Edition and SRi VX-Line models with their 17-inch alloy wheels and the Sport suspension settings that come with them. It’s noticeably stiffer, but still compliant, around town, but on rougher surfaced roads at higher speeds the firmness can become tiresome.

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