Brand New Vauxhall Corsa S 1.0 12v ecoFlex £7,988 Lifetime Warranty @ Aston Vauxhall (Saving £4147) - HotUKDeals
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andreapedrazzini
lol how's this better than the 1.2l fiat panda that popped up just before for 1.5K cheaper and has similar consumption, higher top speed and faster acceleration at the same time?


Not speaking for myself, but 99/100 teenagers would prefer a Corsa over a Panda.

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#1
GOOD DEAL, HEAT.
2 Likes #2
lol how's this better than the 1.2l fiat panda that popped up just before for 1.5K cheaper and has similar consumption, higher top speed and faster acceleration at the same time?
banned 3 Likes #3
I can see people in shell suits spending their benefits on one of these...............
3 Likes #4
How is 100k a life time warranty, I suppose it is if your 80 and a Sunday driver.

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andreapedrazzini
lol how's this better than the 1.2l fiat panda that popped up just before for 1.5K cheaper and has similar consumption, higher top speed and faster acceleration at the same time?


Not speaking for myself, but 99/100 teenagers would prefer a Corsa over a Panda.
banned#6
Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.
#7
Dreadfully underpowered and so is the 1.2
#8
xlr8
Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.


Are theirs not pre-registered?
banned#9
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SHOWMAN36
I can see people in shell suits spending their benefits on one of these...............

I can't see any, you must live in a rough area!

I'm surprised you can see through the bars - isn't it time for the injection to make you go bye byes?
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xlr8
Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.

Are theirs not pre-registered?[/
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[quote=xlr8] Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.

Are theirs not pre-registered?

Brought mine from Drive Vauxhall New and cheaper ;-) well I'm the only owner on the log book.
#12
Cold, I do 120k miles per year & the warranty would have expired in 9mnths, although I would not want to do it in this
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simon-c
Cold, I do 120k miles per year & the warranty would have expired in 9mnths, although I would not want to do it in this


Jeez, sucks to be you.
#15
I had one of these, god awful car. worst car out of the 19 cars I have owned, so so underpowered and no where near the mpg figures because of this. would never recommend this car , go for the bigger engine.
#16
Good price but I'm driving the 1.2 at the moment as my Golf is being repaired & that's underpowered so the 1.0 will be s**the slow.
#17
simon-c
Cold, I do 120k miles per year & the warranty would have expired in 9mnths, although I would not want to do it in this

ouch! so like 5 hours driving per day on average? i agree, this deal is definitely not for you.

safe driving :)
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0 - 60 in an eye watering 17.6 seconds
#19
simon-c
Cold, I do 120k miles per year & the warranty would have expired in 9mnths, although I would not want to do it in this
which manufacturers do truly unlimited mileage warranties then?
#20
Having driven both and owned the Ibiza, I'd say this was the pick of the two deals :)
#21
Can't knock the warranty, although to take full advantage you need to keep the car for a while so get something with a better engine and higher spec that you won't grow to hate, Design or SXi are decent.
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xlr8
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Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.

Are theirs not pre-registered?[/
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[quote=xlr8] Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.

Are theirs not pre-registered?


Brought mine from Drive Vauxhall New and cheaper ;-) well I'm the only owner on the log book.
Bet you got a good discount as you so obviously work there.

Edited By: oddballjamie on Oct 10, 2012 23:10: stoopid phone
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andreapedrazzini
lol how's this better than the 1.2l fiat panda that popped up just before for 1.5K cheaper and has similar consumption, higher top speed and faster acceleration at the same time?


I am just scrapping a Fiat with under 50k miles on the clock and under 10 years old. Simply carp build quality. It gave nothing but trouble.
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willym2k
simon-c
Cold, I do 120k miles per year & the warranty would have expired in 9mnths, although I would not want to do it in this

ouch! so like 5 hours driving per day on average? i agree, this deal is definitely not for you.

safe driving :)

At central London average speeds, it's closer to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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0 to 62 mph (secs) 18.2

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA
2 Likes #26
Agreed!! SHOWMAN36 Take your ball and go home you idiot
2 Likes #27
I would personally go for the cheaper Hyundai i10 with 5 year warranty and a 4 cylinder engine! You need to have a Hyundai main dealer near you to get the benefits

Edited By: 0049ner on Oct 10, 2012 22:17
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xlr8
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Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.

Are theirs not pre-registered?[/
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[quote=xlr8] Sorry cold, bought this car cheaper last week from Drive Vauxhall.

Are theirs not pre-registered?

Brought mine from Drive Vauxhall New and cheaper ;-) well I'm the only owner on the log book.

Where did you bring it from again?!
#29
12k rrp for a low spec vauxhall corsa hahahaha. My boss paid 5k extra for a 3 year old jag xf...far better deal
#30
Simon

120k miles a year..you need to change jobs..assume you are a salesman
#31
If you want a cheap low spec car then id go for a fiesta
banned#32
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SHOWMAN36
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SHOWMAN36
I can see people in shell suits spending their benefits on one of these...............

I can't see any, you must live in a rough area!

I'm surprised you can see through the bars - isn't it time for the injection to make you go bye byes?

You are a bit of a tit, forever trawling this site trying to provoke a pointless and uninteresting argument.

Ditto.
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GDB2222
andreapedrazzini
lol how's this better than the 1.2l fiat panda that popped up just before for 1.5K cheaper and has similar consumption, higher top speed and faster acceleration at the same time?


I am just scrapping a Fiat with under 50k miles on the clock and under 10 years old. Simply carp build quality. It gave nothing but trouble.

Carp build quality? Sounds fishy to me...
banned#34


You are a bit of a tit, forever trawling this site trying to provoke a pointless and uninteresting argument.

Agreed!! SHOWMAN36 Take your ball and go home you idiot

Wow - are you two in love or just a pair of Corsa owners? Lol.
banned#35
Flombard
Point proven ! :p
SHOWMAN36


You are a bit of a tit, forever trawling this site trying to provoke a pointless and uninteresting argument.

Agreed!! SHOWMAN36 Take your ball and go home you idiot

Wow - are you two in love or just a pair of Corsa owners? Lol.

Point proven ! :p

Humpfffff. (_;)
#36
Two to three year old, one prior owner cars in very good condition, are so ridiculously cheap I just cant bring myself to buy new. New is just so not worth the extra 50-75% extra cost. Got to be able to keep the emotion/ego out of it though.
#37
royals
12k rrp for a low spec vauxhall corsa hahahaha. My boss paid 5k extra for a 3 year old jag xf...far better deal
£17k for a Jag out of manufacturer warranty. Brave guy.
1 Like #38
SmallSpender
Two to three year old, one prior owner cars in very good condition, are so ridiculously cheap I just cant bring myself to buy new. New is just so not worth the extra 50-75% extra cost. Got to be able to keep the emotion/ego out of it though.
At three years old these sell for close to £6k. For the extra cash it's easily worth it to buy new, you know the history of the car, no MOT for three years, no wear and tear for a while and the bonus of the 100,000 mile warranty. Trouble free motoring.

Cars generally get quite a bit cheaper at three years (when compared to RRP) because that's when they can start to cost money.
#39
GDB2222
andreapedrazzini
lol how's this better than the 1.2l fiat panda that popped up just before for 1.5K cheaper and has similar consumption, higher top speed and faster acceleration at the same time?


I am just scrapping a Fiat with under 50k miles on the clock and under 10 years old. Simply carp build quality. It gave nothing but trouble.

my parents have been buying fiats since before I was born. the last 4 cars my mum owned were fiat pandas and lasted respectively 12y (140K miles) -given away but still running
7y -70K miles - she ignored the oil level light for months until the engine died.
6y - 55K miles - totalled
3y + counting.
never had any major problems on any of them.
surely you either got a bad one or you're doing something wrong with it.
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Cold - its not FULL HD 1080p.

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