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Brand New Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 SXi 5dr (Save £5,404) £9,081.00 @ buyanewcar.co.uk

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Was looking at the other Corsa deal and noticed this. Absolutely stonking deal over a third off list price with Vauxhall's 100,000 mile no time limit 1st owner warranty. Decent spec, 5 doors and a r…
oddballjamie Avatar3y, 2m agoFound 3 years, 2 months ago116 Comments
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Ryspeed
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hi all i want to place an order but how save is my money doing a bank transfer?????

Would suggest going for a nearly new 1.4 or above - http://www.autotrader.co.uk/search/used/cars/vauxhall/corsa/postcode/pe158ur/radius/1500/engine-size-cars/1-4l_to_1-6l/maximum-age/up_to_1_year_old/sort/default/body-type/hatchback/onesearchad/used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew/transmission/manual/maximum-mileage/up_to_5000_miles

Autotrader have many, this 1.0L is very underpowered.

This is the 1.4 not the 1.0 and the first few cars on the link you have provided are accident damaged.

The cheapest SXi 5dr on that page is this one
http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201310049114168
Saving a massive £500 by buying a year old one with no lifetime warranty, it just proves how good a deal this is.

Trolling?

Edited By: oddballjamie on Oct 11, 2013 18:30
hi all i want to place an order but how save is my money doing a bank transfer?????
skellysgirl
oddballjamie
skellysgirl
and as far as the bags are concerned, i have 5 long soft bodied pullys, each with 20kg in, 3 in the boot, along with a few backpacks, one across my children's feet and the other stood up behind my chair, as i have a child in a car chair (omg i even fitted in a car chair). A trunki, and a fairly large handbag, were with me in the front.

The amount of narrow minded idiots on this thread are unbelievable, i would suggest you get back to your mundane lives, instead of trying to dismiss others.

I believed you before, now you've explained I have my doubts.

Children needing 20kg of luggage each to go on a plane.
A large holdall stood up behind your seat. Your seat would have to be that far forward you couldn't possibly get behind the wheel.

This whole scenario sounds horrendously dangerous and I really hope it didn't happen. Please use a taxi service next time rather than putting children's lives at risk.

I was in the passenger seat, especially as i was holding a trunki!
i was going to a country where i was donating clothes and i took along quite a lot of scuba and snorkelling items.

What colour would you say the majority of the clothing was, did this have any impact on your packing?

Edited By: Ryspeed on Oct 09, 2013 17:22
skellysgirl
oddballjamie
skellysgirl
and as far as the bags are concerned, i have 5 long soft bodied pullys, each with 20kg in, 3 in the boot, along with a few backpacks, one across my children's feet and the other stood up behind my chair, as i have a child in a car chair (omg i even fitted in a car chair). A trunki, and a fairly large handbag, were with me in the front.

The amount of narrow minded idiots on this thread are unbelievable, i would suggest you get back to your mundane lives, instead of trying to dismiss others.

I believed you before, now you've explained I have my doubts.

Children needing 20kg of luggage each to go on a plane.
A large holdall stood up behind your seat. Your seat would have to be that far forward you couldn't possibly get behind the wheel.

This whole scenario sounds horrendously dangerous and I really hope it didn't happen. Please use a taxi service next time rather than putting children's lives at risk.

I was in the passenger seat, especially as i was holding a trunki!
i was going to a country where i was donating clothes and i took along quite a lot of scuba and snorkelling items.

The hole is very, very deep - suggest you stop digging now! ;)
oddballjamie
skellysgirl
and as far as the bags are concerned, i have 5 long soft bodied pullys, each with 20kg in, 3 in the boot, along with a few backpacks, one across my children's feet and the other stood up behind my chair, as i have a child in a car chair (omg i even fitted in a car chair). A trunki, and a fairly large handbag, were with me in the front.

The amount of narrow minded idiots on this thread are unbelievable, i would suggest you get back to your mundane lives, instead of trying to dismiss others.

I believed you before, now you've explained I have my doubts.

Children needing 20kg of luggage each to go on a plane.
A large holdall stood up behind your seat. Your seat would have to be that far forward you couldn't possibly get behind the wheel.

This whole scenario sounds horrendously dangerous and I really hope it didn't happen. Please use a taxi service next time rather than putting children's lives at risk.

I was in the passenger seat, especially as i was holding a trunki!
i was going to a country where i was donating clothes and i took along quite a lot of scuba and snorkelling items.
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