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Vauxhall Corsa Sting1.4 75PS 3DRNOW £6,995.00 SAVE £2,750 RRP £9,745 @ Underwoods

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Vauxhall Corsa Sting 1.4 75PS 3DR Tyre pressure monitoring system Electronic stability programme Hill start assistAnti-lock braking system Six airbags Electronic engine deadlock immobiliser St… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Vauxhall Corsa Sting 1.4 75PS 3DR

Tyre pressure monitoring system
Electronic stability programme
Hill start assistAnti-lock braking system
Six airbags
Electronic engine deadlock immobiliser
Stereo radio and aux-in socket
Steering column adjustable for reach and rake
Speed-sensitive power-assisted steering
Heated windscreen
16 inch white alloy wheels
Electrically adjustable door mirrors
Remote control central locking
Electrically operated front windows.
Twin white stripes on bonnet, roof and tailgate
White door mirror housings and front grille barBlack foil on door pillars (not with Dark Sea Blue or Carbon Flash)
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24 Likes
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.

Moronic comment


Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.

They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.
17 Likes
Not a VW =hot.
15 Likes
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.

Moronic comment
8 Likes
This Vauxhall certainly is a sting, you get lumbered with a Corsa.
At least it's under £7k

Edited By: Oneday77 on Sep 24, 2016 08:36
8 Likes
Air con is a £500 option, wouldn't be without it.

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8 Likes #1
This Vauxhall certainly is a sting, you get lumbered with a Corsa.
At least it's under £7k

Edited By: Oneday77 on Sep 24, 2016 08:36
5 Likes #2
The Corsa is a popular car, not b/c its really all that all good but b/c its comfy and safe choice for drivers who do not know much else. Its marmite and you will see that in the reviews by the auto magazines too.

The 1.4 engine is lazy and unenthusiastic, its been replaced by the 1.0l turbo which is a little more enjoyable hence the clearance price on this car. It is the lower spec with a bodykit/valance/stripes you get on the sportier models.

This model is heavily discounted everywhere right now and I suspect you can negotiate a deal with any vendor to around this price. I would even give Underwoods a call and put them under a bit of pressure and see if you can get a few more quid off!

Edited By: groenleader on Sep 24, 2016 08:42
6 Likes #3
I wouldn't ever buy another ****** Vauxhall again! Awful mechanics, awful service, no customer service or after sales!
3 Likes #4
Oneday77
This Vauxhall certainly is a sting, you get lumbered with a Corsa.
At least it's under £7k


corsas are fantastic cars. I regret selling mine.
3 Likes #5
This is actually a very good deal. Yes it's the 1.4 engine and not the new 1.0 but what a great price. In three years time you would be able to sell for at least 4k. So only 3k (probably less) lost over 36 months equates to approx £83/month AND you still own the car. Just to add my wife has driven an old Corsa for the past six years it has bern the most reliable car wd have ever owned and we have had many different cars between us.
8 Likes #6
Air con is a £500 option, wouldn't be without it.
17 Likes #7
Not a VW =hot.
15 Likes #8
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.

Moronic comment
24 Likes #9
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.

Moronic comment


Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.

They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.
#10
Better value to be had with prereg and nearly new models with better kit etc. the 75bhp 1.4 has been around not far off 20 years now and is gutless and thirsty. However if you class it as an £83 a month set of wheels it's actually a reasonable prospect from that way of looking at things
#11
I don't like vauxhall either but family members have just about every model in the range from Adam upto insignia and mocha. The newest ranges have improved a lot in terms of reliability. The corsa is OK and been going for years, they seemed to have ironed out the issues with the insignia and I found the astra 1.4T Sri (hire car) responsive and adequate/good car to drive. I'm normally the first to bash vauxhall but credit where credit is due. I'd rather have this corsa that the kia picanto deal. Heat
7 Likes #12
Oneday77
This Vauxhall certainly is a sting, you get lumbered with a Corsa.
At least it's under £7k

Yeah - they must be bad. So bad that the're number 2 in the 10 best selling cars list (_;)

Shame people still have old 1990's opinions about Vauxhall.
People still believe German cars are reliable too.
Ah, guess opinions will never change.
4 Likes #13
Bought a Vectra new in 2008 for £9600 - one of my best ever buys. Still going strong, never gone wrong.
4 Likes #14
stevenfeeney
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.
They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.

VW got caught. That was their ONLY mistake. EVERY maker lied and fiddled mileage figures. Have you never driven a car and been amazed at how it was claimed to be 50+mpg but all YOU ever got was 30? That's because the makers lie and the public is, on the whole, a mug (collectively).
#15
stevenfeeney
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.
They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.
Now come on...be fair...one little mistake and they get caught by diligent eco-warriors!!! We'd only have known in 50 years time when the planet was covered in smog that there was a little VW engineering indiscretion back in the 2000's to blame. Lucky us I suppose that they have now "come clean".
Heat for the Corsa BTW :)
#16
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment

Cry more?
3 Likes #17
stevenfeeney
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.
They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.
OK so this wont be a popular opinion but the law required the cars to pass a test. VWs DID pass the test. The problem is the test should have specified that cars must pass the test at all times not just during tests!!! From an engineering point of view VW did nothing wrong. From the governments point of view VW didn't follow the 'spirit' of the emissions regulations. But technically VW did not break any laws hence I don't believe they have been prosecuted by any EU gov. I don't think EU owners are being compensated either!! USA is a different matter as they protect their motor manufacturers so VW will have big fines and compensation to pay.

Edited By: ched999uk on Sep 24, 2016 14:48: add details
#18
There has been research on a wide range of cars undertaking such tests, I don't think Vauxhall came off much better in terms of fudging their numbers, emissions, MPG. Why you would care though when you are spending £7k for a brand new car is beyond me!
1 Like #19
Corsa - the car for people who know nothing about cars. I wonder if anyone on here would admit to thinking "I've got £7000 burning a hole in my bank account, I really fancy a Vauxhall"
#20
jaydeeuk1
Corsa - the car for people who know nothing about cars. I wonder if anyone on here would admit to thinking "I've got £7000 burning a hole in my bank account, I really fancy a Vauxhall"


If I hadn't bought a skoda 6 weeks ago - me!
#21
jaydeeuk1
Corsa - the car for people who know nothing about cars. I wonder if anyone on here would admit to thinking "I've got £7000 burning a hole in my bank account, I really fancy a Vauxhall"
So what's a decent car in the same price range and category in your mind?
I test drove a 2013/14 model this last year and it seemed fine although it was a cursory test.
2 Likes #22
Graham1979
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Cry mo



stevenfeeney
mclean
[quote=pablomalin] Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.
They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.
Hahaha, even worse comment. I have the engine with the cheat software and it's the best car I've had in over 15 years of car ownership. Had two vauxhalls, of which both basically disintegrated over time. Terrible build quality. There is a reason you still regularly see very old VW's with 200k plus miles, long after vauxhalls have been scrapped ;) yes, they are guilty of fraud, but there is a reason why they are still successful despite the bad press ....they build very good cars x
#23
Graham1979
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Cry more?

Graham1979
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Cry more?
For someone born in the same year as myself your maturity is questionable
2 Likes #24
Agharta
jaydeeuk1
Corsa - the car for people who know nothing about cars. I wonder if anyone on here would admit to thinking "I've got £7000 burning a hole in my bank account, I really fancy a Vauxhall"
So what's a decent car in the same price range and category in your mind?
I test drove a 2013/14 model this last year and it seemed fine although it was a cursory test.
Anything with four wheels and an engine. Wait 6 months and you will realise what people mean when they talk about build quality ;)
#25
118luke
Oneday77
This Vauxhall certainly is a sting, you get lumbered with a Corsa.
At least it's under £7k
Yeah - they must be bad. So bad that the're number 2 in the 10 best selling cars list (_;)
Shame people still have old 1990's opinions about Vauxhall.
People still believe German cars are reliable too.
Ah, guess opinions will never change.
People buy them because they are cheap and shiny. Not because they are good cars (_;)
1 Like #26
Wish this was a SR Nova instead.
1 Like #27
ScorchingHot
I wouldn't ever buy another ****** Vauxhall again! Awful mechanics, awful service, no customer service or after sales!

My wife's Corsa has 44k miles on the clock. Timing chain needed replacing 6 months ago but before it was replaced the head gasket went so at least they were done at the same time. Had a couple of broken suspension coils on it and now the water pump has gone. Never ever again...
1 Like #28
Honda Jazz is supposed to be the most reliable new xar
4 Likes #29
dave62

VW got caught. That was their ONLY mistake. EVERY maker lied and fiddled mileage figures. Have you never driven a car and been amazed at how it was claimed to be 50+mpg but all YOU ever got was 30? That's because the makers lie and the public is, on the whole, a mug (collectively).

VW didn't just lie about fuel consumption figures, they designed "defeat device" software into their cars so that it changed the engine mode to run in a completely different way when it was being tested compared to when it was being driven in everyday use. It has been a year since it was discovered, plenty of time for alerted authorities to find the same in other makes, but none found.

My own car quotes 50.7 MPG as its consumption, I've achieved 50.2 on the 11 mile commute - which includes 2 miles with a cold engine. Usually the reason that people don't get anything near quoted consumption figures is down to poor driving.

Edited By: androoski on Sep 24, 2016 16:08
#30
androoski
dave62

VW got caught. That was their ONLY mistake. EVERY maker lied and fiddled mileage figures. Have you never driven a car and been amazed at how it was claimed to be 50+mpg but all YOU ever got was 30? That's because the makers lie and the public is, on the whole, a mug (collectively).

VW didn't just lie about fuel consumption figures, they designed "defeat device" software into their cars so that it changed the engine mode to run in a completely different way when it was being tested compared to when it was being driven in everyday use. It has been a year since it was discovered, plenty of time for alerted authorities to find the same in other makes, but none found.

My own car quotes 50.7 MPG as its consumption, I've achieved 50.2 on the 11 mile commute - which includes 2 miles with a cold engine. Usually the reason that people don't get anything near quoted consumption figures is down to poor driving.


Is your mpg figure going by what the car tells you or have you done a manual calculation based on mileage and fuel top up?
3 Likes #31
dave62
VW got caught. That was their ONLY mistake. EVERY maker lied and fiddled mileage figures.

A million pounds on it, he has one!
2 Likes #32
mclean
There is a reason you still regularly see very old VW's with 200k plus miles

There is. The people who believe the marketing crap and bought them think they have something special, so keep pumping good money after bad trying to keep them alive.

They are somewhat 'fragile', in reality.
#33
Absolutely cracking piece of devaluation which will be sure to guarantee you negative equity even in years to come!
1 Like #34
I have owned 5 x 1.9 in total TDI cars and 1 2.0 TDI. still got two of vw 1.9. nothing really can change my mind to buy something but vw as I av never had any problem drove up to quarter million on 1 car. if u ever find a vauxhall with 250,000 miles that would be a miracle
#35
mclean
Graham1979
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Cry mo



stevenfeeney
mclean
[quote=pablomalin] Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Why? VW conducted one of the biggest corporate frauds in history.
They shouldn't get a **** penny from anyone and the business should be fined into the ground.
Hahaha, even worse comment. I have the engine with the cheat software and it's the best car I've had in over 15 years of car ownership. Had two vauxhalls, of which both basically disintegrated over time. Terrible build quality. There is a reason you still regularly see very old VW's with 200k plus miles, long after vauxhalls have been scrapped ;) yes, they are guilty of fraud, but there is a reason why they are still successful despite the bad press ....they build very good cars x


My 2002 Vauxhall has 205,000 and still going strong.
#36
arotabi
androoski
dave62

VW got caught. That was their ONLY mistake. EVERY maker lied and fiddled mileage figures. Have you never driven a car and been amazed at how it was claimed to be 50+mpg but all YOU ever got was 30? That's because the makers lie and the public is, on the whole, a mug (collectively).
VW didn't just lie about fuel consumption figures, they designed "defeat device" software into their cars so that it changed the engine mode to run in a completely different way when it was being tested compared to when it was being driven in everyday use. It has been a year since it was discovered, plenty of time for alerted authorities to find the same in other makes, but none found.
My own car quotes 50.7 MPG as its consumption, I've achieved 50.2 on the 11 mile commute - which includes 2 miles with a cold engine. Usually the reason that people don't get anything near quoted consumption figures is down to poor driving.
Is your mpg figure going by what the car tells you or have you done a manual calculation based on mileage and fuel top up?

By the car computer. I've done the calculation using mileage and fuel top up and that worked out at over 56MPG, so I took the lower number.
3 Likes #37
iibdii
I have owned 5 x 1.9 in total TDI cars and 1 2.0 TDI. still got two of vw 1.9. nothing really can change my mind to buy something but vw as I av never had any problem drove up to quarter million on 1 car. if u ever find a vauxhall with 250,000 miles that would be a miracle


the days when vw was doing good cars are over...vw cars made after 2008 are pile of #%#@&&% ;)

i still owe car with 1.9 tdi and the engine still going great without any problems but if I will need to change the car i will never buy anything from vag group as from experience of my friends and from what people say I know those cars are nothing but trouble they spend more time in garage then on the road its a waste of time and money
#38
Vauxhall really messed up the D and E generation, ugly to look at like the Adam and not particularly nice inside either. The C generation (00-05) on the other hand was much better looking and was the best selling supermini for like 5 years.
#39
Ralph888
Air con is a £500 option, wouldn't be without it.
I would at £500
1 Like #40
mclean
Graham1979
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Cry more?
Graham1979
mclean
pablomalin
Not a VW =hot.
Moronic comment
Cry more?
For someone born in the same year as myself your maturity is questionable

I've passed maturity, I'm now in decline both mentally and physically, roll on old age!

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