Motorists looking for a small car which still offers some degree of space should look past a used Vauxhall Corsa and instead plump for the newest vehicle in the range, a reviewer has concluded.
Writing for the Northern Echo, Nigel Burton states the new Corsa "scores instant brownie points" because compared to a used car in the range, far more space is offered in the required areas.
A new bonnet gives the car extra length, which helps it fit in with new crash regulations, but to ease this burden Vauxhall have made the right changes, according to Mr Burton.
He explains that the windscreen has been stretched forward to help the car become more "fashionable", while it has a "fetching face" as a result of new big headlights.
Furthermore, Mr Burton states that on the inside, the controls are "well laid out" and on the whole the "cabin looks good", despite the slightly over use of plastics.
Overall, he concludes that the Corsa "deserves to do well".
According to Top Gear, the Vauxhall Corsa "handles well" and is "one of the best superminis around.