Although Vauxhall rarely ventures into the world of top performance cars, a "pedigree performer" has been created with the Vauxhall Corsa VXR, it has been stated.
Writing for the Dumfries and Galloway Standard, John Connor indicated that not only does the car do the business on the road, but it also "looks the part".
Among the car’s features is the fitting of a firm racing style suspension, a roof spoiler on the back, a rear bumper that incorporates a diffuser and low profile tyres.
Furthermore, Mr Connor highlighted that the appearance of the vehicle is boosted through the "glamorous" effect of the car having black roof and door mirrors to contrast the overall Arctic White exterior colour.
Meanwhile, the writer added that the sports seats used are comfortable, overall the car is "fast yet stable" and in particular the vehicle’s "handling, braking and cornering ability" is "stunning".
The car’s rapid acceleration is one of its top features, with the ability to hit 60 miles per hour from still in 6.8 seconds, while buyers can also reach a top speed of 140 miles per hour.