Last month saw the good looking and popular Ford Fiesta put under the microscope, giving us plenty of opportunity to discuss fault finding and diagnosing common issues.
This month our friends in the market have turned their attention to the equally popular Vauxhall Corsa.
The 2006 upgrade on the little Corsa saw Vauxhall sharpen up its little supermini from its looks on the outside, to the way it feels on the inside.
The latest Corsa saw its engine range still remain largely the same as its predecessor, except for the 1.6 replacing the 1.8 model and the new Ecotec engines.
There are plenty of issues and quirks with the Corsa. We’ve some really good tips and pointers to help you diagnose and solve many issues in double-quick time.
As ever with these small cars checking the oil consumption of these vehicles is equally important.
Next month we’ll be looking at the Ford Mondeo introduced in 2007. If you have expertise, knowledge and insight to share, we would be delighted to hear from you. It will make our Inside Lines an even more powerful tool for our workshop readership. To be included contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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