22 April 2004

As if rocketing to the top of the SMMT’s chart last month wasn’t enough, Vauxhall has made its diminutive Corsa supermini an even more attractive prospect.

Vauxhall’s selection of Energy special editions add five-spoke alloy wheels, CD player, electric door mirrors, air conditioning and a leather steering wheel into the deal. The Corsa Energy in particular, however, is now available with four years free finance, and a year’s free insurance for drivers aged 19 and over. The Corsa Energy range starts at £8200 for a 1.0-litre three-door bought online. Other offers announced by the manufacturer include three years free finance on other Corsa, Meriva, Zafira, Vectra and Astra Coupé and Convertible models, and up to £2000 off selected outgoing Astra hatchback models.

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