After two years of absence from Vauxhall showrooms, the Corsa SRi returns. The model is available with two power-trains: a 1.6-liter turbo unit that can deliver 150 PS or a 1.7-liter CDTi diesel that produces 125 PS. The petrol unit allows the Corsa to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 7.6 seconds and to reach a top speed of 130 mph. But the diesel version also offers impressive performance being able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 9.3 seconds and reaching a top speed of 121 mph. The model runs on 17-inch wheels, a chrome sports exhaust pipe and also a subtle tailgate spoiler. On the inside, it features a leather-trimmed steering wheel with red inserts and alloy pedals. The prices for the line up look like this: the 1.6 turbo 3-dr costs GBP13.625, the 1.7 CDTi 3-dr GBP14.235, the 1.6 turbo 5-dr GBP 14.275 and last, but not least, the 1.7 CDTi 5-dr costs GBP 14.885.
One of the nation`s best-loved hot hatches has returned to Vauxhall showrooms after a two-year absence.
The latest addition to the New Corsa line-up, the SRi revives one of the best known hot hatch monikers in a package that offers incredible levels of driving excitement, great looks and affordability.
Designed to appeal to buyers who don`t need all the hardcore thrills of the VXR but still appreciate style and sharp driving dynamics, the SRi looks set to further broaden the appeal of the Corsa range.
Two powertrains are on offer â€" a new 150PS 1.6-litre turbo unit, or a 125PS 1.7 CDTi diesel. The petrol unit is based on that found in the Corsa VXR, and gives the SRi the ability to sprint from 0-60mph in just 7.6 seconds and on to a top speed of 130mph.
The diesel model also offers impressive performance, accelerating from 0-60mph in 9.3 seconds, with a top speed of 121mph. But as well as the impressive performance, it returns a combined average of 58.9mpg.
For both models, the power is kept in check by a specially developed sports chassis, lowered by 18mm at the front and 15mm at the rear and featuring ESP as standard. The power steering features variable progressive feedback, meaning the weighting at the wheel changes electronically to deliver optimum driver feedback.
And Corsa`s striking looks are made more purposeful courtesy of a front spoiler, deep body-coloured side sills, 17-inch alloy wheels, a chrome sports exhaust pipe and a subtle tailgate spoiler. Inside, red-detailed sports seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel with red inserts, alloy pedals and red seatbelts further set the performance tone.
1.6 turbo 3-dr Â£13,625
1.7 CDTi 3-dr Â£14,235
1.6 turbo 5-dr Â£14,275
1.7 CDTi 5-dr Â£14,885
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