2011 Opel Corsa facelift review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 24 November 2010 , 13:11:14 byAlina

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Opel Corsa facelift

Beginning with January 2011, the succcessful small car from Opel, the Corsa model gets a new look,which is sportier, more expressive, managing to make the Opel family a more appreciated and a more recognizable one. It protects the environment by emitting 94g/km CO2 and registers a fuel consumption of 3.5 liters diesel per 100 km.
Contemporary colors and decors are offered to both the interior, which can be painted in Tabasco Orange or Steel Blue, and the exterior, which integrates a fine off-white Guacamole, a daring Henna or an eye-catching Grasshopper.
The upper and lower grilles have been reproportioned in order to obtain a sporty execution, while a newly designed larger and sculptured chrome bar incorporates the Opel logo.
Younger customers who are looking to personalize their Corsa are now offered the new "Linea" pack, which features two large white or black stripes along the Corsa body.
A coupe-like three-door and the family-friendly five-door are two distinct body styles offered by Corsa. Great attention to detail as well as the high-quality of execution, feature the interior, which received a new dashboard molding sporting textured skin, beautiful seat fabric, while an intelligent commuter function uses TMC information in order to offer alternative routes when traffic problems appear.
The eco-friendly Start/Stop technology strongly defines the Corsa ecoFLEX which receives its power from a 1.3 CDTI 70kW/95hp engine, thus bringing major benefits to the protection of the environment.
Despite the less fuel consumption, the Corsa range provides driving fun, power, quality and performance, without any compromises.
It was named by Germany's DEKRA Quality Report the winner vehicle with the lowest defect rate of all cars tested.