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The Corsa name has been in the UK since 1993 and in that quarter of a century, the various generations have morphed into something very different to the MK1. In recent years the vehicle market has been in a state of flux with some of the most demanding years for manufacturers landing within the last couple of decades. Once upon a time, the Corsa was a cheap A-to-B car but keeping with the times, the 2014 model is a more grown-up affair and ticks a lot of buyers’ boxes; a target audience Vauxhall has gotten to know well.
The name Corsa stirs different emotions in us all. Undoubtably some or your first cars, the car your mum drove or the car you spent 2k on modding in the late 90’s. Whatever it means to you, it’s fair to say that this has always been one of the most common small hatches on the road albeit living in the shadow of its arch nemesis, the Ford Fiesta.
We’ve always loved the VXR editions, appealing to our inner 18 year old; a car you can’t admit to wanting but are secretly a little jealous of that boy-racer as he blasts past you.
Whether its well-used on the school run or has been thrashed to Southend on the weekends, the need for parts has come thick ‘n’ fast. Have FAI got the parts?… of-Corsa-we-have.