- 5,000 Miles
- Year Built: 2018(67)
Here we have a Lovely, Late Registered, 2018 Vauxhall Corsa VXR, finished in the Outstanding new colour range Flash Blue with 1/2 Black Leather VXR Bucket Seats. First Registered 16th January 2018 (67 Registration), covering a very low 5,000 miles, Vauxhall First Registered and 1 Private Owner from new.
The Corsa VXR Packs a 1.6 Turbocharged Engine, producing 202Bhp and 400Nm, with 6 Speed Manual Gearbox. 0-60 is achieved in a swift 6.5 Seconds, a respectable 143Mph Top Speed and a claimed 37.7Mpg.
Cost Options (£1,320) –
- Flash Blue Two Coat Metallic Paint (£525)
- 18″ 5 Spoke Bi-Colour Alloys (£510) with Michelin Pilot Sport Tyres
- Privacy Glass (£285)
The VXR is the pinnacle of the Corsa Range with Very High Standard Spec, including:
- VXR Body Styling with unique Bumpers, Grilles and Side Skirts
- Revised VXR Sports Suspension Lowered by 10mm with Koni FSD
- Brembo Performance Brakes
- Remus Sports Exhaust with Twin Tailpipes
- Bi-Xenon Headlights
- LED Rear Lights
- Recaro Half Leather Bucket Sports Seats
- R4.0 IntelliLink Touch-Screen Media Infotainment System
- Apple CarPlay
- DAB Radio.
- Bluetooth Phone Integration
- VXR 3 Spoke, Flat Bottom, Multi Function Steering Wheel
- VXR Gearknob
- VXR Pedels
- VXR Sill Trims
- Drivers Display with Trip Computer
- Electric Windows
- Auto Lights and Wipers
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Vauxhall Service History visiting the workshop in July 2019 at 3,764 Miles. Long Vauxhall Factory Warranty Until January 2021.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
The VXR-badged Corsa has lurched in and out of our affections since Vauxhall introduced the model in 2007.As any good hot hatch should be, the new Corsa VXR is a great deal of fun and alarmingly quick down a twisty road. It’s more powerful than the Ford, although there has been an attempt to redress this through the ST200
The turbocharged 1.6-litre engine from the previous car gets new intake and exhaust manifolds and a new ECU. It produces 202bhp and ‘overboosted’ 207lb ft temporary hit of torque (over a slightly broader rev range). With its uprated engine, exhaust, brakes, stability management and, crucially, a standard limited-slip differential, the model suddenly had the sauce to threaten the Renault on the track.
The Corsa VXR’s driveline has been more widely overhauled, with a new flywheel and clutch fitted and General Motors’ new MT6 manual gearbox being the only choice.
Suspension consists of new strut mountings and subframe up front, firmer bushings and an entirely new torsion beam arrangement at the rear, shortened and stiffened springs that take 10mm out of the Corsa’s normal ride height, uprated frequency-selective dampers from Koni and 17in alloy wheels, with 18s available as an option.
Braking is by Brembo performance discs and pads, driven by a new single-rate hydraulic servo in place of the old dual-rate one.
The standard Corsa VXR comes with Recaro front seats, a sporty bodykit including a lairy dual Remus exhaust system, bi-xenon headlights, air conditioning, cruise control and Vauxhall’s Intellink infotainment system. The seats by Recaro get the compromise between comfort and clasp just about right.
The VXR has been treated to a facelift that includes a new, wider grille, reprofiled headlamps (bi-xenons on the VXR), larger tail-lights and subtly tweaked side windows. These changes help keep the Corsa looking fresh, but it’s the hot hatch’s racy bodykit that attracts the most attention.
Rather than a car designed to get people from A to B, the VXR is a souped-up small car, capable of 0-62mph in 6.5 seconds, and a top speed of 143mph. That means – on paper at least – it has its rivals beaten hands down.