2001 Opel Corsa Sport 1.2 petrol
I purchased the car in August 2001, and everything seemed nice. The first time I washed it, I noticed that the paint-job looked weird, but I didn't care much about it. I was out of country for a month, and when I got back, the ink was falling apart to the ground! There were little spots of rust all over the car (notice that the car was in the garage all this time).
The dealer services were (and are) appalling in all levels. By the first time I went there, they told me that that happened because the car was parked near a train station (the car was in garage, and the closest station is about 14km from my home)! This is ridiculous! Maybe they should write in the advertising: "Don't buy the new Corsa if you live near a train station!"
I don't know what is going to happen next. Opel services are inefficient, and I have to write a load of letters in order to obtain an answer.
I thought that this problem was unique, but I found out a person that went through the same problem with a Corsa. Opel didn't do anything to him, and he had to sell the car before it cracked up all the paint-job.
Forget Opel. Try another car.
It is a average small car, with not much interesting things to say about it.
I am very disappointed with Opel service. I already owned a Nissan, a Volvo and a Toyota. All those cars were great (especially the Volvo) and so were the dealers. I thought that Opel would be just like it... but I was wrong.
And remember... if you want to buy a Corsa, check if you live near a train station first...!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 2nd November, 2001