2003 Vauxhall Corsa Club 1.0 from UK and Ireland
It's an OK car
Power steering keeps disappearing when it has been on full lock for a while.
Gear selector went.
The CD player went 2 times
However the cabin is dull and the seats are uncomfortable.
Apart from that is OK car for an Corsa and an 1.0 Be gettin an SXI or SRI for the next car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th March, 2005
27th Mar 2005, 10:14
It's true what you said about the 1.0 corsas.
30th Mar 2005, 12:22
I agree on the power steering fault going away after been on full lock either way, I was told this was at one point my tyre pressures that was causing the fault, and again I took it back to the dealership and found my p.a.s (power assisted steering) was faulty and was replaced under warranty, thank god, as I found out this unit costs £450.00 to replace.
8th Sep 2005, 16:28
I have a 2004 Corsa 1.7CDTI SRI, and after a year my back is that sore I've had to take time off work. Bad seats!!
4th Nov 2005, 08:49
On full lock the power steering goes heavy on purpose to protect the bearings in the system. However your dealer will be happy to change the column (or indeed any part) as he will receive an unquestioned refund from GM as long as it is under warranty.