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1.6 Sport 5dr R 224,400.00
It’s evident from the colours and the ‘all show, no go’ ethic.
Rouxenator, let me just forewarn you that the new Opel Corsa is not one of the Opels of old. I had countless issues (quality related and mechanical) with my Corsa OPC culminating in me selling it last month and replacing it with an Audi...something I thought I'd never do, but glad I did.
Personally if I were in your shoes I'd steer clear of both options and get yourself Hyundai i20 1.6. More features than either the Corsa or Polo, 96kw on tap and one hell of a warranty/service plan. Very impressive for the price!
There are many many problems that 90% of Corsa OPC owners have experienced or will experience in their first year of owning the vehicle incl. a blown aircon pipe and/or compressor, clutch return spring failure, door catch failure, window regulator replacement, wheel bearing failure, squealing brakes, leaking radiator, erratic idling, splitting leather seats, various interior body panel rattles, gearbox failure (less common)...etc91kW actually (Hyundai i20).
I think you might have gotten a rotten egg tho Iwojima, the Corsa OPC is supposedly one of Opel's most reliable cars, a fact they kept touting by doing things like running the Nuremberg ring for 24 hours without fault and all that load. Haven't really heard others have problems, then again I haven't owned one either (a bit above my pay grade).