Vauxhall Corsa gets top marks from Adi’s examiners

Vauxhall Corsa gets top marks from Adi’s examiners  
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Hatchbacks, Vauxhall
on 11/30/2008

Source: Vauxhall

The Vauxhall Corsa has been voted Britain’s Training Car of the Year for a fourth consecutive time, polling nearly half of all the votes cast by driving instructors and road safety professionals who read adiNEWS.

A total of 43.9 per cent of adiNEWS’s readers voted for the Corsa, with both instructors and pupils loving the Vauxhall’s handling, ease of use and comfort – all important factors when you’re either learning to drive or sitting as a passenger for hours on end.

Voters also showed greater concern for the environment than ever before, the Corsa’s 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX model receiving the lion’s share of votes, impressing instructors with its frugality and sub-120g/km C02 emissions.

And with driving schools keener than ever to drive down costs, the Corsa was also favourite for its low insurance, road tax and excellent maintenance support.

Andy Gilson, Vauxhall’s Marketing Director said: ‘We’re delighted that ADI has awarded Corsa Training Car of the Year for the fourth year running. This award is further proof of the Corsa’s ease of use for novice drivers, as well as being a cost-effective business car for driving instructors.’

adiNEWS has a UK circulation of 14,000 copies per month, and is one of the driving tuition industry’s leading publications.

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