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More for less on new Vauxhall Corsa

VAUXHALL has cut prices and added specification to many of its Corsa models for 2002 following an 8% rise in sales last year.

The Comfort range - which accounts for a third of all Corsa sales - now has air conditioning as standard and an improved radio, and a price decrease of £55.

At the cheap end, the Club is now fitted with a manual sunroof, bigger wheels and electric windows for no extra cost, and the 1.0-litre Expression is now £6,995 after a cut of £500.

Vauxhall has also reduced the price of the SXi 1.2 16v by £765 to £9,195, while bolting larger 15inch alloy wheels to the Elegance, as well as giving it an improved radio/CD player and fog lights.

The price rise for the extra equipment is £35 in the case of the 1.2-litre version.

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