What kind of car is the Opel Corsa?

The Opel Corsa is a supermini car engineered and produced by the German automobile manufacturer Opel since 1982. It has been sold under a variety of other brands (most notably Vauxhall, Chevrolet, and Holden) and also spawned various derivatives in different markets.

Which is the first country to get the Chevrolet Corsa?

In September 2006, Chile became the first country outside China to receive the Chinese assembled Sail; it is called the Chevrolet Corsa Plus there, available as a four-door saloon with a 1.6 L 92 PS (68 kW) engine.

Where did the Opel Corsa saloon come from?

The saloons were intended to appeal to customers of the Opel Kadett C and its sister the Vauxhall Chevette who still desired a traditional 3-box sedan shape – but it did not sell particularly well in most of Europe but were popular in Spain and Portugal, among other markets.

When did the Vauxhall Corsa B come out?

Corsa B (1993–2000) In April 1993, the Corsa B was unveiled, and in the United Kingdom, Vauxhall dropped the Nova name, with the car from now; being known as the Corsa. In May 1994, it was launched by Holden in Australia, as the Barina, replacing a version of the Suzuki Swift sold under that name.

Where can I find a classic Chevrolet Corsa?

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What kind of engine does a Corsa GSi have?

The 1.6 L version was also exported for use in the Brazilian Corsa GSi. Updated version introduced from 2000, with lighter cast-iron cylinder block and camshaft driven by toothed belt. Features EGR valve and electronic throttle for reduced emissions.