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Vauxhall Corsa Black Edition

Vauxhall's new limited edition 'Black Edition' Corsa adds a new engine to the range, a 1.4 Turbo Start/Stop unit, making it one of the most powerful Corsas on the market.

The new engine produces 120PS and maximum torque of 175Nm starting at 1,750rpm. It can go from 0-60mph in 9.7 seconds, en route to a top speed of 121mph. Fuel consumption is 51.4mpg, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 129g/km.

Initially available in a limited production run of 500 units in both 3- and 5-door body styles, the Black Edition is based on the Corsa Limited Edition and along with the 120PS engine gains a black logo bar and new 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.

A raft of styling features have been added, including body-coloured front lower spoiler, side sills, rear lower skirt and rear spoiler. Front fog lights, dark style headlights and tail lights and dark tinted rear- and rearside windows complete the look.

Inside, sports seats, a leather-covered steering wheel, sports pedals, silver interior seat stitching and matt chrome air vent surrounds set the Black Edition apart from all other Corsas.

A broad range of innovative extras can also be specified by customers, such as the Touch and Connect infotainment system, climate control and adaptive forward lighting.

The Corsa Black Edition is on sale now priced at £15,995 for the 3-door and £16,425 for the 5-door model.

Posted on 22.06.2012
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