2023 Opel Corsa Lite

2023 Opel Corsa Lite

Opel has revived the Corsa Lite moniker, a name synonymous with affordable motoring in South Africa.


CORSA LITE LIVES AGAIN

The Opel Corsa has a long and storied past in South Africa. It was introduced to the country in 1995 and quickly became popular with buyers thanks to its blend of affordability, practicality, and style. Over the next decade, the Corsa Lite, a continuation model, gave budget-conscious buyers an intro to buying a “new” car.

The 2023 Opel Corsa Lite is set to be an excellent choice for the same valueconcious consumer in South Africa. This vehicle is designed to be affordable, while also providing drivers with everything they need to enjoy a comfortable and convenient driving experience. The car has a sleek and modern exterior that should blend in with its contemporaries, and an interior designed to be comfortable and functional.


2023 Opel Corsa Lite

One of the key features of the 2023 Opel Corsa Lite is its fuel efficiency. It uses the same 1,2-litre turbopetrol three-cylinder motor that does service in the regular Corsa, producing 75 kW and 205 N.m of torque. This makes the Corsa Lite an excellent choice for drivers who are looking to save money on fuel costs without sacrificing performance or style. When tested in 2021, a regular Corsa with this engine fitted recorded a 7,6 L/100 kmaverage fuel consumption over our 100-km fuel route.

In addition to its fuel efficiency, the 2023 Opel Corsa Lite is also packed with a range of features that are designed to improve safety and convenience for drivers, such as tyre pressure monitors, and active lane keep assist, as well as a seven-inch touchscreen radio and front electric windows. All these features are aimed at making the Corsa Lite a more enjoyable and practical vehicle to own and drive.

For peace of mind, the Corsa Lite comes with a standard five-year/120 000 km warranty and a three-year/45 000 km service plan, while pricing comes in at R349 900.

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