Vauxhall Corsa


Vauxhall Motors is a venerated UK company headquartered in Luton in Bedfordshire. It is owned by Germany's Opel, which is in turn owned by America's GM. So the people who make the ultimate decisions for the Corsa are the American executives at GM.

The Corsa is a very profitable car for the American owners in Detroit. It is popular among consumers around the world not only for the low price but also for being reliable and actually roomy inside for a small subcompact car.

While it is marketed under the Vauxhall brand in the United Kingdom, Corsa is not made in the UK. Since the early 1980s, it has been made at the Opel plants on the continent. It is currently manufactured at the Opel plants in Zaragoza, Spain, and Eisenach, Germany.

While Vauxhall Corsa's tyre pressure can be maintained manually, adopting the latest technology for monitoring and maintaining the tyre pressure for the Opel/Vauxhall Corsa, as well as for Astra and Zafira, will reduce tyre rolling friction.

That means less tyre tread will wear and less fuel will be used to propel the car forward. That in turn means less fuel will be burnt and less carbon dioxide will enter the air, as well as lower fuel and tire costs, less chance of tyre blow outs, and enhanced road safety.
No doubt the American owners want to keep the profits flowing, so please click here and let the Americans know that we want the Corsa, as well as the Astra, Zafira, Meriva and Insignia to be equipped with the latest tire pressure monitoring technology.


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