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millsydt

Fiesta vs Corsa

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just wondering how a Fiesta 1.25 mk4,mk5 compares to a Corsa c 1.2 both got the same power (75hp) but which is faster acceleration and midrange

Millsy

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It depends on the valves and engine condition really mate.

But I would say in general unfortunately the corsa is slightly faster.

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well just comparing the 1.2 16v 75hp in both cars... both have same stats on parkers and both weight about the same i no the later twinsport ones are faster though i recon as they have 78bhp could be down to gearing though and torque

It depends on the valves and engine condition really mate.

But I would say in general unfortunately the corsa is slightly faster.

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The corsa generally is a faster car.

However for overall performance (i.e. Cornering etc) the fiesta nips it for me.

Also, regarding lovability and practicality I would opt for the Fiesta. Of cause its only my opinion, but the fiesta looks much nicer too!

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Personally i think the Corsa looks sportier in it's basic looks but i prefer the Fiesta in its MK5/new model guise as it has more room inside and looks 'classier'.

Leave the Corsa for the 'boy racers!'

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