IMO its nothing like silver lightning, that's more "blue" this is just like an ordinary grey colour, bordering on anthracite, but not as dark as asteroid grey,LeachiE said:Very nice! I've been wanting to see this colour in daylight for a while! Having not seen one in person, I am not sure if it's too like the 'silver lightning' colour on the 58 plate D that I had.
Nice extras - agree with you about the boot liner, although I got mine of ebay as a bargain - genuine £10 delievered :lol:hendry said:UPDATE!!!:
Well the car finally got some presents to add a wee personal touch to it all thanks to Vauxhalls £150 goodwill voucher
So I ordered the genuine aluminium effect sill plates, the chrome effect exhaust tail pipe extension (ala VX-Line/LE exhaust, the only difference between theirs and SRi exhaust systems) and the rubber/plastic tailored cargo liner tray, as there wasn't much else Vauxhall accessory wise I wanted. It came to £165 all told but I got a 10% discount car for servicing, repairs, tyres parts and accessories from the dealer I bought the car from, so £148 all in. Not sure what the dealers price on the parts was but Vauxhall Accessories site lists the exhaust trim at £47.46 the sill plates at £49.98 and the cargo liner at £67.79, the cargo liner is nice and a perfect fit with a lip to stop stuff getting on the boot carpet but its not nearly £68 worth imo and I wouldn't have paid that much or bought it if it was my own money, the others well worth it.
Anyway, pictures!: (please excuse the poor quality, they were taken in a rush on my phone)
Thanks.mud4fun said:Looks fab Hendry!
Boot liner is a good idea. We put some logs in Dafny boot and the bits have stuck in the carpet and no amount of hoovering has got them all out. Now has a woodchip effect floor - liner is now on list of things to buy!
They are more for a "styling" point of view, than for actually protecting anything, just so the car doesn't look "bare" with the spoiler fitted at the back but no front, rear or side skirts to balance it out at the bottom.LimeyUK said:I wouldn't recommend the Official Corsa E flaps, the rear ones are almost pointless - they are pathetically small, and really I can't see how they stop anything from flicking up!
Not looked for other flaps though, but I suggest you look for a different kind other than the solid VX Corsa E ones.