Corsa E

Polyurethane bushings for Opel Corsa E

Corsa E

The Corsa E made its debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The interior remained unchanged, as did the 285-liter suitcase, but the interior was brand new. All exterior sheets (except the roof) have been revised, but the basic chassis and body structure, the glass, as well as some smaller parts, such as rear-view mirrors and turn signal repeaters...

The Corsa E made its debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The interior remained unchanged, as did the 285-liter suitcase, but the interior was brand new. All exterior sheets (except the roof) have been revised, but the basic chassis and body structure, the glass, as well as some smaller parts, such as rear-view mirrors and turn signal repeaters, have been transferred from Corsa D.

STRONGFLEX bushings for Corsa E

STRONFLEX bushings are made in two variants: red and yellow . Hardness of the red ones is 80 Sha and they are meant to be a sportier replacement of OEM bushings . The yellow ones are 90 Sha and their priority is handling over comfort. They are ideal for use in motorsport, drift, and dedicated track cars. Despite this, some bushes are availible in yellow variant only. This usually happens when oem bushings are made of hardened rubber.

Powerflex bushings for Corsa E

Polyurethane bushings from PowerFlex are made in several colour and hardness variants. They are standardly made in 80 Sha hardness and are violet in colour. Engine bushings are a little bit softer. The black edition bushings are the hardest on our website - 95 Sha. Powerflex bushings for Corsa E along with STRONGFLEX bushings cover customer needs for 95% cars on our road.

Some of car descriptions are from www.wikipedia.org

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