Corsa Introducing the Corsa Starting From POA



It has always been one of the UK’s best-selling cars, and the brand new Corsa builds on that formula to continue as a big hit for businesses and families.

Every generation of Corsa has been a great-looking car that’s also practical, and the latest new model builds on that, with a functional yet stylish five-door body. The easy-to-drive brand new Corsa also boasts an efficient engine range and comes very well-equipped as standard. There are plenty of trim levels to choose from, starting with the entry-level SE and finishing with the top-of-the-line Ultimate Nav.


The brand new Corsa sits low to the ground with an elegant chiselled front end and striking profile. It’s a car that works across many classes, and as you move up the range, features like LED headlights and a contrasting bi-tone roof are standard – things you’d normally expect on much larger and more expensive cars.


Powered by your choice from a 1.2 turbocharged petrol engine or a super-frugal 1.5 diesel, the brand new Corsa is a flexible performer and doesn’t cost a lot to run, with both engines offering great fuel economy. An 8-speed auto transmission is available to take the sting out of your everyday journeys, or a six-speed manual if you prefer to change gears yourself.


The boot is a practical and extremely useful size with 311-litres of load volume, and the rear seats split-fold 60:40 to accommodate longer items. There’s plenty of space for five adults and loading a child seat is easy thanks to the wide rear doors and integrated ISOFIX points.​

Living with it

The brand new Corsa is a small car with big car features. For example, SE Premium models have a heated steering wheel, heated front seats and rear parking sensors, all as standard equipment.

A 10” touchscreen replaces the standard 7” unit on Elite Nav Premium models, which also get an electric parking brake and keyless entry.

brand new corsa
brand new corsa
brand new corsa
brand new corsa

Safe driving

Any family car worth its salt needs to be safe, which is why the brand Corsa comes with plenty of protective technology. For instance, a pair of rear-positioned ISOFIX child-seat fixtures is featured as standard. And driver aids include Automatic Emergency City Braking, which autonomously applies braking pressure in order to prevent low-speed collisions.

Looks good The all-new Corsa is better looking than ever, thanks to a rakish profile that owes a lot to a subtly swept-back roofline. Baseline SE grades are fitted with 16-inch alloy wheels that sport an eye-catching four-twin-spoke design. Several colour-coded fixtures, including bumpers and door handles, provide the perfect complement to your exterior paint finish of choice. Meanwhile, a five-door body provides straightforward access to passenger compartments and a maximum-capacity 1,118-litre load bay.
Sounds good A six-speaker sound system is included as standard, featuring an AM/FM tuner and DAB radio – while AUX and USB inputs and Bluetooth provide plenty of connectivity options. All models come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay too, allowing you to mirror your smartphone via the car’s seven-inch colour touchscreen display.