The Vauxhall Corsa is one of the UK’s most popular cars, a proven hit with both families and business users. This has a lot to do with its attractive appearance but also its practical nature – its five-door body, for instance. The easy-to-drive 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 all-new Corsa is unlike any Corsa before it. It sits low to the ground with a sharp, chiselled front end and elegant profile. It’s classless and as you move up the range, features like LED headlights and a contrasting bi-tone roof are standard.
Powered by your choice of a 1.2 turbocharged petrol engine or 1.5 diesel, the Corsa is a flexible performer and doesn’t cost a lot to run. An 8-speed auto transmission is available to take the sting out of your everyday journeys.
The boot is a useful size with 311-litres of load volume, and you can split-fold the rear seats 60-40 for longer items. There’s easily enough space for five adults and loading a child seat is easy thanks to the wide rear doors and ISOFIX points.
Even SE Premium models have a heated steering wheel, heated front seats and rear parking sensors. A 10” touchscreen replaces the standard 7” unit on Elite Nav Premium models, which also get an electric parking brake and keyless entry.
Any family car worth its salt needs to be safe, which is why the Vauxhall 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.