All-new Vauxhall Corsa available to order now
5 Aug 2019
Fans of the Vauxhall Corsa who have been eagerly awaiting new car deals on the all-new fifth generation model will be on tenterhooks no longer.
It has been revealed that the popular model is available to order now from £15,550 on the road, with showroom deliveries starting from January 2020.
The overhaul of the Corsa was revealed in June, with Vauxhall unveiling a number of highlights sure to appeal to those who have enjoyed the car's previous incarnations.
To start with, every engine variant of the new model will emit less carbon dioxide than even the most efficient versions currently available, resulting in far better fuel consumption.
On the entry-level SE trim, buyers will find 16-inch double spoke alloy wheels and a seven-inch touchscreen radio inside, along with a leather flat-bottom steering wheel for a refined touch.
There are also numerous driving assistance features, including front collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic braking, intelligent speed control, lane keep assist and traffic sign recognition, all of which are designed to make the Corsa safer than ever before.
Thanks to some clever design and engineering, this new model is up to 108kg lighter than its predecessors, so drivers may notice an improvement on the already stellar handling and overall driving experience.
Another key feature is the fifth-generation Corsa being the first car in its class to boast adaptive, glare-free LED headlights that were previously seen on the Astra and Insignia and are usually restricted to premium vehicles only.
As well as the SE, other trim levels available will be the Sri, the Elite Nav and the Ultimate Nav, all of which get progressively fancier for those who don't mind spending a little more money in exchange for some excellent add-ons.
The previous release date had been anticipated as being next April, so this news is sure to delight Corsa fans everywhere.
In May, Vauxhall also unveiled its first ever all-electric Corsa, the Corsa-e, as part of its mission to drive down emissions across its range.