- One of the best-selling CDVs
- Possibility of 1-litre petrol
- Expected springtime next year
Vauxhall has confirmed it will be launching an all-new Corsavan for 2015, with a completely new design and the possibility of a new 1-litre petrol engine. The car derived van is one of the best-selling small vans on the market since its introduction in 1994, and is popular among fleet and retail customers alike.
The 1.3CDTi is likely to remain, and keep its 74 and 94bhp outputs, but we suspect Vauxhall may intoduce a 1-litre petrol unit as Ford has done with its Courier.
Vauxhall hasn’t yet confirmed when the new Corsavan will be arriving in dealerships, but we'd wager it'll appear before the end of April. Likewise prices are yet to be announced, though as those on the Corsa supermini haven't changed the van will likely follow suit.