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Vauxhall Corsa-e interior, tech and comfort

2020 onwards (change model)
Comfort rating: 3.5 out of 53.5

Written by Keith Adams Published: 22 December 2022 Updated: 17 November 2023

  • Nearly identical to petrol and diesel Vauxhall Corsa
  • Two trim levels on offer
  • Read full Vauxhall Corsa review for more info 

Infotainment and tech

As with the petrol and diesel powered Corsas, the electric version comes with a 7.0-inch multimedia touchscreen, with an optional 10.0-inch Multimedia Navi Pro available at additional cost.

The latter features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, along with a wireless smartphone charging pad in the centre console. Once on the move, the built-in sat-nav also shows which charge points are within range if you need to plan an unscheduled stop along the way.

You have a choice of two trim levels. The most basic SE Nav models feature 16-inch alloy wheels, non-adaptive LED headlights and LED taillights, while flagship Elite Nav variants gain 17-inch alloy wheels and full LED matrix headlights, fitted with a new light-sensing camera for better reaction times towards approaching traffic.


  • Slightly firm ride
  • Otherwise comfortable
  • Body roll well controlled

The ride isn’t bad, despite the added weight of the battery pack and the stiffer suspension required to control it. Body control is good, though, which contrasts with the initial softness (verging on galumphing) Peugeot e-208. On broken UK roads, the little electric Vauxhall can feel a bit too firmly sprung, but not painfully so.

With eco Michelin 17-inch tyres, a series of regular small bumps sets up a corresponding rhythmic clatter at the rear end, but that’s the worst of it. For the most part, its a refined and composed companion.

Vauxhall Corsa-e (2020) handling