Vauxhall Corsa cars for sale

Red 2019 Vauxhall Corsa front three-quarter

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Vauxhall Corsa (2020) front view

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Frequently asked questions about the Vauxhall Corsa

  • What is the Vauxhall Corsa?
  • The Vauxhall Corsa, now in its fifth generation, is a compact five-door hatchback that rivals cars such as the Ford Fiesta, Renault Clio and Skoda Fabia. Vauxhall’s latest Corsa is an all-new car and shares its platform with the second-generation Peugeot 208. Aside from a range of new features and an efficient engine-line up, the ever-popular hatch is also available as a pure electric vehicle for the first time, badged Corsa-e.
  • Which versions are are available?
  • The Corsa is offered with a choice of petrol, diesel or electric powertrains. Three engines are offered in conventional versions of the Corsa: a 75hp 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol, a turbocharged 100hp 1.2-litre petrol and a 102hp 1.5-litre diesel, also with a turbo. In entry-level 75hp form, the Corsa comes with a five-speed manual gearbox.

    The more powerful petrol and diesel come with a six-speed gearbox; an eight-speed automatic is also available for the 100hp petrol versions. The electric version, called the Corsa-e, packs 136hp and is the quickest of the new line-up ­– dispatching 0-60mph in 8.1 seconds. It has a claimed range of 205 miles, too, so few should have any qualms about needing to recharge too frequently. Only five-door models are offered this time around, but four distinct trim levels serve to inject a little more choice into the Corsa line-up: SE, SRi, Elite Nav and the flagship Ultimate Nav.

    The Corsa-e, however, is only offered in SE Nav and Elite Nav specifications. Technically, this is actually the sixth-generation model, known as Corsa F by aficionados ­– but, in the UK market, the first generation was sold as the Vauxhall Nova. As a result, this is the fifth generation of car to carry the Corsa nameplate on these shores.
  • What is the Vauxhall Corsa VXR?
  • The Corsa VXR, in the previous generation of Corsa, was a sporty and powerful version that was designed to rival hot hatches such as the Ford Fiesta ST. Currently, however, there’s no indication that a new VXR based on the fifth generation of Corsa will be produced – although rumours are circulating regarding a high-performance electric or hybrid version, badged VXR, which could arrive in a few years’ time.
  • What's under the skin?
  • The previous Vauxhall Corsa was just a significant update of a long-standing model and, despite the company’s efforts, it felt a dated and often sub-standard car. As a result, it struggled alongside more competent alternatives such as the SEAT Ibiza and Ford Fiesta. Vauxhall’s latest Corsa, however, is a very different beast.

    Overhauled interior and exterior aside, it uses a freshly designed platform that is shared with the recently launched second-generation Peugeot 208. Crucially, this new platform is significantly lighter and allows the Corsa to clock in at 980kg in base form. That, as a result, means the new car is up to 108kg lighter than its predecessor; aside from improving the handling, the Vauxhall’s reduced kerb weight will help boost its efficiency and performance.

    It’s even slightly larger than the old generation and offers more boot space with the rear seats up. A range of frugal engines are also offered and a selection of modern features, such as full-LED headlights, are available.
  • What's it like to drive?
  • Like its sister car, the Peugeot 208, the Corsa is a pleasant and comfortable small car which is good to drive, and is quite an improvement over the old one. Not that the outgoing one was that bad – one positive aspect of the previous Corsa was that it markedly improved during its transition to fourth-generation guise.

    For the most part, the ride quality was comfier and the steering sharper, with greater feedback. As an entry-level supermini it worked well. Where there was less success was with the zippier models with a Sports Chassis option that included larger alloy wheels.

    Here the Corsa was fidgety over small imperfections in the road and its stiffer nature made it less pleasant to drive at both lower and higher speeds. Hopefully, the fifth-generation Vauxhall will build on the improvements of its predecessor and – should quicker versions arrive ­– the ride will be a little more resolved.
  • How much does the Vauxhall Corsa cost?
  • Small hatchbacks should be relatively inexpensive, especially from a mainstream brand such as Vauxhall, but that’s often not the case with the Corsa. Whether comparing list prices or finance packages using PCH or PCP arrangements, the Corsa’s rivals typically undercut it, whichever price point you’re starting at.

    That said, at launch, the most basic Corsa was several hundred pounds less than the equivalent Ford Fiesta ­– but alternatives including the Suzuki Swift, Renault Clio and Hyundai i20 are available for far less. Even an entry-level Volkswagen Polo can be had for similar money. However, in the Corsa’s defence, even the entry-level SE comes with a substantial amount of equipment ­– which may go some way to justifying its premium.

At-a-glance Vauxhall Corsa specs

  • Top speed: 108-117mph
  • 0-60mph: 9.9-13.2 seconds
  • Fuel economy: 44.1-70.6mpg
  • Emissions: 85-99g/km of CO2
  • Boot space: 309 litres

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