- Five-door shell boosts access
- Low and wide shape should provide a lot of passenger space
- Head and legroom decent for adults
The Vauxhall Corsa is unlikely to be pressed into service ferrying four adults round with any regularity, but that doesn’t mean it’s cramped in the back. A six-foot adult can squeeze behind a similar driver without too much compromise, though fitting three adults abreast will likely be a struggle for all but the very shortest journeys.
There are two Isofix points in the rear for easy mounting of child seats, and they’re hidden away when not in use by slightly fiddly zip-up flaps.
As for boot space, the Corsa offers 309 litres. That’s about par for the course in this market segment – it’s slightly more than the 276 litres you get in a Ford Fiesta but nothing like the 355 litres a SEAT Ibiza offers.
There’s no crash test scores for the Vauxhall Corsa yet, but a five-star rating is likely in order to keep it in line with rivals like the new Renault Clio or the Ford Fiesta. A barrage of safety aids, including autonomous emergency braking, will be available, and Vauxhall’s also going to offer its clever Intellilux Matrix LED headlights – a real ‘big-car’ feature that should improve nighttime visibility. They look smart, too.
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