New Vauxhall Corsa specs and prices announced
02 August 2019
Author: Sean Keywood
Vauxhall has confirmed specs and prices for the petrol and diesel versions of its new fifth-generation Corsa supermini.
Orders are open now, two months after the new battery-electric Corsa became available to reserve.
Four equipment grades are on offer - SE, SRi, Elite Nav and Ultimate Nav.
Standard equipment with the SE grade includes a 7in touchscreen radio, a leather flat bottom steering wheel, LED headlights and LED daytime running lights.
The SRi grade adds equipment including LED fog lights, electric tinted rear windows, rear parking sensors, a black roof, and a range of sporty features including alloy pedals, chrome-tipped exhaust, an exterior line styling pack and a sport mode.
Standard equipment with the Elite Nav grade includes sat-nav, electric folding door mirrors, a panoramic rear-view camera, parking sensors both front and rear, a sight and light pack, and a winter pack.
Extra equipment with the range-topping Ultimate Nav grade includes 17in alloy wheels (up from 16in for the rest of the range), a 10in touchscreen sat-nav, leather seats with a massage function for the driver, LED matrix headlights, a radar pack, keyless entry and start, electronic climate control and an electric parking brake.
As previously announced, engine options are 1.2-litre petrols with 75hp and 100hp, and a 1.5-litre diesel with 102hp.
The 75hp petrol engine comes with a five-speed manual gearbox, the diesel engine with a six-speed manual, and the 100hp petrol with a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic.
Prices start at £15,550 for a 75hp petrol SE, and rise as high as £25,990 for a 100hp petrol Ultimate Nav automatic.
The new Corsa will arrive in showrooms in January 2020.