The Vauxhall Corsa is a popular and practical small car that’s a rival for the Ford Fiesta, Skoda Fabia and Volkswagen Polo. It seats five (although three in the back can be a squeeze), offers some of the lowest emissions in the supermini class and comes with some very competitive pricing.
This latest model differs little from the earlier versions of the Corsa, as buyers have always loved the little Vauxhall's blend of practicality, build quality and affordability, as well as its cheeky looks. You can read about the previous generation car by clicking here.
The Corsa has long been one of the best-selling cars in the UK, rarely falling out of the top ten, and it's still a compelling prospect. It now has styling that more echoes its funky little sibling, the Adam, and the engine range is as large as ever, with many of both the petrol and diesels offering strong fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. The cabin is well kitted and roomy, and it's decent to drive, too.
Read on over the next few pages to get our in depth impressions on the Corsa, along with our recommendations for which of the many different trim levels and engines we would choose.