2019 Vauxhall Corsa – what we know so far
Vauxhall's big-selling small hatchback is getting a fresh look, a new range of engines and even an all-electric model...
Even before Vauxhall was bought by PSA, the new Corsa was destined to be a revolutionary product with a bold look. That's because, as the brand's biggest-selling model, it will set the tone for a new generation of cars. The design will also mark a visual upmarket shift for the Corsa.
Interestingly, and in a move echoed by other recent car launches, there will be no three-door version, owing to slow sales of such models in recent years.
Although nothing is official at this stage, prices for the Corsa are expected to rise beyond the £13,575 starting price for today's five-door model, reflecting both the new technology in the car and its more premium positioning. It will, however, undercut the Peugeot 208, which currently starts from £14,315. A price tag of around £14,000 is therefore likely – and, at that price, the Corsa will also undercut the five-door Fiesta.
If you like the look of the new Corsa, you'll be pleased to hear that it's expected to become a standard feature across a whole range of Vauxhall products. And it extends inside, too, where a new glass fascia is expected to be standard fit.
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