Vauxhall Corsa (2014-present)

The latest Vauxhall Corsa is comfortable and stylish, with enough space for a family

Strengths & Weaknesses

Strengths 

Big boot and spacious interior
Well priced and equipped
Rides smoothly

Weaknesses 

Four-star Euro NCAP rating
Outclassed by newer rivals
Expensive options
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Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback Special EDS 1.4t [150] red edition 5dr

Total RRP £19,320

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There are some rivalries known the world over: Ali vs Frazier, Coke vs Pepsi, Senna vs Prost and, er, Fiesta vs Corsa.

Last year almost 200,000 drivers bought one or the other - accounting for one in every 14 cars sold in Britain - and the Ford Fiesta came out on top with 120,000 sales. That lead is growing, thanks to a new Fiesta that arrived in 2017. With more room, more quality and improved technology, the Ford is now a match for the Corsa in virtually every area.

Despite this, Vauxhall's supermini remains a fine choice, offering so much space, equipment and performance that some families will question whether they need another car. 

Five-door cars are more practical, making it far easier to get into the back, but if you’re rarely going to carry rear passengers, then the three-door might appeal because it’s curvier roof gives it a more attractive shape.

That curve does reduce rear headroom, which can make it uncomfortable for tall adults. In contrast, the five-door Corsa has enough headroom and legroom to keep two adults comfortable (three at a squeeze). The Corsa's dimensions, including 285 litres of boot space, are fairly average for a supermini.

The Corsa scores strongly in two areas that many supermini buyers value: it's cheap, thanks to regular large Vauxhall Corsa discounts, and is also one of the most comfortable small cars that you can get, soaking up bumps to give a smooth ride.

The wide range of versions mean that there's probaby one that suits you: Sting models are aimed at younger buyers, with sporty looks, low insurance and are priced cheaply - especially used cars; mid-range Corsas add plenty of equipment for a reasonable price; and the GSi and VXR models will appeal to performance entusiasts.

If you're looking at a used car from 2016 or before, then the Corsa is an excellent choice, with few obvious weaknesses. In the past year though, it has fallen behind the competition. Better even than the new Fiesta, is the Seat Ibiza: you won't find a supermini with a better combination of comfort, space, agility and value.

For excellence in particular areas, then both the previous-generation VW Polo and the latest one, have a quieter and more sophisticated interior. The Honda Jazz offers maximum interior space, while the Ibiza, Fiesta, Mazda 2 and Mini Hatchback are more agile in corners. It makes them more fun to drive but the Corsa isn't far off the pace in this respect.

The engines available in the Corsa range from cheap but slow, to economical and powerful and right up to the high-performance VXR hot hatchback.

The very cheapest models come with cruise control, electric front windows, heated windscreen and Bluetooth, to connect your phone wirelessly. Higher up the range, you can opt for cars that have Vauxhall’s OnStar system, which creates a mobile wi-fi hotspot and will track your car if stolen.

All but basic Corsas come with a touchscreen, which - since 2016 - has included Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so you can switch the display to operate in a similar way to your smartphone. You can control apps - including mapping ones - so there's no need for new car buyers to pay the £650 that Vauxhall wants for the optional sat-nav. 

The Corsa also lacks the latest safety equipment - particularly automatic emergency braking, where the car can slow itself down to avoid a crash. This affects the car’s safety score: it was awarded four stars out of five after crash tests by the independent Euro NCAP organisation. The Honda Jazz and Skoda Fabia have five.

 

Last Updated 

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Key facts 

Warranty: 
Three years/60,000 miles
Boot size: 
280-285 litres
Width:: 
1,736mm
Length: 
4,021mm
Height: 
1,479mm
Tax: 
£105 to £205 in first year (VXR is £800), £140 thereafter / Pre-April 2017 cars: £0 to £205

Best Vauxhall Corsa for... 

Vauxhall Corsa Design 1.3 CDTi (95PS) S/S ecoTEC
The most economical Corsa is this diesel. The Easytronic automatic gearbox has a better official fuel economy rating (83.1mpg) but in real-world conditions, you can expect around 55mpg, and the manual is marginally more economical - and nicer to drive.
Vauxhall Corsa 1.0T ecoTEC Design 5dr
There are a lot of Vauxhall Corsa trim levels but to cut through the confusion, but Design includes most of the essentials, except alloy wheels, which are optional extras. The 1-litre turbocharged petrol is economical but powerful.
Vauxhall Corsa 1.6T VXR 3dr
VXR is Vauxhall’s name for its high-performance models. The Corsa VXR is a fast, fun and eye-catching little hot-hatchback, guaranteed to put a grin on your face.
Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 SRi VX-Line 3dr Auto
The expensive SRi VX-Line version, the impractical three-door bodystyle, an inefficient automatic gearbox and a lacklustre 1.4-litre non-turbocharged engine combine to make this a difficult Corsa to recommend.

Vauxhall Corsa History 

  • July 2014 Current Corsa unveiled by Vauxhall
  • September 2014 70,000 Corsas recalled for potential steering column defect
  • December 2014 Car gets four-star Euro NCAP safety rating
  • November 2015 New Intellilink software added to all cars except Sting and Sting R, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • February 2015 6,300 Corsas recalled for separate potential steering problem
  • March 2015 Corsa VXR hot hatchback announced
  • March 2016 Corsa Red special edition with 1.4T engine announced. Since extended to Black and White special editions
  • 2017 EcoFLEX engines rebranded EcoTEC

Understanding Vauxhall Corsa car names 

  • Corsa
  • Engine
    1.3 CDTi 95PS
  • Efficiency measures
    S/S ecoTEC
  • Trim
    SRi
  • Gearbox
    Easytronic
  • Engine
    The Corsa's engine size is given in litres (here it's 1.3). In general, bigger engines are more powerful but that's not always the case, so the description of some cars also includes the horsepower, which can also be written as PS. Diesel engines are marked with the letters CDTi. Petrol models have the letters i or i Turbo - as the name suggests, these are turbocharged to boost power without too big an effect on fuel economy.
  • Efficiency measures
    Most Corsas have a stop-start system, which automatically switches the engines off when you're stopped - at traffic lights, for example - and then automatically restarts the engine when you move off. Most also have ecoTEC engines, which incorporate additional technology to boost fuel economy.
  • Trim
    The trim level indicates how much equipment coms as standard. Vauxhall doesn't make it easy: there are eleven different types of Corsa trim level.
  • Gearbox
    As well as a manual gearbox, the Corsa has two automatic gearbox options. One, simply described as Auto was designed from scratch as an automatic gearbox. The other is Easytronic. This is a manual gearbox that has been converted to change gear automatically. It delivers better fuel economy than a standard automatic but feels very jerky to drive.

Vauxhall Corsa Engines 

Petrol: 1.4i, 1.0i Turbo, 1.4i Turbo, 1.6i Turbo
Diesel: 1.3 CDTi

The entry-level engine is a basic 1.4-litre unit. It's the cheapest way to get behind the wheel of a Corsa but isn't very exciting to drive, especially in 75 horsepower (hp) form, where accelerating from 0-62mph takes a ponderous 15 seconds.

Unless you're looking for cheap insurance, with a Sting model, you're better-off with a diffferent petrol engine. Although smaller, the 1-litre engines are faster because they turbocharged for more power and good fuel economy.

Note that there are two types of automatic gearbox available in the Corsa: a regular automatic (offered only with the 89bhp 1.4-litre engine), which makes the car inefficient and a jerky ‘Easytronic’ automated manual transmission (which can be specified on the above-mentioned 1.4-litre petrol or the 94bhp 1.3-litre diesel). Neither has a lot to recommend it, so we’d recommend sticking with manual unless you absolutely have to have an automatic.

 

Fuel

Mpg

Bhp

0 - 62mph

top speed

1.4i

Petrol

60.1mpg

74bhp

15.5s

101mph

1.4i

Petrol

47.1mpg

89bhp

13.2s

109mph

1.0i Turbo

Petrol

67.3mpg

89bhp

11.9s

121mph

1.0i Turbo

Petrol

55.4mpg

113bhp

10.3s

112mph

1.4i Turbo

Petrol

55.4mpg

99bhp

11.0s

115 - 129mph

1.4i Turbo

Petrol

48.7mpg

148bhp

8.9s

129mph

1.6i Turbo

Petrol

37.7 - 38.7mpg

202bhp

6.8s

143mph

1.3 CDTi

Diesel

91.1mpg

74bhp

14.8s

102mph

1.3 CDTi

Diesel

76.3mpg

94bhp

11.9s

113mph

Vauxhall Corsa Trims 

Sting, Sting R, Design, Energy, Limited Edition, SE, SRi, SRi VX-Line, VXR

There are certainly cars with simpler line-ups than the Vauxhall Corsa. There are eight basic specification levels to choose from (listed above), plus the manufacturer from time to time offers colour-themed special editions.

Regardless of what Corsa you decide to buy, you’ll get a heated windscreen, Bluetooth and USB, to connect your phone, electric windows, cruise control and power-adjustable door mirrors.

The Sting model sports 16in alloy wheels, stripes on the bodywork (which may be a bit much for some buyers) and a leather steering wheel, while the Sting R adds sporty suspension, a fancier steering wheel, sports pedals and a chrome-effect exhaust pack. Both are only available in the three-door bodystyle and are aimed at young buyers on a limited budget.

The Corsa Design is a more sober affair, lacking the alloy wheels and sporty additions of the Sting cars. But it does have Vauxhall’s IntelliLink infotainment system with DAB digital radio, air-conditioning, foglights and a leather steering wheel – and these essentials plus a good-value price make it our pick of the range, especially in five-door form.

Moving up the range, the Energy has 16in alloy wheels and gadgets such as rain-sensitive wipers, automatic headlights, heated mirrors, a heated steering wheel and heated seats, while the slightly more expensive SE boasts Vauxhall’s OnStar ‘in-car concierge’ service, parking sensors, side bolsters for the front seats and 60:40 split-folding rear seats – important if you plan on carrying large or awkwardly shaped loads on a regular basis.

SRi and SRi VX-Line take the list price a little higher still, for which you get black (three-door) or silver (five-door) wheels, sports seats and sports pedals. The SRi VX Line ups the wheel size to 17 inches and adds sporty-looking additions to the exterior, plus sports suspension. At the top of the Corsa range sits the expensive Limited Edition, which also boasts 17in alloy wheels and a bodykit, as well as black trim pieces, sports suspension and sports seats.

The Vauxhall Corsa VXR hot hatchback gets its own distinctive bodykit, dual exhausts, bright xenon headlights, sports seats made by Recaro, a three-spoke leather steering wheel, special VXR dashboard dials and unique VXR badging and trim at various points throughout the interior.

Vauxhall Corsa Reliability and warranty 

The Vauxhall Corsa is more reliable than the model that it replaced - although that's not saying much, given its predecessor's lowly reputation. The current car has a mid-table reliability ranking of 85 out of 150 in the 2016 Auto Express Driver Power customer satisfaction survey.

The result is also similar in the vehicle reliability index, compiled by the aftermarket warranty firm Warrantywise. Based on real-life claims, Vauxhall is 24 out of 38 brands, ahead of Volkswagen, BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes.

In terms of warranty, the Corsa is in line with most of the competition in offering three years or 60,000 miles of cover (whichever comes first).

Used Vauxhall Corsa 

In common with several other Vauxhalls, the Corsa suffers a steep drop in value in the first year of ownership, with even the desirable VXR hot hatchback shedding around a quarter of its new list price. Vauxhalls are popular with company-car drivers and rental firms, so you could save even more if you don't mind choosing a relatively new, yet fairly high-mileage Corsa that may be close to exceeding its 60,000-mile warranty limit.

The complicated series of trim levels and lengthy options available mean that it's simpler to simply check the specification of a vehicle that you like, rather than having to learn exactly what differentiates an SRi from an SRi VX-Line.

One option that complicates matters is Vauxhall's OnStar service, which many buyers regard as a nice-to-have gadget rather than an essential. It was only fitted to Corsas from November 2015 and comes with a one-year subscription. If you want to continue benefitting from its features, which include a WiFi hotspot, use of a call centre that can program your sat-nav to direct you to any destination, and tracking if your car is stolen, then it will cost aropund £90 a year. 

Vauxhall Corsa Prices

Vauxhall Corsa Black Edition

1.4t [150] black edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 49.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,405

You could save up to: £5315

1.4t [150] black edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 48.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,945

You could save up to: £5375

Vauxhall Corsa Design

1.0t ecotec design 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,373

You could save up to: £1707

1.3 cdti design 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,219

You could save up to: £1681

1.3 cdti design 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,732

You could save up to: £1768

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 design 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 78.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,627

You could save up to: £1753

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 design 3dr easytronic

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 83.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £14,267

You could save up to: £1863

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 design 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 78.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,139

You could save up to: £1841

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 design 5dr easytronic

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 83.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £14,780

You could save up to: £1950

1.4 [75] design 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,398

You could save up to: £1367

1.4 [75] design 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,915

You could save up to: £1455

1.4 design 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,612

You could save up to: £1403

1.4 design 3dr auto

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £12,818

You could save up to: £1602

1.4 design 3dr easytronic

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 58.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £12,257

You could save up to: £1513

1.4 design 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,125

You could save up to: £1490

1.4 design 5dr auto

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £13,331

You could save up to: £1689

1.4 design 5dr easytronic

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 58.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £12,770

You could save up to: £1600

Vauxhall Corsa Elite

1.0t ecotec elite 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £15,278

You could save up to: £4167

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 elite 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 78.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £16,043

You could save up to: £4302

1.4 elite 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,031

You could save up to: £3949

1.4 elite 5dr auto

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £15,236

You could save up to: £4149

1.4t [100] elite 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,590

You could save up to: £4045

Vauxhall Corsa Energy

1.0t 115 energy 3dr [ac]

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 58.9mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £10,932

You could save up to: £4933

1.0t 115 energy 5dr [ac]

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 57.6mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,437

You could save up to: £5028

1.3 cdti energy 3dr [ac]

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,265

You could save up to: £5000

1.3 cdti energy 5dr [ac]

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,770

You could save up to: £5095

1.4 [75] energy 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,225

You could save up to: £4610

1.4 [75] energy 3dr [ac]

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,477

You could save up to: £4658

1.4 [75] energy 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,729

You could save up to: £4706

1.4 [75] energy 5dr [ac]

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,982

You could save up to: £4753

1.4 energy 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,431

You could save up to: £4649

1.4 energy 3dr [ac]

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,683

You could save up to: £4697

1.4 energy 3dr [ac] auto

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £10,871

You could save up to: £4914

1.4 energy 3dr [ac] easytronic

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 60.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £10,298

You could save up to: £4817

1.4 energy 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £9,935

You could save up to: £4745

1.4 energy 5dr [ac]

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £10,188

You could save up to: £4792

1.4 energy 5dr [ac] auto

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £11,376

You could save up to: £5009

1.4 energy 5dr [ac] easytronic

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 60.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £10,803

You could save up to: £4912

1.4t [100] energy 3dr [ac]

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £10,234

You could save up to: £4801

1.4t [100] energy 5dr [ac]

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £10,739

You could save up to: £4896

Vauxhall Corsa Limited Edition

1.0t 115 limited edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 57.6mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,732

You could save up to: £5198

1.0t 115 limited edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 56.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,236

You could save up to: £5294

1.4 [75] limited edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,277

You could save up to: £4923

1.4 [75] limited edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,781

You could save up to: £5019

1.4 limited edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,483

You could save up to: £4962

1.4 limited edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,987

You could save up to: £5058

1.4t [100] limited edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,034

You could save up to: £5066

1.4t [100] limited edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 53.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,538

You could save up to: £5162

Vauxhall Corsa Red Edition

1.4t [150] red edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 49.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,405

You could save up to: £5315

1.4t [150] red edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 48.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,945

You could save up to: £5375

Vauxhall Corsa SE

1.0t ecotec se 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,198

You could save up to: £1847

1.0t ecotec se 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,710

You could save up to: £1935

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 se 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 80.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,964

You could save up to: £1981

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 se 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 80.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £15,476

You could save up to: £2069

1.3 cdti se 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £15,069

You could save up to: £1996

1.4 [75] se 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,740

You could save up to: £1595

1.4 [75] se 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,252

You could save up to: £1683

1.4 se 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,949

You could save up to: £1631

1.4 se 3dr auto

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £14,155

You could save up to: £1830

1.4 se 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,462

You could save up to: £1718

1.4 se 5dr auto

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £14,668

You could save up to: £1917

1.4t [100] se 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,509

You could save up to: £1726

1.4t [100] se 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,021

You could save up to: £1814

Vauxhall Corsa SRi

1.0t ecotec sri 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,400

You could save up to: £1750

1.0t ecotec sri 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,911

You could save up to: £1839

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 sri 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 80.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,164

You could save up to: £1886

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 sri 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 80.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,675

You could save up to: £1975

1.3 cdti sri 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,269

You could save up to: £1901

1.4 [75] sri 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £11,946

You could save up to: £1494

1.4 [75] sri 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,458

You could save up to: £1582

1.4 sri 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,155

You could save up to: £1530

1.4 sri 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,666

You could save up to: £1619

1.4 sri auto 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £13,358

You could save up to: £1732

1.4 sri auto 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £13,869

You could save up to: £1821

1.4t [100] sri 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,713

You could save up to: £1627

1.4t [100] sri 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,224

You could save up to: £1716

Vauxhall Corsa SRi Vx-line

1.0t 115 sri vx-line 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 57.6mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,302

You could save up to: £1903

1.0t 115 sri vx-line 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 56.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,813

You could save up to: £1992

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 sri vx-line 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 78.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £15,046

You could save up to: £2039

1.3 cdti ecotec d 95 sri vx-line 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 78.5mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £15,557

You could save up to: £2128

1.3 cdti sri vx-line 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 72.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £15,151

You could save up to: £2054

1.4 [75] sri vx-line 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £12,828

You could save up to: £1647

1.4 [75] sri vx-line 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,339

You could save up to: £1736

1.4 sri vx-line 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,037

You could save up to: £1683

1.4 sri vx-line 3dr auto

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £14,240

You could save up to: £1885

1.4 sri vx-line 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,548

You could save up to: £1772

1.4 sri vx-line 5dr auto

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £14,751

You could save up to: £1974

1.4t [100] sri vx-line 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,595

You could save up to: £1780

1.4t [100] sri vx-line 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 53.3mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £14,106

You could save up to: £1869

Vauxhall Corsa Sting

1.4 [75] sting 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £10,686

You could save up to: £359

1.4 sting 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £10,913

You could save up to: £377

Vauxhall Corsa White Edition

1.4t [150] white edition 3dr

  • Doors 3
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 49.6mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,405

You could save up to: £5315

1.4t [150] white edition 5dr

  • Doors 5
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 48.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £13,945

You could save up to: £5375