2020 Vauxhall Corsa priced from £15,550

Published 02 August 2019

Orders are now open for the new Vauxhall Corsa, with prices starting at £15,550 and deliveries from January 2020.

That puts it in-line with mainstream rivals such as the SEAT Ibiza (£15,620), Ford Fiesta (£15,995) and Volkswagen Polo (£15,735), but makes it pricier than budget alternatives such as the Hyundai i20 and Skoda Fabia - both priced from around £14,000.

>> Electric Vauxhall Corsa-e priced from £26,490

You do get lots of kit as standard with the Corsa, though, with even entry-level SE models featuring LED headlights, 16-inch alloy wheels and a seven-inch touchscreen radio.

The cheapest Corsa is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine combined with a five-speed manual gearbox, while the 1.5-litre diesel starts at £17,560.

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SRi models costs from £18,700 and add a number of style upgrades including a black roof, exterior style pack and tinted rear windows. There's also an alarm, rear parking sensors and a sport mode.

The Elite Nav begins at £18,990 and features front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera and navigation.

Topping the range is the Ultimate model which costs £25,990 and comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, a 10-inch navigation system, leather seats with massage function and electronic climate control.

The engine line-up is made up of two petrol units - an entry-level 1.2-litre with 75PS and a turbocharged 1.2 with 102PS. The 1.5-litre diesel produces 102PS, while an electric Corsa - badged the e-Corsa - will also be available.


gavsmit    on 4 August 2019


It wasn't that long ago that kind of money would get you a much bigger car.

Greedy manufacturers have completely lost the plot regarding pricing. I'll never buy a new car again - not because I can't afford to, but because I resent paying so much for so little.

Maybe they are "making hay whilst the sun shines" whilst using things like BREXIT as an excuse, before we're all forced to drive around in the same automated electric boxes.

Don1988    on 5 August 2019

Well you can get Astras pretty cheaply on Motorpoint if you're prepared to wait 6 months to a year and I've no doubt this overpriced supermini will join them

Malcolm Lewis-Jones    on 6 August 2019

As with all Vauxhalls and Fords etc., list price is for the naive.
Discounts are always available, do your research and bargain hard.
It's a Peugeot anyway.

Husbandofstinky    on 6 August 2019

Sorry but discounts or not, when prices start at £11,735 OTR for the current Corsa, that is an insane increase.

A 32% increase over the previous model?

Even the best private buyer/haggler would never come close to that in discount.

Miniman777    on 7 August 2019

Makes no difference if it's a lease/company car. The P11D value will always be higher.

Agave House    on 6 August 2019

The list price of a new car nowadays is a complete joke you want to get yourself nice old Honda or Nissan from about 2005 just make sure it's Euro 4 compliant petrol of course..

Roy Fuller    on 7 August 2019

List prices are a joke. Who in their right mind is going to pay over £15k for a supermini? At these prices we will all be keeping our cars a lot longer. That should be good news for independent garages, as main dealers aren't going to be interested in servicing a ten year old corsa.

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