New Vauxhall Corsa Revealed for 2015!

Vauxhall unveils the New Corsa ready for the 2015 release!

Vauxhall has unveiled the production line version of the new 2014 Corsa, ahead of its much-anticipated debut in showrooms across the UK early next year. What’s more, with a sub-£10,000 price tag, the Corsa is set to revolutionise the supermini market and provide a significant challenge to its competitors.

In terms of design, Vauxhall has really set the standard in the supermini class with the new Corsa. The Corsa’s eagle-eye headlights are finished in chrome, with daytime running lights as standard. Vauxhall offers a choice of fresh new colours for the body panels, and the chance to co-ordinate the interior with a seat trim. Vauxhall’s luxurious systems, like electronic climate control, a heated steering wheel and heated seats, will keep you comfortable. Meanwhile, many will love the infotainment and phone connectivity provision in the Corsa that puts the driver back in control.

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The new Corsa is also packed with Vauxhall’s latest engine technology. Combining performance, refinement and efficiency, alongside superb environmental credentials, the Vauxhall Corsa’s range of petrol and diesel engines offers something for everyone. From the 1.0i 12v ecoFLEX to the 1.4i 16v VVT Turbo petrol engine, from the 1.3-litre CDTi 16v to the 1.7-litre CDTi 16v diesel engine, there are many different options for power and efficiency. Depending on the drivetrain selected, the Corsa is mated with a five or six-speed manual, a four-speed automatic or a five-speed Easytronic gearbox.

With such excitement around this release, and the facts and figures to support it from Vauxhall, the new Corsa is set to be a popular car. As with any new vehicle, always make sure you try before you buy, and be sure to test drive the new Corsa at Baylis when it is available in early 2015.

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