Vauxhall Corsavan Sports Up With New Limited Edition

The new Vauxhall Corsavan Limited Edition Nav wants to be a VXR, but it’s far from it.

In fact, its mods are all show and no go, because this version of the supermini packs some black graphic styling, carbon flash grille bar, and 16-inch alloy wheels.

Additionally, it also marks the debut of the Persian Blue exterior color, which is exclusive to it, but customers can also go for the full range of finishes, except for the Royal Blue and Metallic Black.

Besides its special exterior touches, the Vauxhall Corsavan Limited Edition Nav also gets the Navi 4.0 IntelliLink connectivity at no extra cost, with a 7-inch color touchscreen, RDS with Traffic Program, Eco Routing, DAB digital radio, and satellite navigation with the European maps.

Additionally, the unit is also compatible with smartphone integration, via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and it also supports USB connection, Bluetooth connectivity, and A2DP audio streaming.

Vauxhall says the new Corsavan Limited Edition Nav can already be ordered across the United Kingdom, but doesn’t provide any pricing details. However, expect it to be more expensive than the usual models, which retail from £12,708 ($17,017).


  • Bash

    That actually answers a question that no one asked.
    How would a van that is also a two seater small hatch look like?

    • Benjamin B.

      Sort of the Euro version of the Chevy HHR SS panel van. I still think these look pretty good.

    • Benjamin B.

      Ford in Europe offers ST Line variants of most its lineup in Europe including the Fiesta van and Kuga (Escape). I believe these vehicles have different shock absorbers, slightly lower suspension, larger wheels, and some styling bits. Sadly Ford doesn’t offer the ST Line in the USA.

      • Bash

        I didn’t know, Thanks for the info.

    • Pedro Batista Corrêa Gomes

      I’ve been thinking about this… What is the point of a car like this? Go figure…