You Can Buy The New Opel Corsa In The UK From £15,550

Vauxhall has announced pricing for the full range of new Corsa models in the United Kingdom.

Sold in other markets as an Opel, the new Corsa can be purchased in a host of different configurations, including in all-electric guise which we detailed at the start of June.

In the UK, the 2020 Vauxhall Cosra range starts with the entry-level SE model, fitted with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder with 74 hp and a five-speed manual transmission, starting at £15,550 ($18,826). Those looking for a little more oomph can opt for the SE model equipped with a 98 hp 1.2-liter that comes standard with a six-speed manual for £16,350 ($19,795) or an optional eight-speed automatic for £18,080 ($21,889).

Also Read: 2020 Opel / Vauxhall Corsa Fully Revealed In Official Photos

There are a remarkable 13 other Vauxhall Corsa SE models available with different powertrain configurations and navigation systems. Sitting above these models is the Corsa SRi trim level which includes 16-inch alloy wheels, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, leather flat-bottomed steering wheel, LED headlights, power rear windows, tinted rear windows, exterior line styling pack, rear parking sensors, chrome-tipped exhaust, and alloy sport pedals. The cheapest Corsa SRi available is fitted with a six-speed manual transmission and the aforementioned 98 hp 1.2-liter, priced from £18,700 ($22,640).

The new Corsa can also be configured in Elite Nav form which adds features like electric folding wing mirrors, an alarm, front parking sensors, panoramic rear view camera, and more. Topping out the range is the Ultimate Nav model with a 10-inch infotainment system, leather seats with a massage function, radar park, LED taillights, keyless entry and start, and an electric park brake and starts at £25,990 ($31,466).

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  • okay… And the rest of the world?

  • Wayne Alan Carr Heyes

    OMG that’s so expensive! What are they playing at !?!?!?
    The most expensive new 208 automatic in GT Line will only be 20k!

    • designer_dick

      Suddenly, the Volkswagen Polo looks like INCREDIBLE value for money, given that you can buy a 197bhp GTI Plus for almost £3,000 less than Vauxhall quotes for the 99bhp Corsa in Ultimate trim.

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    • mist

      Can you find a cheaper all-new equivalent?

      • designer_dick

        The price of the SE isn’t the issue, it’s the utterly ludicrous pricing further up the range. £25,990 for the Ultimate trim with the 99bhp version of the 1.2-litre petrol engine is utterly indefensible. Volkswagen will sell you a 197bhp Polo GTI Plus for £3,000 less, and Ford will sell you a Fiesta Vignale with 100bhp for £4,500 less.

  • R55

    When I was learning to drive, a new Corsa cost £8000 starting price, new.

    Now its £15,000.

    • mist

      And that new Corsa had no airbags, no driver safety assists, was slower, less powerful, drank more petrol, was polluting, was smaller and was as safe as a tin in case of a crash.

      • designer_dick

        Erm, the Corsa D cost from £8,740 for basic 1.0 Expression trim back in 2006, and I’m pretty sure it had at least two airbags, and a five-star safety rating for the time. With a power output of 64bhp, it really wasn’t that much less powerful either.

        • Loquacious Borborygmus

          What a grim way to learn to drive.

      • R55

        This was 10 years ago..

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      Old age is a b*£tard, isn’t it?

  • iddqd

    but what do you get for an entry-level 1-series compared to the top of the line Corsa, which are both FWD i might add..exactly.
    btw, Opel is making more money for PSA than BMW and Merc…just saying.

    • Dennis James

      With the 1-series you get an Astra competitor, it doesn’t have anything to do with the Corsa.

      • iddqd

        well, add discounts then, which, as everybody who lives in europe knows, happen to be much larger for Opel/Vauxhall…to compare the top of the line Corsa with an stripped to the bones-entry level 1-series doesn’t do Opel any’s still and will for a long time to come, be the more sensible buy as to value for money.

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      Opel should do, they are owned by PSA not BMW and Merc. 😉

  • Voiture

    It looks like a Ford Focus.

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