2019 Vauxhall Corsa
The 5th-generation 2019 Vauxhall Corsa unveiled by Vauxhall Corsa at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This car is said to have higher aerodynamics and lower weight than before, which is a good base for fuel economy, ride quality and handling. The Vauxhall Corsa base price range starts at £ 15,550 for the 74bhp SE model, which lowers the entry-level of the Ford Fiesta by about $500. Available for pre-order now, you’ll start seeing 2020 Corsa stores from January.
2019 Vauxhall Corsa Features
The 2019 Corsa SE model is the entry point of the Corsa-up line but it still comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, a flat-bottomed leather steering wheel, LED headlights and lower screen lamps. In addition, there are the SRi, with bright looks, dark roofs, and shiny windows, fog LED lights, rear electric windows, sports mode, rear parking sensors, alarms and LED lights.
As the name implies, the £ 18,990 Elite Nav adds a sat nav to the 7-inch screen, alongside a host of additional features including door lock, sliding camera, front parking sensors, Vauxhall’s Winter Pack and available light. Ultimate Nav is loaded with very small car equipment, including a 10-inch screen with sat-nav, leather folding chairs, USB Matrix lamps, and keyless entry. Vauxhall often adds mini trim levels to its range and the Corsa is unique. SE and SRi are available as SE Nav and SRi Nav, and all but Ultimate are available as Premium variants. We expect this to include leather upholstery and other extras.
2019 Vauxhall Corsa Design
The new 2019 Corsa features a great change of style compared to the current model, with a wider frame and simpler design similar to the one seen on the recently introduced Vauxhall SUVs. The variations in gasoline and diesel are remarkably similar to the electric model Corsa-e, which has standard sports car models. Inside, the new Corsa features the same wardrobe of its electric wing, with the choice of a 4-inch screen or 10-inch infotainment.
All gas-free models are built in the Peugeot-Citroen Common Modular Platform (CMP), shared with Peugeot 208. Vauxhall says the new Corsa will be better to drive and goes well thanks to the new aluminum engine, its lightweight and re-engineered shell. With a brand new design, the upcoming Corsa is bigger than ever, with a longer wheelbase. This increase in size gives it a good boot and extra center space. The new Corsa is expected to be sold in the form of only five departments.
2019 Vauxhall Corsa Engine
The new Vauxhall Corsa 2019 will be available with two new petrol engines and a new diesel engine since launch, with the remaining Corsa-e announced. The 1,2-liter four-cylinder engine produces 74bhp and comes with a five-speed gearbox. Next in the range is a powerful 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that produces 99bhp with the help of a turbocharger. This engine is also shared with the Peugeot and Citroen models and can be explained with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed gearbox. One diesel option for high-speed drivers is the 101bhp version of the PSA’s three-liter 1.5-liter BlueHDI engine, and can only be specified with a manual gearbox.
2019 Vauxhall Corsa Safety
Despite various safety features, Vauxhall Corsa received four out of five stars in its Euro NCAP risk assessment. The center provided Corsa 79% for adult protection and 77% for child protection. That’s another option after 87% and 84% installed by the Ford Fiesta. Corsa includes safety equipment such as color warning, auto-sink lights, six airbags, traffic alert, and a rearview camera. Automatic emergency grip, which reduces the 2019 Vauxhall Corsa probability and difficulty of the shunt, is classified as normal.