2015 Vauxhall Corsa

April 11th, 2015 · Comments Closed · Vauxhall

The all-new 2015 Vauxhall Corsa fourth generation supermini Vauxhall popular and one of the most significant cars brand has launched in recent years. The 2015 Vauxhall Corsa model of the most popular Vauxhall in the UK, the current third of the 2014 best-selling list of car, behind the Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta.

Vauxhall is hoping the 2015 Vauxhall Corsa can clinch the height of its arch rival the Fiesta, and the water of updates including the kit more, better engines and looks sharper. Great news to add an all-new 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine, which gives Vauxhall direct rival Ford Fiesta 1.0 liter EcoBoost. Available with either 89bhp or 113bhp, with a powerful version for the fastest Corsa yet. To hot hatch fans, a racy VXR model will arrive next year, which may begin to 200bhp.

Another tactic Vauxhall hire help to increase the appeal supermini is slashing prices. The new 2015 Vauxhall Corsa model starts at only £ 8,995, undercutting Fiesta by around £ 1,000, and a list of prices across the Corsa was reduced to £ 3,000 over the outgoing model.

The other good news is that the 2015 Vauxhall Corsa remains as practical as it once did, because of the general shape and was left untouched. The A, B and C pillars are identical to the previous model, it makes the Corsa look dramatically different about the style but as its open than ever, and into three passengers in the rear. The three-door is a stylish choice more, and five-door is very easy to access for rear-seat passengers.

2015 Vauxhall Corsa Styling

At a glance, you might easily mistake the new Corsa its predecessor, because the pillars of the same glass in the door as before. According to Vauxhall, for existing customers liked the look of the car last, although we are sure that retaining the same layout helps you save money. Instead, the brand has splashed the cash on a comprehensive reskin, and new bodywork, new lights nose inspired by the 2015 Vauxhall Adam. The front end nearest the ground, with low-set grille and LED running lights that are similar to the city car.

Sharp creases two have been added to the doors, and the rear window kicks up. Open the doors back, and you will see that the glass is identical to the old model, painted section covering the outer metal. However, it is good that was executed at the rate of cost-cutting, and you do not see it when we are sitting in the background. At the rear, the lights go tailgate, and new wheel designs added the finishing. All in all, the Corsa looks fresh and modern, although the casual observer might not notice that it’s brand new.

Getting on the inside, however, and the difference between the new table. The screen dashboard gains from Adam, which groups all the activities of the cabin together to stop the climate controls, and plastic trim across the dash adds a little style. Higher-Spec cars get extra silver in color, and gray-painted metallic finish for the dash that complements gloss black trim found in other places. Overall, the cabin looks good; as well built as always and plastics are of a decent quality.

2015 Vauxhall Corsa Driving

Vauxhall has reengineered the greater part of the 2015 Vauxhall Corsa’s running gear to ensure that competition and Fiesta when it comes to marriage driver. The basic platform outgoing Corsa has been carried over but is mounted on a new suspension setup which greatly improve the ride and gives better control the body.

Vauxhall has provided for us to review the suspension of the 2015 Vauxhall Corsaand give the UK a steering cars a unique set-up. This means that while you may feel a little nervous on the open, makes up for it answers fast twisty roads. Turn-in is quick and there are plenty of grip, and while body roll is, the Corsa feels stable and sure-footed. The suspension soaks up bumps well – it’s certainly less than harsh
a Ford Fiesta’s.

2015 Vauxhall Corsa Safety

The latest Corsa uses many parts from the old car, which bodes well be true. In some areas, the IntelliLink screen features Adam, Insignia and Ampera, so it should be trouble-free. Still, we did not notice our car and took some time to boot up once the engine was started, and controls the screen is not as crisply as those in the system the same Polo.

The 2015 Vauxhall Corsa has achieved a four-star Euro NCAP rating, but a lot of car safety kit. One is the highlight of the Technical Pack, which adds front collision warning and lane travel, among other features. It is a pricey £ 1,300 option, however. Other 2015 Vauxhall Corsa additions include the work of self-parking and tire pressure monitoring.

2015 Vauxhall Corsa VX

2015 Vauxhall Corsa VX