Vauxhall’s best-selling car for many years has had a makeover, and as first deliveries of the all-new Corsa arrive in Beverley, local retailer Evans Halshaw is inviting the community to take a look at the fourth-generation model and latest edition to the Vauxhall line-up.
Offering drivers more for their money than any other previous generation of Corsa, the new model boasts an attractive price point from just £8,995 on-the-road and comes fully loaded with high spec as standard.
Whilst its near-identical length to the outgoing model and its enviable space utilisation have remained, almost every other element of its design and engineering has changed.
Proudly on display at the dealership on Swinemoor Lane is the new-look supermini, which has been treated to Brit Mark Adams’ sculptural design and comes with an all-new interior that has raised the class benchmark for driveability, comfort, connectivity and practically.
Aron Brown, Dealer Principal at Evans Halshaw, comments: “Loved by millions since it first came on the market in 1993, it’s no wonder the Vauxhall Corsa is one of the nation’s most popular cars. The fourth-generation model replaces one which – even in its final full year of production – achieved exceptional sales, thanks to a familiarity with its name and looks, and a fondness for its compact dimensions and interior packaging.
“List prices have been realigned and the range is simpler with fewer trims and models, but this certainly doesn’t mean compromises have been made; never before have we been able to offer so much specification as standard in this model.
“We are proud to be able to show off the new Corsa to staff and local motorists and invite all those looking for a new car, and indeed all those who are interested in exploring the latest model Vauxhall has launched, to visit our dealership. It offers great value for money and certainly gives drivers more for less.”
Almost every element of the Corsa’s generous cabin is completely new, including a completely re-designed instrument panel and dashboard – and greatly improved levels of functionality – highlighted by Vauxhall’s sophisticated innovative IntelliLink communications system.
Corsa is also available with state-of-the-art IntelliLink, which is fully customisable and designed with ease of use in mind. IntelliLink connectivity is available as standard on most models, operates through a seven-inch colour touchscreen and can be controlled via apps such as BringGo (for navigation), Stitcher and TuneIn (for global radio channels and internet podcasts).
The system is compatible with both Apple and Android phones and incorporates additional features such as voice command, Bluetooth and Siri Eyes Free.
The vehicle of choice
A wealth of choice awaits new Corsa customers.
The vehicle is available in nine trim levels, down from ten previously: Life, Sting and Sting R, Design, SRi, Excite, SE, SRi VX Line and Limited Edition.
The new Corsa’s efficient powertrain portfolio includes a state-of-the-art new 1.0-litre three-cylinder ECOTEC Direct Injection Turbo petrol, as well as an improved 1.3 CDTi, which achieves 88.3mpg and 85g/km and will appeal to diesel buyers.
Meanwhile three new gearboxes – a manual, an automatic and an Easytronic – are available, with improved shift quality and providing greater overall efficiency.
There’s also a large pallet of 15 exterior colours for customers to select from. New for this model are Summit White and Limelight Green, and metallics Shiny Rock, Emerald Green, Darksea Blue and Peppermint Green.
Customers interested in purchasing the New Corsa can drive away in their ideal model can discover a range of payment options and financial offers. Those keen on a Sting-R, which features the new 1.0-litre ECOTEC engine, can take advantage of a price-point from just £10,995 on-the-road.
To find out more about the new Corsa, to book a test drive or discover the offers available, please visit Evans Halshaw at Swinemoor Lane, Beverley, HU17 0LJ. Alternatively, call 01482 862 801 or go online to www.evanshalshaw.com/vauxhall.
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