Revamped Corsavan arriving next month
When the new Vauxhall Corsa was revealed in October at the Paris motor show, it was inevitable that the van derivative wouldn’t be far behind.
The new Corsavan gets an increased payload, a load capacity of 0.9m3 and a maximum load length of four metres.
Power comes from both diesel and petrol engines, with the most economic model offering a claimed fuel consumption of 83.1mpg and emissions of just 90g/km CO2.
Inkeeping with changes to the passenger car, the Corsavan gets a grand selection of new optional extras include electronic climate control, heated seats and heated steering wheel, Bluetooth and DAB radio which are part of the IntelliLink 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, as well as the option of 16-inch alloy wheels and rear parking sensors.
Vauxhall also claims to have improved the seats of the new van, whilst also lowering road noise levels and vibrations.
There’s also a Technical Pack which includes forward collision alert, lane departure warning, rear camera, traffic sign recognition and following distance indicator.
Prices start from £11,858 for the 1.2-litre 69hp Corsavan, rising to £14,558 for the 93hp Sportive with Start/Stop. Vauxhall is also offering a four year 0% APR representative finance, four years’ free servicing, four years’ roadside assistance and four years’ warranty as part of the purchasing packages for the new model.
Order books are open now, and first deliveries are expected in the UK in early February.