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The car, which was unveiled at the London Motor show, is the fourth generation of the Opel super-mini and it was unleashed to much fanfare and funky music in the ExCel exhibit centre on London’s docklands.
The basic Corsa is the €15,345 one litre Life five-door.
Interestingly, the one litre engine isn’t available on the three-door car, with the three-door range starting at €15,495 1.2 Life.
The basic Life specification gets a CD player, twin airbags, ABS with EBD, electric door mirrors, power front windows, body coloured bumpers, remote central locking, speed-sensitive power steering, and intelligent interior lighting.
The Corsa Club has much more luxury. There is a choice of 1.2 petrol, 1.4 petrol or 1.3 CDTi, 75bhp diesel engines.
The Club starts at €16,095 for the 1.2 three-door rising to €18,195 for the five-door 1.3 diesel.
The Club specification gets head and side airbags, an MP3 compatible audio system, DualLoad boot floor, body-coloured door-handles and steering wheel audio controls.
The sporty SXi trim, not dissimilar to the ‘Sporting’ tag adopted by Fiat, is also available with the same engines and three or five-door body styles.
The 1.3 CDTi diesel engine comes with 90bhp in SXi trim and a six-speed manual gearbox.
The SXi trim starts from €16,995 for the 1.2 three door and comes with heated door mirrors, sports seats, 16 inch alloy wheels, a leather wheel, firmer sports suspension, fog lights, a chrome tailpipe, and darker ‘smoked’ light lenses.
The luxury Design specification gets automatic headlights and wipers, air conditioning, and chrome edged instrument dials.
The 1.2 three-door Design is €17,745 rising to €20,345 for the Design five-door CDTi.
The Corsa range is on sale in Opel dealers from October.