Used Vauxhall Corsa cars for sale

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Our stock of used Vauxhall Corsa come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

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The Vauxhall Corsa isn’t just Vauxhall’s best-selling car, it’s one of the best-selling cars in the UK full stop, and has been for decades. The secret? A tempting mix of strong value for money, affordable running costs, stylish design and useful practicality bundled in a compact and easy-to-park footprint. The fact that there are dealers throughout the country adds to the Corsa’s enduring appeal too.

You’ll find later examples of both the 2014-2019 Corsa and all-new 2020-onwards Corsa at Motorpoint – the new one doesn’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, but it does introduce pure electric power alongside regular engines, just like the Peugeot 208. That’s because Peugeot owner PSA bought Vauxhall a few years ago, and the Corsa shares much with the excellent 208 under the skin.

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The 2014-2019 Corsa was available with a range of petrol and diesel engines, though there are more petrols, which are always more popular in the supermini segment anyway. The petrols stretch from two tiny little three-cylinder 1.0-litre engines (surprisingly potent in 115PS trim, though a more affordable 90PS version is also available), through four-cylinder versions available in 1.2 and 1.4 capacities without a turbo (which is why they’re actually less powerful than the punchiest 1.0), while the 1.4-litre turbo slots between the two 1.0-litre motors with its 100PS output. If you’re a boy or girl racer at heart, you’ll want the 1.6-litre turbo in the Corsa VXR hot hatch. A 1.3-litre turbodiesel was offered in two states of tune: 75 or 95PS.

All 2014-2019 Corsas are front-wheel drive, and the vast majority have a manual gearbox, though the six-speed auto sometimes crops up.

The new Corsa range offers three 1.2-litre petrol engines, the most affordable examples offered without a turbocharger, but the others come as standard with some welcome turbo zip. You can choose a 1.5-litre turbodiesel too.

Like its predecessor, the new Corsa is front-wheel drive only, and there’s also five- or six-speed manual and eight-speed automatic gearboxes – and the auto is likely to account of a higher sales split this time around.

This is also the first time a pure electric Corsa has been offered. Sharing its technology with the excellent Peugeot 208, it’s well worth a look.


The 2014-2019 Corsa is offered in both three- and five-door hatchback bodystyles, but like many hatchbacks, the new version is five-door only because the vast majority of customers chose the more practical model when given the choice.

Trim Levels

The 2014-2019 Corsa was offered in eight trim levels plus limited editions – it’s a lot to take in, but as ever you’ll find the key goodies listed in every Vauxhall Corsa advert we have. We’ll cover the highlights here, and in order of desirability the line-up is Active, Design, Energy, Sport, SE Nav, SRi Nav, SRi VX-Line Nav Black, GSi and Griffin.

  • Active is available only as a three door and comes with 15-inch alloys
  • Design opens the door to, well, three- or five-door body styles, plus air-con and a touchscreen.
  • Energy adds 16-inch alloys.
  • Sport comes with highly desirable sports front seats,
  • SE Nav is the first model to introduce sat-nav
  • SRi Nav is effectively a greatest hits package of the Sport and SE Nav model rolled into one.
  • SRi VX-Line Nav Black comes with a bodykit and 17-inch alloys (if only modestly powerful engines to keep running costs pleasingly low)
  • GSi is a three-door hot hatch (that replaced the earlier and more powerful VXR).
  • Griffin was a late-model special edition with everything but the kitchen sink, so it’s well worth grabbing if you spot one.

Thankfully the latest model reduces complexity to five core trim levels: SE, Griffin, SRi, Elite Edition and Ultimate Nav. Even SE gets a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, 16-inch alloys and lane-departure warning as standard. Griffin upgrades include 17-inch alloys, heated front seats and reversing camera. The famed SRi badge adds a dash of sporting flavour, with a sportier bodykit and sports front seats among other toys. Stepping up to Elite Edition swaps sportiness for generous standard equipment and a focus on comfort and elegance – auto headlights and wipers, heated seats, reversing camera and 17-inch alloys are all part of the deal. Finally there’s Ultimate Nav that supersizes technology (see section below) and treats you to Alcantara trim and even a driver-seat massage function.

The electric model mixes this up a little to account for the higher price point of electric cars, and starts off with SE Nav Premium (includes LED headlights and rear parking sensors) and moves up through Griffin, SRi Nav Premium and Elite Nav Premium.


All 2014-2019 Corsas get Bluetooth, USB compatibility and cruise control as standard. You’ll need Design spec to get touchscreen infotainment and logically enough only trims with Nav give you sat-nav.

The latest generation capitalises on the latest tech to take a big leap forwards. All models get at least the 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Audio, plus LED headlights with high-beam assist, speed-sign recognition and automatic emergency city braking, but Ultimate Nav versions go large on technology with a 10-inch touchscreen with sat-nav, adaptive cruise control and LED matrix headlights.

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