Vauxhall has introduced the trim levels and price list for its upcoming fifth-generation Corsa.

The Corsa – which celebrated 25 years on the UK market last year – is to be available from £15,550, which is the asking price for the base-level SE variant.

Standard features on the Corsa’s bottom rung include 16-inch alloy wheels, a seven-inch infotainment system and a leather-trimmed steering wheel, plus LED headlights and daytime running lights.

The next spec up is the sporting SRi trim. This adds an exterior styling pack, a black roof, LED taillights and front fog lamps, and a chrome-tipped exhaust. Rear parking sensors, alloy pedals and a ‘Sport’ driving mode are also added to the mix for an asking price of £18,700.

The next spec up is Elite Nav, which adds electric folding door mirrors, a panoramic rear-view camera and front parking sensors. Inside, it gains leather-effect upholstery and a satellite navigation system, at an asking price of £18,990.

The top-spec trim is Ultimate Nav, which is priced from £25,990. For the money, you get 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels and IntelliLux LED headlights on the outside, as well as a 10-inch touchscreen and leather massaging seats on the inside.

The Ultimate Nav spec also adds a heft of technology, including keyless entry, electronic climate control and the firm’s ‘Radar’ driving assistance system package.

Two petrol engines are available for the new Corsa — a three-cylinder 1.2-litre naturally aspirated unit producing 74bhp, and a turbocharged version of the same motor that offers 99bhp. A 101bhp diesel is also joining the line-up, while the all-electric e-Corsa is also on the way.

While the first new Corsas are set to be delivered in January 2020, you can check out used deals on the outgoing Vauxhall Corsa here on