It is now available to order and it has prices reduced by up to £3,000 versus the outgoing model in what they describe as a simplified range.

This new simplified range includes no fewer than nine different trim levels, down from ten previously. These include the base model of Life rising through Sting, Sting R, Design, SRi, Excite, SE, SRi VX Line and a Limited Edition, which include about half as many variants as before.

A new 1.0-litre 3-cylinder ECOTEC 115PS engine is available and will be found in the new Sting R trim. This engine can shift to 62mph in 10.4 seconds and comes with 170Nm of torque. Alongside this engine, there are 1.2-litre 70PS engines, 1.4-litre 90PS and 100PS Turbo engines, a 1.0-litre 90PS Direct Injection Turbo ecoFLEX with Start/Stop and a 1.3 CDTi engine with outputs of 75PS and 95PS available. An automatic gearbox is available with the 1.4 90PS engine on Design,SRi, SRi VX Line and SE grades.

An Easytronic gearbox is also available for the Design and Excite grades in combination with the 1.4 90PS ecoFLEX engine.

Vauxhall has confirmed that there will be a VXR hatch version added to the range in the future too.

The new Vauxhall Corsa has standard features such as City mode, Hill start assist, Advanced park assist, Side blind spot detection, Front camera system, Bi-xenon headlights with cornering lights, heated steering wheel, seats, door mirrors and windscreen, IntelliLink, On-board apps and Flex-fix bike carrier. Some models feature a sports chassis for a firmer, more responsive ride too.

For company car drivers, the new Corsa falls into company car tax banding between 13%-21% depending on the variant selected.

The all-new Corsa is available to configure and compare here on any comprehensive Comcar tax tool.

The 3 door bodystyle can be found using the link at the top of this article, while you can find the 5 door here: 5 door bodystyle