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Vauxhall’s new simplified version line-up of the Corsa and Mokka

Vauxhall has updated both the Corsa and Mokka model ranges by introducing its new simplified version line-up – making two of its most popular models more appealing than ever.

The new range comprises of three versions: Design, GS Line and Ultimate:
Design – features Vauxhall’s ‘Bold and Pure’ styling and driver assistance tech
GS Line – combines striking sports styling, inside and out, with advanced comfort and convenience technology
Ultimate – combines an evolution of the GS Line styling with even more premium technologies

A simplified range structure comes with simplified pricing, making it easier for customers to understand the value of each version.

Strong specification, from entry level includes alloy wheels, classing-leading driver assistance technology and the new ‘Vauxhall Vizor’ brand face on the Mokka and Mokka-e.
The Corsa model range has been streamlined from 15 models to eight, while the Corsa-e has been reduced from three models to two. Mokka sees the version line-up reduced from 16 to 11, while Mokka-e will go from four to two.

Corsa & Corsa-e

The all-electric Corsa-e is now available in sporty GS Line and Ultimate variants. GS Line replaces previous SRi Premium variants, while Ultimate replaces previous Elite Premium models. The streamlining from previously three variants to two reflects the market demand for the Corsa-e, with customers preferring higher specification trim models.

Corsa-e models will now come standard with Vauxhall’s e-toggle shifter already available on the Mokka-e, replacing the previous ‘cobra’ shifter. The new control allows drivers to select between reverse, neutral and drive, while a Brake (B) button allows drivers to increase energy recovery via the regenerative braking technology.

Both GS Line and Ultimate Corsa-e models retain identical equipment and technology levels to their outgoing trims, with prices remaining the same. Importantly, all Corsa-e and Mokka-e models remain eligible for the £1,500 Government Plug-in Car Grant.

The Corsa-e features a 50kWh battery connected to a 136PS (100kW) electric motor and is capable of up to up to 222 miles on a single charge under WLTP testing. Supporting up to 100kW rapid charging, an 80% charge takes just 30 minutes.

As part of its electric vehicle strategy, Vauxhall has worked to ensure Corsa-e variants are more cost efficient to own in the long run over petrol and diesel variants of the Corsa – helping owners offset the higher initial purchase price.

Corsa was the UK’s best-selling new car in 2021 with more than 40,000 models sold. From April, Corsa Design models replace previous SE Edition variants and feature the same equipment and technology, including Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist and Speed Sign Recognition, as well as Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ and a 7-inch infotainment screen.

Sporty GS Line replaces previous SRi Edition models and come with new 17-inch black wheels that replace previous 17-inch bi-colour wheels. GS Line features include climate control, rear parking sensors and black exterior styling. New for GS Line models will also be Vauxhall’s efficient 1.2-litre (75PS) three-cylinder petrol engine, previously unavailable on SRi Edition models.

The Ultimate comes with premium features such as adaptive cruise control, lane positioning assist, IntelliLux® Adaptive LED Matrix lights, front parking sensors, panoramic rear-view camera, keyless entry, Alcantara trim and heated seats and steering wheel.

Mokka & Mokka e

The Vauxhall Mokka was the first model to feature Vauxhall’s new ‘Vizor’ front end and Pure Panel interior – features since seen on all new Vauxhall models, including the All-New Astra. The 100% electric Mokka-e is available in GS Line and in Ultimate models, with both models priced equally to their outgoing variants.

As with Corsa-e, Vauxhall has worked to ensure the Mokka-e range achieves total cost of ownership savings for owners over its petrol and diesel counterparts.

The petrol and diesel Mokka range starts from entry level Design which is identical to outgoing SE Edition variants, but now also available with a 1.2-litre 130PS 6-speed manual and a 1.2-litre 130PS 8-speed automatic.

Standard features on the entry level Mokka include lane departure warning, lane keep assist, speed sign recognition, auto emergency braking, cruise control, automatic lights & wipers, high beam assist, LED headlights & tail lights, Pure Panel twin 7-inch screens and Apple CarPlay™ & Android Auto™ connectivity.

GS Line models replace outgoing SRi Premium variants, with the equipment level reflecting customer demand in the sector. GS Line features include the striking two-tone styling with 18-inch bi-colour alloy wheels, black roof and mirrors and sports bodykit. Climate control, keyless start and power folding door mirrors, rear parking sensors and the upgraded Pure Panel with 10-inch driver and 12-inch infotainment screens.

Ultimate models are now available with a 1.2-litre 130PS 6-speed manual option, and include keyless entry and start, IntelliLux® LED matrix adaptive headlights, advanced park assist, blind spot alert, adaptive cruise control and lane positioning assist.

Orders open this month (April) with deliveries expected from August 22.

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