Vauxhall has released prices for its new Corsavan, which is now available to order before arriving in showrooms early in 2015.
Prices for the car-derived van start from £11,858 for the entry-level 1.2-litre 70hp Corsavan, step up to £13,108 for the 1.3 75hp version with Start/Stop, move onto £13,558 for the 1.3 95hp Start/Stop Ecoflex, which is the most economical derivative with official CO2 emissions of 90g/km and combined cycle fuel consumption of 83.1mpg and peak at £14,558 for the 1.3 95hp Corsavan Sportive with Start/Stop.
The current line-up is priced from £10,920 to £12, 295. All prices exclude VAT.
Mandatory ESP brings with it standard safety features such as straight line stability control, cornering brake control, drag torque control, brake assist system, active rollover protection, hydraulic brake fade assist and hill start assist.
All models also get six airbags, electric windows and door mirrors, an audio system with aux-in, DAB and Bluetooth, a tyre pressure monitoring system and speed sensitive power steering.
Customers opting for the Sportive trim level get extra kit including air conditioning, alloy wheels, sports seats, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and cruise control with a speed limiter function.
Vauxhall has made a raft of new options available with the new Corsavan such as electronic climate control, a Technical Pack with forward collision alert, lane departure warning, rear view camera, traffic sign recognition and a following distance indicator. An upgraded seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system is available as are black alloys, rear parking sensors and a Winter Pack with heated seats and steering wheel.
Vauxhall claimed the Corsavan offers 12% more carrying capacity than its key rival, the Ford Fiesta Van, with a payload of 571kg compared to the Fiesta Van’s 508kg.
The brand also highlighted the Corsavan’s service intervals of 20,000 miles/12 months, next to its competitor’s 12,500/12 months schedule.