VAUXHALL is cutting the price of its electric Corsa as it goes about making changes to the line up for 2021.
However, while the price of the Corsa-e is coming down to start from £26,640 after the Government grant for low emission vehicles, the cost of the petrol and diesel models is on the up.
The line up now starts from £16,440 for a 1.2-litre petrol model and 1.5-litre diesels come in from £18,430.
A new Elite trim level is being introduced as is an eight-speed automatic transmission on 1.2-litre 130ps models and those are priced from £18,355 and £19,010 respectively.
The conventionally powered line up now tops out at £28,105 while the electric range topper is the 11Kw Elite Nav Premium model priced from £30,895.
Other changes see an SRi Nav Premium trim level added to the Corsa-e range which comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, sports seats, specific SRi interior with red accents, dark-tinted rear windows and sports pedals.
It brings the Corsa-e range into line with the petrol and diesel line ups.
The Elite trim sits below Elite Nav and Elite Nav Premium models and is aimed at customers who require the same levels of standard equipment but do not need built-in navigation.
The SRi models now come with Vauxhall's light pack as standard - featuring LED front fog lights, LED taillights and automatic lighting control. SRi and SRi Premium models come as standard with 17-inch bi-colour wheels.
A key change for the 2021 Corsa vehicles is the introduction of a new 1.2 Turbo 130ps eight-speed automatic engine with Normal, Eco and Sport modes, available on SRi and Ultimate Nav models.
The auto Corsas also have a twin exhaust for a sportier look and the car is capable of 0-60mph in 8.2 seconds.