Currently reading: Vauxhall simplifies Corsa and Mokka line-up to improve value
Prices for the British brand's two best-selling models have dropped by as much as £3290

Vauxhall has adjusted the pricing and specification line-up of the Vauxhall Corsa supermini and the Vauxhall Mokka crossover with the introduction of a new GS Line trim level.

The Corsa and Mokka trims are now Design, GS Line and Ultimate.

Vauxhall said this refreshed hierarchy offers a “clearer choice of models for buyers”.

GS Line replaces SRi Edition, while Design takes the place of SE Edition, but both retain the same level of equipment. 

Standard equipment for the Corsa includes automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance and a 7.0in infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

GS Line trim comes with new 17in black wheels, keyless entry, climate control and black exterior styling elements. It also grants access to a 72bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine that wasn't available on SRi Edition.

Prices start from £19,490, representing a £1000 price reduction from the SRi Edition. 

Ultimate trim adds adaptive cruise control, adaptive LED headlights, front parking sensors, a panoramic rear-view camera and heated Alcantara seats.

The Corsa Ultimate now starts at £23,375, representing a £3150 saving over the previous car. 

The Mokka Design comes with lane-departure warning, traffic sign recognition, automatic emergency braking, cruise control, automatic LED lights, rain-sensing wipers and twin 7.0in digital screens.

It’s priced from £22,265 - the same as the old SE Edition. 

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Move up to the GS Line for what Vauxhall has described as the most in-demand equipment in the sector. The package includes two-tone styling, 18-inch bi-colour alloy wheels, a black roof and a sports bodykit. 

Climate control, larger interior screens and rear parking sensors are also included, with prices starting from £24,640 - a reduction of £1500. 

The Mokka Ultimate now starts from £28,825, with Alcantara seats, keyless entry and start, adaptive headlights, parking assistance, blindspot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.

Ultimate models also gain access to a 127bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine with a six-speed manual gearbox for the first time.

The updated models will become available to order tomorrow (6 April), and customer deliveries are expected to begin in August. 

“We’ve not only made it easier for buyers to understand the key differences between various trims, but the models are now even better value [too], thanks to a number of pricing enhancements,” said Vauxhall marketing director Adam Wood.

“The top-spec Corsa Ultimate has been reduced by more than £3000, meaning that premium innovative technology is now even more accessible on one of Britain’s most popular cars.”

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catnip 6 April 2022

Well its nice to see some price reductions. Maybe manufacturers have more money sloshing around than we think, despite all the much talked about high costs of electrification and meeting emissions standards, etc.

ianp55 6 April 2022

Let's get this straight apart from the Astra there's nothing British at all about Vauxhall,they are all rebadged Opels,this magazine swallows this crap without question

xxxx 6 April 2022

You fotgot the vans. Anyhow that's one more than Polestar then, Chinesse owned and made in yet Polestar insist car review use at least one Swedish refernece per article.

thesecretdriver 6 April 2022

Neither are the vans unless you count French CKD kits screwed up in Luton.

scrap 6 April 2022

Vauxhall's marketing has been awful for a long time and it's unlikely to get better any time soon.