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Find the right part for your Vauxhall Corsa at the right price

The Vauxhall Corsa is a well known car throughout the UK. However, what many people don''t know is that the Corsa is engineered and produced by German manufacturer Opel. Since its first line of production in 1982 the Corsa has become increasingly popular, known for its good value for money and practicality. It was the third best-selling vehicle in the UK in 2014, just behind Volkswagen''s Golf and Ford''s Fiesta models.

Breakeryard.com can help you find affordable new, used and reconditioned parts for your Vauxhall Corsa. You can start your search by putting your registration number into our Find a Part box today. Working with independent breakers across the country we are able to offer a service which makes it easier for you to find the right part for your Corsa in as little time as possible. Locate parts for your Vauxhall Corsa today by choosing from the categories below.

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Dec
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There were many negative things that people had to say about the fourth generation (2006-2014) Corsa including poor...
Apr
23rd
The new Vauxhall Corsa is expected to hit the showrooms next year and is also expected to be officially unveiled at the...
Aug
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The Vauxhall Corsa was the subject of more manufacturer recalls than any other model in the UK this year, it has...
Do you have a problem with your Vauxhall Corsa? Are you worried it might be expensive to fix? Our list of common issues with Corsas covers those most frequently encountered by owners, a brief guide to the part needed and an indication of the cost and level of skill required to repair. View our full list of common problems with the Vauxhall Corsa

 

Drivers are spoilt for choice when it comes to the Vauxhall Corsa. The latest version is available as a hatchback with three or five doors, or alternatively as a three-door car-derived van. It has great load capacity for a small car, giving the driver a number of compartments and overall space, including plenty of leg and headroom as well as a spacious boot.

Available with diesel and petrol engines, the Corsa is a reliable vehicle that is acknowledged for its practicality. It offers drivers a comfortable drive with excellent handling.

Vauxhall Corsa B (1993 - 2000)

The Corsa was originally known in the UK as the Nova, and was only produced in Spain. The car hit the British market in 1983, released initially as three-door hatchback and two-door saloon models. British Vauxhall workers were unhappy with the fact that the Corsa was only being built in Spain. This changed with the Corsa B in 1993, with production expanding throughout Europe and South America. The Nova name was dropped and the car became known as the Corsa. The Corsa B was released in a number of body types including a three and five-door hatchback, four-door saloon, five-door estate and two-door coupe pick up. Four cylinder power was introduced with these cars with 1.2, 1.4 and 1.6 litre petrol engines, as well as an economical 1.5l turbodiesel alternative.

Vauxhall Corsa C (2000 - 2006)

Now 12'' 3" long and 6'' 3" wide, the Corsa C was first revealed in 1999 and introduced to the European market in 2000. This generation of Corsa includes a three and five-door hatchback, three-door car derived van, two-door pickup and the return of the four-door saloon. It was a huge success in Britain, becoming the most popular supermini and second most popular car overall in 2002, 2003 and 2004. It has remained popular ever since, winning Britain''s best selling supermini in 2005. It was also named the Semperit Irish Car of the Year in Ireland in 2001.

Over the years, the Corsa C saw a few upgrades. For example in 2002 a 74bhp 1.7DTi 16v diesel engine become available with SXi models, offering an excellent 60.1mpg economy. A 65bhp version of the same 16 valve diesel engine also become available with Club models, giving 60.1mpg in the combined cycle. In 2004, more improvements were made, including ABS and Brake Assist as standard across the majority of the range.

Vauxhall Corsa D (2006 - 2014)

The Vauxhall Corsa D is available as a three or five-door hatchback, or as a three-door car-derived van. At launch the engine sizes available were the same as those used with the Corsa C, however, the 1.3 and 1.7 litre CDTI engines were upgraded, giving drivers power ranging from 75 PS to 125 PS. Over the course of eight years of production the Corsa D saw two facelifts: one in 2010 and another in 2011. The facelift in 2010 saw upgrades such as a boosted petrol and diesel engine line up to fully comply with Euro 5 standards. The ride and handling were also improved. In 2011, Start/Stop was added to engines to improve their efficiency even further. This facelift also saw a revised front end, consisting of a new grille, a restyled front bumper and new Eagle Eye headlamps. This was the biggest change over its predecessor.

Vauxhall Corsa E (2014 - Present)

The Corsa E model debuted at the 2014 Paris Motor Show offering identical interior and exterior dimensions to the Corsa D, although the exterior panels and sheets have been revised. We saw a bigger change under the bonnet, with the introduction of an all new 1.0 three cylinder ECOTEC engine which offers 90 PS or 115 PS, giving 70Nm of torque.

Cheap Vauxhall Corsa car parts

Many parts for your Corsa will be available to buy now. For other parts, you will hear back from the independent breakers in our network with some quotes to give you a wider choice. Either way, you have a choice of new, used and reconditioned parts from some of the best suppliers in the country. Whether you''re after a gearbox, engine or something minor like a wing mirror, Breakeryard.com is here to help. All of the Vauxhall Corsa parts on sale have been thoroughly checked and fully guaranteed for at least a month. Rest assured you will get good value for money when buying from any breaker in our network.

All you need to do is use our Find a Part box on the right. Simply enter your registration and choose the best options that apply to you. Start your search today and let the products roll in.

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