Vauxhall Corsa Van Lease
Why Lease a Vauxhall Corsa Van?
At first glance you could mistake the Vauxhall Corsa van for a car, but the differences between the van and car models go beyond the rear windows and seats. The Corsa van hasn’t just had a few adaptations made to fill a market gap – it was designed specifically as a van by Vauxhall and won the What Van? 2013 Small Van of the Year award.
Volume and Load Carrying Capacity
The Corsa van’s load area volume is 0.9 cubic metres and the maximum payload is 550kg which is very impressive for a van as small as the Corsa. You have the choice between a 1.2 16v petrol engine or a 1.3CDTi diesel engine. The petrol engine is fine for in the city but isn’t as happy as the diesel when driving at higher motorway speeds. 69bhp is generated by the petrol engine and the diesel engine comes in four variants; producing bhp figures from 73bhp and torque of 190Nm to the top spec diesel with figures of 93bhp and 210Nm. Fuel economy is impressive and reaches nearly 80mpg with the ecoFLEX and the petrol engine can achieve 50+mpg.
Robust Cabin & Comfy Interior
The cabin has been well thought out and arranged accordingly. Hard wearing materials should stand up to the rigours of van life and adjustability means any driver should be able to get comfy quickly and easily. Although the interior is practical, it lacks some of the features you might expect on a car model (such as air con) but these can be added to your vehicle as optional extras.
The Often Forgotten Safety Features
Safety is a factor that is often taken for granted, with not all vehicles being equally safe. The Corsa van safety comes with ABS, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Hill Start Assist, Electronic Stability Program and a whopping 6 airbags (including curtain and side airbags), making it one of the safest in its class
What You Actually Get
Vauxhall Corsas are good value and more fun to drive than most larger vehicles, so should you consider a Corsa van for lease, look no further, simply select the model and off you go.