The enhancements come as the Corsa enters its runout year. A new model joins the range, the Club, which takes over from the Breeze, but with an improved standard specification including central locking, sunroof (not 1.0i 12v), driver's airbag, and divided folding rear seat. The 1.0i 12v three-door Club is £8,195 on-the-road, followed by the 1.2i 16v five-door at £9,295 on the road.
The GLS has almost £800 of extra equipment including power steering, central locking, driver's airbag, body-coloured door mirrors and new interior trim. On-the-road prices start at £9,495 for the 1.0i 12v model. For the first time the CDX is available in a three-door, which is offered with a choice of 1.2i 16v petrol, 1.4i 16v petrol or the 1.5-litre turbodiesel. On-the-road prices start at £10,720 for the 1.2i, through to £11,770 for the turbodiesel.
Club and GLS models can now add the Comfort Pack of electric front windows, electrically-heated and adjustable door mirrors, leather-covered steering wheel and three rear head restraints for £300. For £500 the Safety Pack adds passenger airbag and ABS braking, or for the same price the Driver Pack adds alloy wheels and a CD player. The £1,000 Leather Plus Pack of leather upholstery, heated front seats and CD player is available only on the CDX.