2016 Vauxhall CorsaThe Vauxhall Corsa is a practical and popular small car that rivals the Skoda Fabia, Ford Fiesta, and Volkswagen Polo. It can seat five and offers really low emissions for its class. The pricing isn’t too bad either. The latest model is a little different from earlier versions. The buyers love the blend of affordability, build quality, and practicality.

The Corsa has remained a best seller in the UK and is hardly ever ranked outside the top 10. It is quite compelling. It now has styling which echoes the Adam, and the range of engines are as varied as ever. The cabin is roomy and well knitted. It’s a decent drive as well.

There is a lot of space in the front of Corsa. It offers more headroom than the competition which means drivers won’t feel cramped. The cabin is pretty wide too so you shouldn’t have too much trouble even with a co-passenger.

As far as rear space is concerned, the Corsa is better than most. Two adults can easily fit inside. Its boxy shape means the 5-door offers good access, especially if you’re ducking into reach for a child seat regularly.

All Corsas come with six airbags, tire pressure monitoring, adjustable front seatbelts, hill-start assist and traction control. There are high-tech safety packages you could go for too including lane assist and forward collision alert. You will also need to pay extra for the parking sensors unless you go with the top model. Engine immobilizer and central locking come as standard.

Thatcham, the security expert, gave the Corsa 4 stars out of 5 as far as theft resistance is concerned and 3 out of 5 when it comes to resisting being broken into. Overall, it’s a good small car to buy. Corsa is overall a great family car that will get you anywhere.