The Chevrolet Corsa is a supermini car manufactured and marketed by the Chevrolet division of General Motors Company for the Latin American market from 2005.
History of the Chevrolet Corsa
From 2005 to 2010, the Chevrolet Corsa Classic saloon was produced and sold in Latin America. In its place came the Buick Sail, initially released in China the year before under the Buick brand. In Chile, the Sail is sold under the Chevrolet Corsa Plus nameplate and is offered as a four-door saloon powered by a 1.6 L 91 hp (68 kW) engine. Some features of the Chevrolet Corsa were two airbags, power windows, air conditioning, central locking, and anti-lock brakes.
Chevrolet added new headlights, taillights, and a grille to the Corsa for 2008 and updated the Chevrolet emblem to a shiny new gold color. Although the Chevrolet Corsa C was phased out of production in Mexico in June 2008, leaving only the older and redesigned Chevrolet Corsa B, and was itself overtaken by the Chevrolet Aveo, the car was maintained in Brazil until 2012 as the Chevrolet Corsa Final Edition, and the saloon was produced until 2011. This vehicle remained in use in Argentina until 2010, while the Montana, based on the Corsa, was still being produced.
If you want to buy a used Chevrolet Corsa, you can easily buy one with a price ranging from €1,000 to €14,500, which is around $1,001–14,523.
Chevrolet released the Chevrolet Corsa from 2005 to 2010.