The Vauxhall Nova which is also popularly known by the name of Opel Corsa is actually a supermini car that was produced and manufactured by the automaker company of Germany ‘Opel’ during the year of 1982. Even though the initial name of this car was stated as Opel Corsa, later it was sold under various other names in different parts of the world such as Vauxhall, Chevrolet and Holden. Presently the production of the Corsa model is done at Spain and Germany. Initially launched in the year of September 1982, the car was built at Spain in the frame of three door hatchback along with two door saloon model.
Later it was manufactured in other versions also like the four doors and the five doors version which was exclusively launched for the European market. Again after six years, the model design for Vauxhall nova was uplifted and modified to include a new fascia and slight changes to be known by model names of LS, GL, GT and GLS.
In the UK market, this model was recognized more prominently as the Vauxhall Nova that was introduced to the automobile market in the year of April 1983, after the long dispute of seven months with the British workers. This car model was successfully launched as a replacement of the Chevette which was cased from production in the year of 1984.The wheelbase of the car was 2,343 mm (92.2 in) with dimension of Length 3,622–3,955 mm (142.6–155.7 in), Width 1,532–1,540 mm (60.3–60.6 in), Height 1,360–1,365 mm (53.5–53.7 in) and Curb weight of 735–865 kg (1,620–1,907 lb).