Vauxhall Mokka Leasing
Top 3 Features
Petrol, diesel and full-electric power options.
Why Lease A Vauxhall Mokka?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
Space inside the Mokka is adequate, but there are more practical small SUVs on the market. You’ll get 2 adults in the back seats, with plenty of legroom and reasonable headroom for those under 6-feet tall. The middle-rear seat is best kept for children. The Mokka is no Skoda Kamiq when it comes to passenger roominess, that’s for sure.
Boot space is similarly middle-of-the-road at 350 litres of capacity, which isn’t bad, but nowhere near the likes of the 422 litres offered by the Renault Captur or the 400 in the Skoda Kamiq. The Mokka-E has less space still, at 310 litres, because of the electrical components under the boot floor.
In-cabin storage isn’t bad though, with a big glovebox, sizable door pockets and a large tray in front of the gearstick.
For the cheapest running costs, the Mokka-E is the best option, as electricity will be far cheaper than petrol or diesel. You can recharge from a home wall box in about 7.5 hours, or at a public 100kW fast charger in 30 minutes to 80%. The diesel engine promises up to 65.7mpg and the petrol will both reach up to 51.4mpg. These aren’t bad stats when compared to similar rivals.
Vauxhall MokkaThere’s just 1 version of the Vauxhall Mokka and it’s a small 5-door SUV.
The Vauxhall Mokka Vs Competitors
Yes. It’s a huge improvement on its predecessor, the Mokka X. Stylish looks, affordable leasing costs and a comfortable ride make it very attractive.
The Vauxhall Mokka X name, used on the 1st-generation car, was dropped for the new model, which is just called the Mokka. Vauxhall stopped producing the Mokka X in 2019.
There’s not much in it. The Mokka is slightly better to drive and you can get an electric model. But there’s more boot space in the Juke and if you want quirky looks, then there isn’t much quirkier than the Nissan.
The Mokka doesn’t come with a spare wheel as standard, but you can have one fitted as an option.
The petrol and diesel Mokkas will give you a pretty good fuel consumption, while the Mokka-E will cost you much less to run on electricity. It’ll get around 3.6 miles per kWh, which isn’t bad, but some other EVs are better.
Insurance will vary according to your circumstances. The Mokka’s insurance groups range from 13 to 20 (of 50), which is slightly higher than some rivals. The Mokka-E will cost a bit more, sitting in groups 21 to 23.
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