For The Mokka looks good, is fairly practical and some versions are reasonably priced. You should get a hefty discount, too.
Against Rivals are more comfortable and more refined. The Mokka’s steering disappoints, while the boot isn’t as big as many rivals’. Some models are also pricey.
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The Vauxhall Mokka isn't without appeal. However, most rivals have it beaten in almost every area.
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There are 15 Vauxhall Mokka versions available
Target Price team says:
The Mokka isn't without appeal. It looks good, is fairly practical and some versions are reasonably priced. However, Vauxhall’s SUV doesn’t do anything better than a Nissan Qashqai or a Skoda Yeti, and in several key areas, it’s a long way behind them.
If you’re a company car driver, go for the 1.7 diesel in Tech Line trim. CO2 emissions of 120g/km and a low list price keeps Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax bills fairly low, but you’ll still get plenty of kit, including sat-nav.
However, the diesel engine is quite noisy, so if you’re a private buyer we’d recommend the 1.6 petrol. It’s smoother, quieter and much cheaper to buy.
Reader test team says:
I drive many hire cars, usually min 200 miles, 50/50 motorway and 'A' roads. Recently I've driven the Mokka, the last time after rejecting another…
I have had this car for six months now and the power steering went had it back two days and the power steering went again , The auto lights stopped…
This is my current company car.. I wish it wasn't. The car looks OK in certain colours, not so good in others. I've got a metallic blue which isn't so…
ok, having come from a Peugeot RCZ you can imagine the distress this has caused leaving what is the most beutifull car I have ever had both in looks…