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 1.4 petrol. It’s smoother, quieter and cheaper to buy.
Reader test team says:
What a funny little car it is, quite well equipped but strange to drive with little feedback from the steering, I have had an auto version for a week…
My wife and I were in Scotland on Holiday in May 2014 and hired a car to do a three-day road trip from Edinburgh to Inverness, to Oban and back to…
Same old Vauxhall, same old rubbish. Just drove the 1.7 diesel tech line on trial. Noisy, clattery, underpowered engine. No torque and no pull.…
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…