Small SUVs are incredibly popular thanks to their combination of butch looks and low running costs, as well as their slightly raised driving positions. The Vauxhall Mokka is the British brand's offering, and goes head-to-head with the likes of the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Skoda Yeti.
It certainly doesn’t want for variety; the Mokka is available with a wide range of petrol and diesel engines, front- and four-wheel drive, and manual and automatic gearboxes. Meanwhile, trim levels range from well equipped to luxurious.
In almost every area, however, the Mokka’s rivals have it beaten: it's noisy, the ride is stiff, the infotainment system is dated and the boot isn’t that practical.
True, big discounts and tempting finance deals are available, but the Mokka doesn't hold its value well, so any savings make when you buy the car are likely to be cancelled out.
Despite all this, the Vauxhall Mokka remains a very popular choice, so what does it have going for it? Read on over the next few pages for everything you need to know before buying one, including the engine and trim level to choose.