Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
There’s also a reasonable amount of storage space, including a well-sized glovebox, a couple of good-sized door bins and a surprisingly large storage tray at the bottom of the dash. The tray is big enough to take a hefty wallet or a large smartphone, and you’ll find the wireless charging pad there on Ultimate Nav models. The Hyundai Kona Electric and ID.3 have even more cubbies up front.
The Mokka-e's boot is pretty disappointing by class standards, too. There’s enough for a weekly shop or short family holiday, but rivals such as the e-Niro, MX-30, ID.3 and even the Renault Zoe offer more space. To put things into perspective, we squeezed four carry-on suitcases into the Mokka-e’s boot compared with five in the ID.3. It does come with a height-adjustable boot floor which allows you to separate the space into two compartments, though, which is handy if you want to stop your charging cables sliding around in the main compartment.