You’re unlikely to be blown away by the Mokka X’s boot capacity figures. At 356 litres, it’s some way short of even its smaller rivals such as the Renault Captur, and a long way off cars such as the Seat Ateca. What space there is, however, has been well thought out; the boot floor is level with the rear bumper, so there’s no lip to lift heavy items over, while the boot opening is decently wide and tall.
It’s a good square shape, too, and includes practical touches such as bag hooks and a small storage compartment in the side. With the rear seatbases flipped forward and the seatbacks folded down, the boot floor is flat all the way through to the front seats as well.
Vauxhall has also ensured that there’s some useable space beneath the boot floor, which is ideal for stowing more valuable or fragile items. This space is present because the Mokka X comes with a tyre-inflation kit instead of a spare wheel; a space-saver spare wheel is available as an optional extra.
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