Which used Vauxhall Mokka hatchback should I buy?
If you cover a lot of miles, a diesel Vauxhall Mokka might make sense and, of these, it’s the 1.6 CDTi that is far superior. If your budget will stretch, it’s the one to have.
Of the petrol engines, the 1.4 turbo is the smoother unit. Early cars with this engine are four-wheel drive only; if you want a front-wheel drive 1.4, look for a Mokka from 2013 onwards, which have the bonus of being £15 per year cheaper to tax.
Vauxhall launched the Mokka with S, Exclusiv and SE trim lines. They were later joined by Tech Line, which is aimed at company car drivers. All versions feature air conditioning, cruise control, a USB input and DAB radio, with Exclusiv adding dual-zone climate control, electric windows in the front and rear, as well as front and rear parking sensors. The top-spec SE, meanwhile, gets heated part-leather seats and tinted glass.
Our favourite Vauxhall Mokka: 2013 onwards 1.4T 140PS Exclusiv