100kW Ultimate Edition 50kWh 5dr Auto
- Vehicle Year, 2021
- Mileage, 13,486 miles
- Fuel Type, Electric
- Transmission Type, Automatic
Full price.£17,075Price per month. pcp. £244
Price reductions on selected cars, from £250 - £1000 off
The Vauxhall Mokka-e is a fully electric family car that offers great styling, superb onboard equipment and decent range. It comes with one battery and motor option, which is a larger version of that found in the Corsa-e. Unique colourways make the Mokka-e stand out from SUVs, and the sleek and tidy interior is comfortable and roomy. It's an ideal option for an on-trend and eco-conscious family.
Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
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Now that Vauxhall sits under the Stellantis umbrella, it can’t go full steam ahead on making some superb family EVs.
This is where the Mokka-e steps in, with its quirky design and impressive range. It's essentially a larger version of the Corsa-e hatchback, making it the perfect option for those wanting more interior space.
It rivals the Volkswagen ID.3, Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona Electric, and we think it stacks up well against them. Don’t forget, Vauxhall has sold more than one million standard Mokkas in Europe, so surely the all-electric variant is bound for success?
One thing that this car has over some electric cars out there is that it features many tried-and-tested parts because it's already based on the existing Mokka car.
Being electric, this car should be more reliable than many ‘traditional’ cars because it doesn’t have an engine, and therefore has fewer moving parts that could go wrong.
Additionally, with every used car we sell, you get a warranty and the option to purchase cinchCare to increase the protection of your vehicle.
As for safety, it offers some great features including autonomous emergency braking, a pedestrian detection system, and a range of ISOFIX child seat mounts.
Inside, it gets an all-new look that offers sharp styling and two large digital displays, creating a more driver-focused experience.
These two displays measure between seven and 12 inches depending on the trim level, and when looking at them head-on, they look like they’re joined because the steering wheel covers the segment in between.
The one in the middle controls everything linked to the car and is the main display, whereas the screen in front of the driver replaces the traditional dials and is customisable, so you can display whatever you’d like including remaining range, speed, maps, music etc.
Both Bluetooth and a DAB radio come as standard across the range including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto which makes it easier to control the system if you’d rather use your smartphone than Vauxhall's own system.
Rear-seat passengers get a decent amount of space and thanks to the lack of a transmission tunnel, because it is all-electric, middle seat occupants have more legroom.
The boot measures in at 310 litres, with an extra 11 litres underneath the boot floor. This matches its Corsa-e sibling and is plenty of the average person. The boot also expands to 1,060 litres with the rear seats folded flat.
It’s available with one motor and battery combo, making it simple. All models come with a 50kWh battery and a 136hp motor that drives the front wheels – the same set-up in the Corsa-e.
Charging time varies depending on the method. But the fastest is a 150kW public rapid charger which will return 80% charge in 20 minutes, whereas a home charger will take 22 hours to fully charge.
All models come with the same motor and battery combo, offering 209 miles of range.
This model is built in France at the Stellantis factory in Poissy.
We would say this is a good family car because it offers great levels of safety, decent practicality, and economy for daily trips and longer weekend trips.
Using a rapid 150kW public charger, you should be able to get 80% of charge in around 20 minutes, whereas a home 7kW charger will take about seven hours to fully charge.