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  • 23-12-2021 9:13pm
    Registered Users Posts: 30

    Anybody own or have any thoughts , reviews of the E version of the Opel Mokka


  • Registered Users Posts: 889 ✭✭✭NyOmnishambles

    I have no experience of the Mokka itself but it gets good reviews

    It has the same under pinnings as the e-208 that I own and that is a great little car, the Mokka being a little taller might not handle as well and have a smidge less range

    But if you like the look of it then I doubt anyone will try and dissuade you from it

    There are threads here for the e-208 and the Corsa-e which will give you an idea of what people's actual experiences are

  • Posts: 0 [Deleted User]

    It got about 25km of wltp range in the last month. It is not big inside. eC4 is worth looking at too.

  • Registered Users Posts: 5,763 ✭✭✭Old diesel

    Thing to note is that rear legroom isn't great.

    eC4 and e2008 are better in that regard

  • Registered Users Posts: 5,763 ✭✭✭Old diesel

  • Registered Users Posts: 30 Brianboru39

    Looks like as a direct comparison the Peugeot E2008 is a better option.

    bigger boot etc

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  • Registered Users Posts: 3,437 ✭✭✭kuang1

    Anyone out there driving an e-mokka? Liked the petrol version (dealer didn't have the ev version to test drive) of it when I test drove it.

  • Registered Users Posts: 3,437 ✭✭✭kuang1

    So have made a decision (I think)

    Gonna order an e-mokka (currently on course for July/August delivery) and put myself on the waiting list for an EV6 (with the same dealership)

    Have been assured that once the EV6 arrives that I can trade in the mokka and transfer finance (with appropriate adjustments... Which I will scrutinise in great detail in advance)

    I know the €5k grant applies to any new car, not the individual, so as long as that stays in place I'm ok from that point of view.

    Any other potential pitfalls I should consider you think?