Vauxhall Mokka X (2012 on)

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reviewed by Anonymous on 2 October 2019
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1.4 140 Turbo Exclusiv Auto 5dr SUV

reviewed by jaguarR on 20 June 2019
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Overall rating
3
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
4
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

Better than some magazines would lead you to believe

Found my car at a Vauxhall dealer - 16,500 miles and two years old. It was bought to replace a smaller run-about and has fulfilled that role very well. It's full of technology - front/rear parking sensors, auto lights, wipers, see you home headlights, folding mirrors, climate, electric windows with remote control and mine has an automatic gear box. It's not a Jaguar but it goes along the road satisfactorily, is easy to park and I'm getting about 39mpg in the London suburbs. On longer journeys 45 mpg is obtainable at normal motorway speeds. Some commentators seem to think it's a bit sluggish. But I find the uptake is good and the auto box settles down at 2,500 rpm for 70mph. If you want a racing car this is not for you. The rear seats fold down easily and give a flat load bed without a high lip at the rear. Complaints? Well there's no spare tyre and that's about it. I've used it a great deal more than I had planned because it's a competent well designed vehicle. GM sold them by the 100, 000s across the globe before the PSA take over. Hope the new owners do not spoil it.

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reviewed by Roland Willden on 5 October 2017
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Price£20,035–£29,480
Road TaxB–G
MPG38.7–72.4 mpg
Real MPG84.8%

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