Vauxhall Mokka-e 2022 electric car owner review

Vauxhall Mokka-e 2022 electric car owner review

Cliff drives a Vauxhall Mokka-e 2022 electric car.

This is Cliff’s first electric car, he’s owned the Mokka-e from new and drives between 10,000-15,000 miles annually. The current mileage of the car is between 0-500 miles and he achieves 188 miles range from a full charge.

Rate your Vauxhall Mokka-e out of 5.

 

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Why did you choose the Vauxhall Mokka-e?

Style, price and distance per charge.

 

Positives – List 3 or more reasons why you love this electric car.

  • Lights
  • great design
  • colour.

 

Negatives – List 3 or more things that you really don’t like about this electric car.

  • Having to charge on a public charger
  • how the battery uses more energy when going fast.

 

Have you experienced any faults with the car? If so, what have they been?

None.

 

What are the standout tech features of your Mokka-e?

Smooth, quite, fantastic acceleration, economical and stylish.

 

Surprise us! Tell us something people wouldn’t readily know about this Mokka-e.

Goes like a dream and the colour is really eye-catching.

 

What electric car are you interested in next and why?

Not sure.

 

What home charging unit do you use? Would you recommend it to others and why?

Don’t have home charging.

 

Rate your home charging unit out of 5.

 

What home electricity supplier & tariff do you use? Would you recommend it to others and why?

British Gas.

 

Rate your electricity supplier out of 5.

 

What public charging networks would you recommend to others and why?

Zap-Map EV charging app.

 

List your top 3 favourite public charging networks (in order of preference).

Not sure.

 

Who do you insure your electric car with? Would you recommend them to others and why?

Royal Sun Alliance.

 

Rate your insurance provider out of 5.

 

Estimate how much money you save per month owning and running an electric car compared to a petrol/diesel car.

£70.

 

 

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