Thanks to Enterprise for allowing us to photograph the new Vauxhall MOKKA X DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.6CDTi  Elite Nav 5dr Auto which they had on their premises. In terms of the configuration, the car was based on the following:
· Metallic – Boracay blue
· Jasmin leather – Jet black
· 18″ multi-spoke alloy wheels
You need to consider long-term contract hire as an alternative to ownership style products such as cash purchase, hire purchase and personal contract purchase.
Before making a firm decision, make sure you consider all options in terms of buying a car vs leasing car. There is not one option which is better, is very much what is suitable for you as an individual.
The Vauxhall Mokka X is essentially the successor to the original Mokka (check out our diesel Mokka review here,) which has proved to be a popular car for the Vauxhall brand. That being said, the Mokka enjoyed a lot of success when there was very little competition, with only the Nissan Qashqai and Ford Kuga really as the main rivals. By being competitively priced, Vauxhall were able to establish this vehicle in the market. Fast forward 3-4 years and you have a plethora of options, including the Peugeot 2008 and 3008, the Renault Captur and Kadjur, the Hyundai Tuscon, the Kia Sportage and the Ford EcoSport. The list goes on.
Anyone trying to establish a footing in the SUV and crossover market needs either to have a price edge or specification edge.
In terms of the car shown, you can enjoy a good level of specification, including tinted rear windows, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, Navi 900 sat nav, Apply CarPlay, electric folding mirrors. Hill start assist, LED daytime running lights, high beam assist, Bluetooth, climate control, heated steering wheel, sports seats, heated front seats and leather upholstery. In terms of additional factory options, consider an electric sunroof and the 19” alloy upgrades.
On the technical-side, the car shown has a P11d of £26,990.00 and CO2 of 132g/km. Food for thought for any company car drivers. The 1598CC 6 speed auto engine delivered 136ps, 56.5MPG combined and 0-62 times of circa 10 seconds. On the servicing-side, it’s every 12 months or 20,000 miles whichever lands sooner.
So what are your thoughts – which SUV leasing offer would be your choice?
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