Vauxhall Mokka 1.4T Exclusiv 5dr £13632.16 @ Evans Halshaw
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Vauxhall Mokka 1.4T Exclusiv 5dr £13632.16 @ Evans Halshaw

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Found 19th Jan 2016
Personal Contract Purchase Offer Only £162 Per Month with NIL Deposit after £2,500 Scrappage Allowance
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Wow! The third deal posted up from Evans Halshaw in less than 24 hours. You must have shares in the company
they charge £75 documentation fee ! oO
what's that all about?
Please can the Op explain the £13,632.16 price he's quoted?

Seems to me it's 35 payments of £161.56 plus a final payment of £7,816 PLUS you need a car to trade in on top of that.
You can that deal at any Vauxhall dealership...but one with a better customer service.
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Gozer

Please can the Op explain the £13,632.16 price he's quoted?Seems to me … Please can the Op explain the £13,632.16 price he's quoted?Seems to me it's 35 payments of £161.56 plus a final payment of £7,816 PLUS you need a car to trade in on top of that.


If you have a vauxhall for scrappage allowance
Evans Halshaw employee ?... looks like
I can truly say the worst car I've ever driven in my life is the Mokka 1.4, had one as a rental for 2 weeks however after 4 hours of driving I called up and swapped it!
Edited by: "stevemack" 19th Jan 2016
Someone explain the math on this ?,
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packard

Someone explain the math on this ?,


Total amount payable £19132.16 - Dealer Deposit Contribution £5500 = £13632.16
danielgracegeorge

Total amount payable £19132.16 - Dealer Deposit Contribution £5500 = £ … Total amount payable £19132.16 - Dealer Deposit Contribution £5500 = £13632.16



£13,632.16 plus a trade-in car!

Just a word of advice about posting deals. Deals that look to be mis-leading will always gets voted cold.
The £5,500 deposit contribution is dependant on you trading in a car, so that needs to be shown in the title.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 19th Jan 2016
packard

Someone explain the math on this ?,



Math? This ain't the good old U S of A.....
packard

Someone explain the math on this ?,


MATHS
over £13k for a car that spontaneously loses power
You'll be a mockery driving around in a Mokka
Am I right in thinking, clear the finance within 14 days and you've got a Mokka for £12.6k plus an old banger?
Test drive one first, it really isn't a good car.
I'm not to sure why the negativity on the drive. OK it is a little under powered, however these drive OK. I quite enjoyed it, though the one I hired was a higher specification.
Drive one back to back with a Quasqai and you can see the difference in quality and refinement. The specs are fine, just let down by the driving experience.
Would be a deal at 13k all in but at nearly 20k this car is way overpriced! I have a friend who has the Chevrolet version (cant remember the name but its almost identical) he paid 12.5k new pre-registered for his. Thats what these should be priced at.
edit - Thinking about it I test drove an Antara (the Mokkas big brother) a few years ago and that was only around 13k brand new pre-registered.
Edited by: "Deaa" 20th Jan 2016
airbus330

Drive one back to back with a Quasqai and you can see the difference in … Drive one back to back with a Quasqai and you can see the difference in quality and refinement. The specs are fine, just let down by the driving experience.



Different cars, different prices. I had one whilst I was waiting for my new car to be delivered. My previous car was a Mercedes and my new car a Lexus. I'm not going to compare the drive to these because they are in a different price bracket.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 20th Jan 2016
peter1969uk

Different cars, different prices. I had one whilst I was waiting for my … Different cars, different prices. I had one whilst I was waiting for my new car to be delivered. My previous car was a Mercedes and my new car a Lexus. I'm not going to compare the drive to these because they are in a different price bracket.



With respect, I disagree. The Mokka is classed as a small crossover vehicle, as is the Qashqai. The price range of the Mokka is 16-24k and the Qashqai is 18-28k. Retail price of the Mokka 1.4 exclusive is 21k, retail of a similer spec 1.2DIG Qashqai is 23.8k.
These cars compete in the same market sector for the same customers and the Qashqai is able to command higher values because it is a better car.
I'm sure the Lexus regard themselves as a direct competitor to Mercedes (certainly the early 90's models actually looked like S class Merc's). Whether the buying public regard them as Jap Merc's is clear by the equivalent Lexus being a bit cheaper. With my recent experience of Merc's however, I suspect you have bought the better car.
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