With the Government’s grant added on, drivers can secure a brand new Mokka for just under £31,000 making it one of the more affordable models on the market.
Paul Wilcox, managing director of Vauxhall said lowering the prices would ensure their cars could be reached by the “greatest number of people” looking to make the switch.
He said: “At Vauxhall, we believe in making sure our vehicles are as accessible as possible to the greatest number of people, and especially so when it comes to zero emissions-in-use motoring.
“So I am pleased to confirm that all Corsa-e, all Mokka-e and the new Vivaro-e Life Combi are eligible for the Government Plug-in Car Grant.”
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