Looking for something a little different with your electric SUV? The new Opel Mokka-e SUV might be right up your alley.
Opel is a major German brand founded way back in 1862, making it 41 years older than Ford!
Opel vehicles are sold in the United Kingdom as Vauxhall, and some were badge-engineered in Australia under the Holden brand until 2020.
In 2017 Opel became part of Peugeot-Citroen, and then the Peugeot-Citroen-Opel group became part of Fiat-Chrysler. It’s now the world’s fourth-largest carmaker, which makes Opel the German arm of a motoring mega-company.
Labelled as New Zealand’s most efficient German brand, Opel has just launched its range here and vehicles will be available for delivery in the New Year.
The highlight in our eyes is the Opel Mokka-e SUV, an outstanding EV offering the best in German styling options and technology.
Starting from $799 + GST per month, including on road costs and the Clean Car Rebate, this is real value for money.
In their “Opel Mokka-e first drive: origin story“, Driven says…
“The Mokka-e only comes in fancy SRi trim and is specced to the brim, with a full suite of driver-assistance tech, matrix headlights and “tailored ergonomic” seats. You can also order it with a distinctive black bonnet/roof and brightly coloured garnish where chrome would otherwise be; which you must, obviously.”~ Driven
Performance features include a speedy 0-100 km/h in 9.2 seconds, 363km range, and exceptionally fast recharge times. Opel say you can get up to 80% of range in only 30 minutes!
With a whole host of other exciting features, the Opel Mokka-e SUV will be a serious contender in this EV space.
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