Vauxhall lowers Mokka-e and Corsa-e prices by £3K

Vauxhall lowers Mokka-e and Corsa-e prices by £3K

Vauxhall has repositioned the pricing of its electric Corsa-e and Mokka-e models in light of the recent changes to the Government’s Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG). As such, the Vauxhall electric car range now starts from £25,805 on-the-road (including PiCG).

Those wanting to purchase the Corsa-e and Mokka-e models will now benefit from a £3,000 reduction across all Corsa-e and Mokka-e-versions, effective immediately.

“Vauxhall wants to move the UK to electric motoring as quickly as possible, which is why we have committed to being an electric-only brand from 2028," said Paul Willcox, Managing Director, Vauxhall.

“In light of a further evolution to the Government Plug-in Car Grant, we have taken the decision to change our pricing policy on our all-electric Corsa-e and Mokka-e models. With more attainable pricing from significant reductions on both models, as well as the grant, we hope to put zero-emissions-in-use motoring within the reach of even more British motorists.”

The revised pricing is in lieu of previous customer offers.

The Corsa-e and Mokka-e form part of the British brand’s electrification effort. Vauxhall will offer an electrified variant across its entire model line-up by 2024 and will have a fully electric vehicle range by 2028 – seven years ahead of the UK Government deadline. Vauxhall is the UK’s leading electric van manufacturer and offers an electric version of every van in its model line-up.

Last week, Vauxhall also announced that, thanks to the continuous development of its electric vehicles, its Corsa-e and Mokka-e ranges have increased in the official WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure) cycle.

On a single charge of its battery, the Corsa-e, can now cover up to 222 miles according to the WLTP Preliminary Figure, up from 209 miles previously – an increase of around six per cent. The range of the Mokka-e has increased to 209 miles (WLTP), up from 201 miles previously – an increase of around four per cent.

Olly Goodall

Author:Olly Goodall
Date Updated:21st Dec 2021

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