Thoughts on Vauxhall Mokka Design

Thoughts on Vauxhall Mokka Design

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GeorgeMokka

Original Poster:

61 posts

10 months

Sunday 26th January
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Hi,

I have a Vauxhall Mokka SE in grey and I was wondering what you all think of the Vauxhall Mokkas design. I’ve always thought it was a lovely looking car but what’s your opinion?

Also do you think I should feel shame for driving a car which isn’t being made by Vauxhall anymore?

Thanks.

MrGTI6

1,855 posts

89 months

Sunday 26th January
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GeorgeMokka said:
Hi,

I have a Vauxhall Mokka SE in grey and I was wondering what you all think of the Vauxhall Mokkas design. I’ve always thought it was a lovely looking car but what’s your opinion?

Also do you think I should feel shame for driving a car which isn’t being made by Vauxhall anymore?

Thanks.
Why should you feel ashamed for driving the best-looking car of the 21st century? If anything, it's Vauxhall who should feel ashamed for not making it anymore.

ChrisNic

479 posts

105 months

Sunday 26th January
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MrGTI6 said:
Why should you feel ashamed for driving the best-looking car of the 21st century? If anything, it's Vauxhall who should feel ashamed for not making it anymore.
There speaks a man with exquisite taste.

Jimmy Recard

17,267 posts

138 months

Sunday 26th January
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MrGTI6 said:
Why should you feel ashamed for driving the best-looking car of the 21st century? If anything, it's Vauxhall who should feel ashamed for not making it anymore.
This. Modern classic, utterly stunning

Butter Face

22,215 posts

119 months

Sunday 26th January
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About time you upgraded to become GeorgeCrosslandX mate! hehe

ChrisNic

479 posts

105 months

Sunday 26th January
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Butter Face said:
About time you upgraded to become GeorgeCrosslandX mate! hehe
Downgrade surely!

GeorgeMokka

Original Poster:

61 posts

10 months

Sunday 26th January
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MrGTI6 said:
Why should you feel ashamed for driving the best-looking car of the 21st century? If anything, it's Vauxhall who should feel ashamed for not making it anymore.
I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks it’s beautiful haha, is it true they’re bringing out an electric one next year? Thanks

Nickp82

2,432 posts

52 months

Sunday 26th January
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In comparison to other cars of it’s ilk, it’s a nice design, I like it.

Nothing to be ashamed of in driving one whether it is in production still or not.



Butter Face

22,215 posts

119 months

Sunday 26th January
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ChrisNic said:
Butter Face said:
About time you upgraded to become GeorgeCrosslandX mate! hehe
Downgrade surely!
They’re both as crap as each other, but the Crossland is newer.

Nickbrapp

3,743 posts

89 months

Sunday 26th January
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People slag off the mokka, but I had 2 as rental cars and I actually really liked it, dog slow and not the most refined but Better than a juke

It’s a alright looking car but all these crossovers look the same a big blob.

I wouldn’t own one but I did snjoy the top spec one they gave me, leather and comfy seats, nice being high up.


MrGTI6

1,855 posts

89 months

Sunday 26th January
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Nickbrapp said:
dog slow and not the most refined but Better than a juke
Wasn't that the advertising slogan?

Wacky Racer

33,668 posts

206 months

Sunday 26th January
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Butter Face said:
About time you upgraded to become GeorgeCrosslandX mate! hehe
laugh

Funkstar De Luxe

489 posts

142 months

Sunday 26th January
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Yeah, it looks ok.

rallycross

11,033 posts

196 months

Sunday 26th January
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One of the worst cars on the road and generally driven by cretins who have zero awareness of anything else on the road or the road ahead. Anyone who spends hours behind the wheel will have seen many examples of badly driven Mokka's.

Baldchap

3,413 posts

51 months

Sunday 26th January
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I had a Holden Trek or Trex or something in Australia as a hire car. Same as the Mokka. Lotus could learn a thing or two. thumbup

Monkeylegend

19,879 posts

190 months

Sunday 26th January
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rallycross said:
One of the worst cars on the road and generally driven by cretins who have zero awareness of anything else on the road or the road ahead. Anyone who spends hours behind the wheel will have seen many examples of badly driven Mokka's.
What a load of old bks smile

mike9009

4,828 posts

202 months

Sunday 26th January
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I have four vehicles, none of which are currently being manufactured. I do not feel ashamed.

If your friends/ neighbours make you feel ashamed for what you drive, you need new friends or move house. *

Mike

  • Edit - and that goes for anyone else criticizing what you drive.

Plate spinner

14,591 posts

159 months

Sunday 26th January
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Jimmy Recard said:
MrGTI6 said:
Why should you feel ashamed for driving the best-looking car of the 21st century? If anything, it's Vauxhall who should feel ashamed for not making it anymore.
This. Modern classic, utterly stunning
Agreed.

Prices will start heading up soon, either get in now or forever lust at a respectful distance.

Just keep the leather in good condition. Vauxhall repairs only, part numbers required.
eBay DIY fix makes them worthless.
It’s all about maintaining that Vauxhall provenance.

shake n bake

2,189 posts

166 months

Sunday 26th January
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I love that they’re so unique in design compared to anything else on the market.
It’s great that it saved Vauxhall from the ignominy of a takeover from a crappy brand.

Leylandeye

550 posts

14 months

Sunday 26th January
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The Mokka is quite a smart looking little crossover. The petrol engines are nasty so if you don't want a diesel, get a Yeti instead.

Rides well over potholes and reasonably spacious in the back for the size of car.

Nothing to be ashamed of.