What is it like on the inside?
This is the Mokka’s only real trump card. Despite splitting Juke and Qashqai for size, interior space is far closer to the latter, with decent headroom and legroom in the back for even full-sized humans. That’s good news for buyers, as they expect extra practicality from cars of this type, but the sector doesn’t always deliver it (witness the boot in the Nissan Juke, for example).
The interior will be familiar to anyone who’s driven an Astra recently: solid and functional, but - beyond a couple of swoopy bits of dash - hardly ambitious for a car marketing itself as funky lifestyle thing. Surely that’s a missed opportunity, Vauxhall? There is a decent array of big-car optional extras, at least.