The Mokka is Vauxhall’s entrant into the highly competitive compact crossover sector. It’s one of the most popular, too, with only the Nissan Juke outselling it in the UK. In all, it’s offered in 11 different colours, so which is your favourite?
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Flare Red – £0
The only no-cost option in the range, Flare Red might only be worth choosing if you’re on a very strict budget – in the style-led crossover segment, more desirable finishes will sell easier on the used market. Like most lighter colours, it’ll show up muck without regular washing.
Summit White – £275
Due to the desirability of white cars, Vauxhall charges £275 for this solid finish, when Flare Red can be picked as a no cost option. It will likely pay for itself come trade-in time, though. White cars pick up road grime very quickly so budget for car washes.
Amaretto – £545
This medium-brown shade is a fashionable choice for the Mokka. Like many fashions, it might eventually fall out, which makes it a riskier choice when considering its value at trade-in time. It’d be hard to a colour more capable at hiding dirt, though…
Boracay Blue – £545
This metallic royal blue is one of the less common choices for the Mokka and, though it isn’t likely to be everyone’s first choice, it should hold its value fairly well compared to the other options. It won’t be as easy as brown to keep clean, but better than white cars.
Orange Rock – £545
It’s understandable that a youthful car like the Mokka will be available in shades as lively as Orange Rock. If you take the £545 plunge, though, it’s unlikely that you’ll see much of that back when the time comes to sell – it’s certainly a colour which will divide opinion. You’ll also need to budget for frequent car wash visits.
Quantum Grey – £545
A contemporary shade of dark metallic grey is always likely to be a hit with buyers, so your wallet can rest easy come resale time. It’s one of the best options here for hiding the dirt, too.
Carbon Flash – £545
Very few people dislike a black car, so Carbon Flash should be a pretty safe choice when it comes to selling on. There are other colour options in the range which will hide the dirt better, and cheap car washes can leave swirl marks so don’t cut corners.
Sovereign Silver – £545
Silver cars are among the most common on the road, so there will always be someone on the used market who will be interested should you spec your own car in this colour. Like many lighter colours, it’ll need lots of cleaning to keep it on form.
Velvet Red – £545
Velvet Red is a deeper shade than Flare when viewed in the metal. It isn’t likely to be one of the most commonly picked colours in the Mokka range meaning it’ll take a little longer to sell it to the used market. Again, you’ll need to keep it clean to get the most from this finish.
Deep Espresso – £545
For an outdoor car like the Mokka, a dark brown shade will be perfect for hiding any of the muddy escapades you might embark on. It might not be everyone else’s cup of tea so it won’t have the best residuals out of the choices here.
Snowflake White – £1,045
Costing more than £1,000, it is unlikely you’ll ever recover the cost of Snowflake White on the used car market. White cars are very much in fashion though, even if they are a nightmare to keep looking clean.
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