Space and Practicality
The Mokka-e offers you a very practical space. Whether you have a growing family or simply want something bigger for your daily commute, it's perfectly suitable.
Complimenting the high comfort levels is a competitive amount of head and legroom in the rear. Taller passengers above six-foot tall will get by just fine on shorter journeys, but might feel a little cramped on longer trips.
Unlike some of its rivals, the Mokka-e does have the potential to carry three passengers in the rear with relative ease. The middle seat is far from the usual firmness that you're usually met with and thanks to the competitive head space, it's manageable should you need it.
There's adequate storage opportunities dotted throughout the cabin, with good-sized door bins and glove box, as well as an armrest compartment and a large plate for your phone and other bits and pieces within the centre console.
The Mokka-e's boot space (310L) is 40L smaller than its combustion engine alternative, which is perhaps its biggest compromise by going electric. However, there's some useful underfloor storage to hide away your charging cables and it's by no means a small space - you won't struggle to get your weekly shop or a few travel bags in the boot.
If a bigger boot will be a deal breaker for you, you can find improved offerings in both the Hyundai Kona Electric (332L) or the Kia e-Niro (451L).