When the Mokka was launched in 2012, it was the Vauxhall's first serious attempt to get into the emerging SUV market in the UK.
The idea was to combine sporty looks with practicality in a car that was within most car buyers' budgets and the result is a rather successful one.
Despite its relatively small exterior size - you'll find no difficulty squeezing it into tight spots in the supermarket car park - it's roomy inside with space for five people and the boot area is also quite high capacity. In fact, real attention to detail has gone into practicality with no less than 19 different storage points around the car.
Reviewers have found the Mokka easy to drive, as it offers a good all-round view of the road, and it also delivers great economy figures from its two petrol and one diesel engine choices. Both two- and four-wheel drive transmissions are also available.
Another area in which the Vauxhall Mokka excels is the level of equipment that comes fitted as standard. For example, every model in the range is available with air conditioning and cruise control - especially handy for long motorway journeys.
There are more and more Mokkas popping up on the Motors.co.uk website from dealers throughout the UK and it's a car well worth considering.