Lease the Opel Mokka-e at a bargain price
Like the Corsa, the second generation of the Opel Mokka is based on the CMP platform. This basis is suitable for both conventional and electric drives, so Opel not only offers the Mokka as a combustion engine, but also as a fully electric Mokka-e. The 4.15 meter long compact SUV delivers 100 kW (136 hp), which is enough for a sprint time of 9.2 seconds from 0-100 km/h. At the same time, Opel specifies a maximum range of 338 kilometers and the Mokka-E can be charged quickly with 100 kW. The base price for the electric SUV is 34,460 euros, but the Opel Mokka-e is much cheaper to lease!
At sparneuwagen.de (cooperation partner of AUTO BILD), private customers can currently lease the Opel Mokka-e Edition for EUR 168 gross per month. As with most electric car leasing deals, there is a one-time special payment of 6,000 euros. This amount will be reimbursed after correct and timely application for the environmental bonus to the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA). But be careful, because the full refund only applies to vehicles that will be delivered and registered in 2022. (maintenance costs calculate? To the car insurance comparison!)
However, the non-binding delivery date of the Mokka-e offered here is January 2023, which means that customers will only be reimbursed part of the special payment. According to the current status, the BAFA bonus will be reduced to an amount of 3000 euros from January 1, 2023, so customers should calculate a one-off special payment of 3000 euros.
Only 5000 free kilometers per year
The contract is concluded for 36 months with just under 5,000 free kilometers per year. With 10,000 free kilometers a year, the monthly rate increases to 188 euros gross. In addition, there is a one-time fee of 950 euros for the provision, resulting in total leasing costs of 9998 euros gross (168 euros times 36 plus 3000 euros plus 950 euros).
There is a freely configurable Opel Mokka-e Edition worth 34,460 euros. Equipment highlights include 16-inch rims, comfort seats, parking assistance, LED headlights and more. If, contrary to expectations, the electric Opel is still delivered and registered in the 2022 calendar year, customers could reap the full BAFA premium. According to sparneuwagen.de, the offer may no longer be available at short notice due to high demand. An overview of all interesting leasing deals can be found here!