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Vauxhall reduces pricing for Corsa-e and Mokka-e by £3,000

Vauxhall Corsa-e

Vauxhall has cut the price of the Corsa-e and Mokka-e by £3,000, in response to the Government’s reduced plug-in car grant (PiCG).

The price reduction applies to all versions of the two models.

It means the Vauxhall electric car range now starts from £25,805 on-the-road (including PiCG).

Paul Willcox, Managing Director, Vauxhall, said: “Vauxhall wants to move the UK to electric motoring as quickly as possible, which is why we have committed to being an electric-only brand from 2028.

“In light of a further evolution to the Government Plug-in Car Grant, we have taken the decision to change our pricing policy on our all-electric Corsa-e and Mokka-e models.

“With more attainable pricing from significant reductions on both models, as well as the grant, we hope to put zero-emissions-in-use motoring within the reach of even more British motorists.”

The Government cut the grant rates, and changed the eligibility criteria, earlier this month.

The PiCG, which had provided up to  £2,500 towards the purchase of a new electric car, has been cut by £1,000 to £1,500.

The eligibility criteria for the plug-in car grant has also changed. Cars with a recommended retail price (RRP) of £35,000 or less had been eligible, but that has now been reduced by £3,000 to £32,000 or less.

Vauxhall’s price cut follows a round of technical updates to both the Corsa-e and Mokka-e to boost range.

The manufacturer says that on a single charge of its battery, the Corsa-e can now cover up to 222 miles (WLTP), up from 209 miles previously, an increase of around 6%.

The range of the Mokka-e, meanwhile, has increased to 209 miles (WLTP), up from 201 miles previously, an increase of around 4%.

Vauxhall Corsa-e and Mokka-e pricing:


New Price OTR

New Price OTR w/PiCG

























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