Theoretically, the advantage of the PSA Group’s (and thus Opel) cars with internal combustion and electric engines being built on a common basis and body is that the number of production units can be flexibly adapted to customer needs; theoretically. In practice, Opel finally has a car that it can sell, the Mokka, but it can’t deliver enough of it. In the main markets, orders for the Mokka and Mokka models have been collected since September 2019, with the latter now suspended because they simply cannot say a date for when they will be able to deliver cars; Definitely not in 2021. In addition, not only did they stop collecting orders, but hundreds of customers were told to terminate the contract, instead being encouraged to buy Corsa on favorable terms. The unexpected success of the Opel Mokka is also due to generous German electric car support, the model, offered at a list price of € 34,110, is now available for € 24,540, moving it to the level of a petrol (130 hp) automatic transmission model.
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