THE new Vauxhall Mokka will be priced from Â£20,735 the company has announced - an increase of around Â£1,000 over the current car.
It is due to arrive in April next year and the 22 model range will top out at £34,970 for an all-electric version in top grade Launch Edition specification.
Prices for the electric Mokka-e will start from £30,840 once the Government grant for low emission models has been taken into account.
Three 1.2-litre petrol powertrains will be offered in the non-electric cars and the line up will also include a 1.5-litre diesel which will cost from £22,535.
Both the Mokka and the Mokka-e have Vauxhall's new design features which include a ‘Vizor' front end that incorporates a different style for the brand's Griffin logo which will also be seen on all future Vauxhalls.
Built on the PSA Group's common modular platform also used by Citroen and Peugeot cars, the latest Mokka is up to 120kg lighter than the current SUV and is said to be more agile.
Boot space is similar at 350 litres on all versions while the interior comes with what Vauxhall calls a Pure Panel display where two screens sit behind a single panel. The system comes with the latest infotainment features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
The electric Mokka-e models feature a 50kWh lithium-ion battery and a 100kW (136hp) electric motor with 260Nm of torque as standard.
The Mokka-e also comes with a standard 11kW on-board charger and under preliminary WLTP tests, the Mokka-e has a range of up to 201 miles from a single charge.