We had expected to get final regulatory approval to re-enter the UK market with 56 Limited Edition petrol powered MOKEs last month (it’s been 56 years since the Mini MOKE was first launched here!). Given COVID-19 however, this has been delayed. We cannot make any guarantees but anticipate having approval and being ready to ship the first cars by the end of July. Accordingly we have extended our launch offer of £19,995 for a base model (incl VAT) until the 31st August. See p.15 of the UK Info Pack for more details on what is/isn’t included. The Limited Edition cars will be stamped with ‘x/56’ under the bonnet, with some other subtle, distinguishing features elsewhere (TBC). We are in final round talks with distributors re showrooms, test drives and after sales and will keep anyone on the waiting list posted.
We are in final round talks with dealers re showrooms, test drives, after-sales etc and can keep you posted.
We expect to launch a MOKE in the EU at the end of the year when we release a full speed electric MOKE with full regulatory approval (emissions etc) and EU homologation. Please mail us at email@example.com to join the waiting list.
The classic 4-seater petrol engine MOKE is currently on offer in various ‘Rest of the World’ countries at EUR (€) 19 000 ex works (Cerizay, France)*
Each MOKE vehicle has a 2 year warranty period starting from the purchase date. This warranty covers the replacement (or repair) of defective recognised parts (and associated labour costs)
The MOKE is engineered in the UK and the frame is made of British steel. These frames are then sent to our factory in Brittany, France cars where they are e-‘dipped’ (using an anti-corrosion cataphoresis process), painted, manufactured and assembled. We are an Approved European Exporter and ship our cars ‘ex works’ from France.
We expect to launch the first genuine full-speed electric MOKE at the end of 2020. We will start selling this in the EU and USA before moving further afield. Please mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to join the waiting list. The size of waiting lists will partly decide which countries we launch in next!