New 2016 Vauxhall Mokka Quotes

Performance

The 1.7-litre diesel engine with 128bhp is perhaps the pick of the range with plenty of torque giving it the overtaking power you need with motorway driving. Otherwise the 114bhp 1.6-litre petrol is a more than capable to city run-around while the 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol is more powerful for those who want that bit extra. The stiff suspension keeps the Mokka upright round bendy roads and the steering is weighted enough to provide a decent drive.

Running Costs

With a return of 62.8mpg and CO2 emissions at a low 120g/km (with a six-speed manual gearbox), the 1.7-litre diesel provides great economy in the Mokka range. Choose an automatic gearbox with stop-start technology and these figures drop to 53.3mpg and 139g/km. The petrol options may be a bit pricier to run but servicing costs are still low and 100,000 mile warranty offers further peace of mind.

Equipment

Four trim levels are available for the Mokka: S, Exclusiv, Tech Line and SE. There’s an impressive array of technology even in the entry level S model. Air-con, electric front windows, cruise control and DAB radio all come as standard. At Exclusiv level you get Bluetooth, leather steering wheel, climate control and alloy wheels while Tech Line and SE give additional equipment such as sat-nav, heated sports seats, adaptive Bi-xenon lights and sunglasses holder. Order a brochure to see the full sets of equipment available across the range plus additional extras.