The new Vauxhall Mokka hits UK showrooms in November priced from £16,995. Three engines are available from launch
8 June 2012

Vauxhall’s rival to the Nissan Juke and Ford Ecosport – the new Vauxhall Mokka – goes on sale this November priced from £16,995.

Vauxhall’s high-riding five-seater (based on GM’s Gamma II platform) comes in three trim levels – S, Exclusiv and SE – and is available with the choice of three engines from launch.

These include the entry-level 113bhp 1.6-litre petrol, turbocharged 138bhp 1.4 petrol (4x4 as standard) and the firm’s 128bhp 1.7CDTi unit. 

Standard equipment on S-spec models include air-conditioning, 16-inch alloys, daytime running lights, hill start assist, digital radio and cruise control. 

Exclusiv spec adds Bluetooth, parking sensors and 18-inch alloys on to the list, while range-topping SE Mokkas include heated leather seats, tinted glass, chrome-effect door handles and adaptive headlights. 

The most frugal front-wheel-drive, six-speed manual diesel Mokka achieves a claimed 60.1mpg with 124g/km CO2, while the most powerful car in the range -  the 138bhp 1.4T – will achieve 44.8mpg and 149g/km CO2. Entry-level five-speed 1.6-litre cars achieve 43.5mpg with 153g/km CO2. 

Vauxhall Mokka pricing

S

1.6 stop-start 5-spd: £16,995

Exclusiv  

1.6 stop-start 5-spd: £17,995

1.4 Turbo stop-start 6-spd 4x4: £20,200

1.7 CDTi stop-start 6-spd: £19,445

1.7 CDTi stop-start 6-spd Auto: £20,445

1.7 CDTi stop-start 6-spd 4x4: £20,990

SE 

1.6 stop-start 5-spd: £20,495

1.4 Turbo stop-start 6-spd 4x4: £22,700

1.7 CDTi stop-start 6-spd: £21,945

1.7 CDTi stop-start 6-spd Auto: £22,945

1.7 CDTi stop-start 6-spd 4x4: £23,490

 

 

 

 

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8 June 2012

Don't like the car particularly and I can't believe you have to have 4x4 if you want the 1.4 turbo.  As well as costing more it totally screws the mpg too (Astra with same engine gets 49 mpg this gets 44.8mpg) some 8% worse!

I hate the way manufacturers force things on customers.

 

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9 June 2012

If you want a 1.4T that does 49mpg then buy the Astra! this is an SUV/Crossover, I am the opposite it annoys me they make 2 wheel drive versions - whats the point of that? they make hatchbacks for people that want cars, MPV's for people that need more space if they are going to make an SUV/crossover they should concentrate on making it 4 wheel drive and perform the best it can.

~~~ damn I forgot to quote the first post ~~ and I can't delete this one and start again, no wonder I can't be bothered posting here much now ~~~

 

8 June 2012

Could someone please answer a question for me - is the Mokka available with stop-start?

8 June 2012

Kiernan wrote:

Could someone please answer a question for me - is the Mokka available with stop-start?

I don't know. Let me look in to that for you....

 

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8 June 2012

According to the Vauxhall website all manual versions have stop start as standard.

A techline spec is also available from £15.995 which looks like a Exclusiv with sat nav.

8 June 2012

Has anyone else noticed the more-than-passing resemblance between the Mokka and the Suzuki SX4?

8 June 2012

Though this report is short & sweet I have been told an important fact often missing from so many car reviews which tell everybody all it's vital statistics except how many seats it has. Vital to somebody I presume!

 Offence can only be taken not given- so give it back!

8 June 2012

DBtechnician - 2 in the front, 3 in the back, although the middle rear one may be a little tight, there are seatbelts for 3 in the rear anyway...

8 June 2012

Of course this is not a Vauxhall or even an Opel, but a rebadged Diawoo in its entirety. As such it is not bad, but it is a LONG way from European standards. We know the Americans will lap it up, I wont get into that, but for us Europeans I wish they would stop trying to pull the wool over the masses ignorance

what's life without imagination

8 June 2012

5wheels wrote:

Of course this is not a Vauxhall or even an Opel, but a rebadged Diawoo in its entirety. As such it is not bad, but it is a LONG way from European standards. We know the Americans will lap it up, I wont get into that, but for us Europeans I wish they would stop trying to pull the wool over the masses ignorance

Ok... for a start, what on earth is a Diawoo? Secondly, this is built on the current Corsa platform and has nothing to do with DAEWOO.  It's a GM product that will be sold under its various brands including Vauxhall, Opel and Buick.  What's more - how do you know it's a long way from European standards? Have you driven it? Sat in it? Even seen it? I doubt that.

Please don't talk like you know what you're talking about when you quite clearly don't.  Oh, and learn how to spell.  You just look stupid.

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