We instantly bonded with the quirky Opel Mokka that pedestrians adored.
Both the Mokka Elegance and the Mokka GS Line, has a zippy turbocharged 1,2-litre petrol engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Opel Vizor reminds you of a full-face helmet, with a single element grille, LED headlights and a new logo with the Opel lightning bolt. “Mokka” stretched in a wide landscape format, at the rear emphasise the width of the car.
Minimalist design displays essentials only, unlike crowded dashboards, as Opel designers have placed great emphasis on digital detox. Buttons still control the most important functions without having to navigate through menus.
A feisty all-aluminium petrol engine is economical and delivers 96kW at 5500rpm with plenty of torque.
The Rüsselsheim engineering shaved 120kg off the body weight of its predecessor without compromising on rigidity, which makes the Mokka far more fun to drive.
Innovative luxury car technologies like Forward Collision Warning with Automatic Emergency Braking and Pedestrian Detection on GS Line models work at speeds above 5km/h.
Adaptive cruise control maintains a set safe distance from the vehicle in front, using radar sensors and cameras and can slow down to a stop and go function in traffic jams.
Opel leads in the field of lighting and all versions of the Mokka are equipped with the latest generation LED lights.
The Elegance model is equipped with multimedia radio combining modern connectivity that allows music playback via USB, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and the GS Line has a bigger screen with built-in navigation.
Turbocharged 3-Cylinder Inline 1199 cc
96 kW @ 5500 rpm
230 Nm @1750 rpm
0-100km/h 9,2 sec
Overall Fuel Consumption
6,2 lt/100 km
4-year/60 000 km Service Plan