Following the unveiling of the all-new Mokka-e in June, Vauxhall have now revealed the internal combustion engine variants of this new subcompact crossover.
It’s almost impossible to notice any difference from a styling perspective between the ICE-powered Mokka and the electric Mokka-e. The only notable difference is the addition of tailpipe trims and the lack of “e” badges. The Mokka, powered by petrol and diesel engines, adopts the same Vizor front and the Pure Panel horizontally stretched instrument panel found in all new Vauxhall models.
The new SRi trim, however, provides a sportier look than Mokka has seen before. On the outside, this trim level features a red signature daylight opening, high-gloss black Vizor, eye-catching black alloys, a two-tone roof, and black exterior trim elements including badges. Inside the cabin, the SRi adopts specific front seat fabric, red instrument panel trim and black headliner.
The Mokka offers customers the alternative of two petrol engines and one diesel engine. The range starts with a 1.2 litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol, offering 100PS and 205 Nm of torque. This engine is matched with a six-speed manual gearbox.
Next up is a more powerful variant of the 1.2 litre turbo, offering 130PS and 230Nm of torque, with the choice of a six-speed manual and eight-speed automatic transmission.
The diesel engine on offer is a 1.5 litre four-cylinder rated at 110PS and 250Nm of torque. This offers a six-speed manual gearbox and is the most economical of the engine choices, averaging 3.8 l/100 km (74.3 mpg
On the tech front, Vauxhall say the 2021 Mokka offers innovations from those of a higher vehicle class. Features include the Advanced Cruise Control and Active Lane Positioning systems, IntelliLux LED matrix headlights, 180-degree panorama rear-view camera and automatic park assist, plus more.
Infotainment on board offers a Multimedia Radio and Multimedia Navi interfaces with a 7-inch touchscreen unit and top-of-the-line system Multimedia Navi Pro with a high-res 10-inch touchscreen. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility is available, and can be combined with a digital instrument panel up to 12-inches in size.
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