Vauxhall Mokka X (2012 – 2019) Review
Vauxhall Mokka X (2012 – 2019) At A Glance
Front wheel drive or four wheel drive. Good rear passenger room. Efficient 1.7 CDTi. 140PS 1.4T is the engine of choice. Mokka X much improved. Very few reports of problems.
Not particularly quick or refined. Relatively high list prices (but always heavily discounted). Does not delude you with the quality of its trim.
Prior to the Mokka, apart from the rarely seen Antara (a car outsold by its Chevrolet Captiva counterpart), Vauxhall's current line-up consisted of everyday hatchbacks and MPVs.
The Mokka is Vauxhall's attempt to appeal to outdoorsy family buyers. People who want a practical car but one that makes a statement. So expect to see lots of 'lifestyle' stuff in the marketing. Cue people on beaches kitesurfing. Of course in reality the Mokka is a car that will spend more time in the car park of the local Sainsbury's.
It's not a bad looker though with a distinctive front end that's more aggressive than the usual Vauxhall design along with a sharply rising window line. That said, the rear isn't as successful and overall there's a lot going on. It's certainly not the cleanest of designs. However, the tall shape means there's plenty of space inside with surprising amounts of room for rear passengers, much more than the Nissan Juke – a car Vauxhall is hoping the Mokka will rival.
The line up includes three efficient engines all of which are fitted with a start-stop system. There is a 1.6-litre petrol or a 1.4-litre Turbo petrol. The one diesel is a 1.7 CDTi with 130PS and 300Nm of torque. The latter two engines are available with a six-speed automatic as an option. Most models come with 18-inch alloys as standard.
When it was launched, you could could sum up the biggest problem for the Mokka in two words – Skoda Yeti. The Yeti was a better car in every department from performance and refinement to quality and value for money.
However, in 2016 Vauxhall improved on some of the main criticisms of the Mokka, with the facelift model getting better infotainment and a redesigned interior. Indeed, by 2017 we had only recorded six complaints about the Mokka yet 73 about the Yeti.
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On the inside of an Vauxhall Mokka X (2012 – 2019)
The interior quality is a bit hit and miss. First impressions are good with the usual Vauxhall cabin layout which looks pretty good, helped by touches like the chrome ringed instrument dials and the neat gear lever.
But when you start to investigate you'll find a few rattly bits of trim and some hard plastics. The finish isn't quite as good as it looks. Even the leather on the seats of top spec models feels on the thin side. You don't imagine it would wear well after several years of use.
The boot is usefully large with 356 litres - slightly more than an Astra - and the load area is wide with no load lip. The seats fold down with the usual 60/40 split and the bases flip up, but they don't feel especially sturdy and in terms of flexibility it lags behind other SUVs.
One neat optional feature is the latest generation of the integrated Flex-Fix bicycle carrier that slides out of the rear bumper and can carry up to three bikes at once. Elsewhere there's good storage, but for a family car of this ilk you'd expect a few more useful touches.
Standard features include:
- Switchable Electronic Stability Programme
- Traction Control
- Descent Control System
- Hill Start Assist
- Anti-lock Braking System
- Driver’s and front passenger’s airbags
- Front seat side-impact airbags
- Full-size curtain airbags
- Air conditioning
- Steering column adjustable for reach and rake
- Silver-effect roof rails
- Electrically adjustable/heated door mirrors
- Electrically operated front windows
- CD/MP3 CD player/aux-in socket (CD 400)
- DMB digital radio
- Steering wheel mounted audio controls
- Multi-function trip computer
- Cruise control
- 60/40 split-folding rear seat back
- 16-inch wheels with 205/70 R 16 tyres
- Alloy-effect protective front skid plate
- Side-protection mouldings
- Remote control alarm system with central locking
- Daytime running lights
adds the following over S:
- Dual-zone Electronic Climate Control
- USB connection with iPod control
- Bluetooth® functionality
- Leather-covered steering wheel
- Front centre armrest
- Automatic lighting control
- High beam assist
- Rain-sensitive windscreen wipers
- Electro-chromatic anti-dazzle rear-view mirror
- 230-volt rear power outlet behind front seats
- Electrically foldable door mirrors
- Electrically operated rear windows
- Front fog lights
- Front and rear parking distance sensors
- Stainless steel exhaust tailpipe
- Sterling silver-effect 18-inch alloy wheels with 215/55 R 18 tyres
adds the following over Exclusiv:
- Leather seat facings
- Electrically heated front seats
- Ergonomic sports front seats
- Rear seat centre armrest with drinks holders
- Bi-xenon headlights with dynamic beam levelling
- Adaptive Forward Lighting
- Electrically heated steering wheel
- Driver’s sunglasses holder
- Chrome-effect exterior door handles
- Alloy-effect door sill covers
- Dark-tinted rear windows
- Midnight silver-effect 18-inch alloy wheels with 215/55 R 18 tyres
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Driving Vauxhall Mokka X (2012 – 2019)
The Korean-built Mokka lacks refinement. On the motorway there's a lot of wind noise at 70mph and a suprising amount of road noise too. On the plus side the ride is smooth and it feels stable at high speeds plus it's also more than adequate in corners with decent handling, only let down by a bit too much body roll.
The steering is nice and light in town which makes manouvering into small spaces easy, but rear visibility is severly limited by the thick rear pillars which makes reversing out of supermarket parking spaces tricky. This seems a big oversight for a car that will be used for plenty of urban driving.
The engine line-up is simple – there's a 1.6-litre petrol (front-wheel drive only) with a five-speed manual gearbox along with a 1.4 Turbo that has four-wheel drive as standard. The 140PS turbocharged engine promises much – especially with the 'Turbo' badge emblazoned on the boot - but it feels pretty lacklustre, especially compared to other small turbo petrols like Volkswagen's excellent TSI units.
With 200Nm available from 1850rpm and a six-speed manual gearbox, the 1.4 T should be pretty zesty, especially considering the Mokka only weighs 1350kg, but it lacks poke and has to be worked hard to get any meaningful performance. It's fine around town, but feels lacklustre when you're joining fast flowing traffic or overtaking. On the plus side it returns a reasonable 44.1mpg according to the official figures.
The most popular engine will be the 1.7 CDTi – a mainstay of the Vauxhall range. With 130PS and 300Nm of torque it has the pulling power that the 1.4 Turbo lacks and is the engine best suited to the Mokka, particularly on the motorway. It comes with a nicely positive six-speed manual with either front-wheel drive or 4WD plus there's a six-speed automatic with front-wheel drive.
The all-wheel drive models have an on-demand system, so in normal driving all the power is sent to the front wheels. However, if it detects a break in grip it can transfer the power up to a 50/50 split. Useful in snow and ice. There's also hill start assist and hill descent control - which controls the speed of the car down steep slopes - as standard.
Like all the engines, the CDTi has start/stop as standard and the good news is that the manual front-wheel drive version averages a claimed 62.8mpg with CO2 emissions of 120g/km, meaning cheap annual VED. The bad news is that the diesel engine really lacks refinement. It's noisy, both on start up and when revved, while there's a lot of clatter when pulling from low revs.
|1.2 Turbo 100||-||10.6 s||125–127 g/km|
|1.2 Turbo 110||-||10.6 s||127 g/km|
|1.2 Turbo 130||-||9.1 s||126 g/km|
|1.2 Turbo 130 Automatic||-||9.2 s||137 g/km|
|1.4 Turbo 140||41–47 mpg||9.3–9.4 s||139–154 g/km|
|1.4 Turbo 140 4x4||39–44 mpg||9.4 s||149–154 g/km|
|1.4 Turbo 140 Automatic||40–42 mpg||10.1 s||116–162 g/km|
|1.4 Turbo 153||42 mpg||-||150 g/km|
|1.4 Turbo 153 Automatic 4x4||44 mpg||-||150 g/km|
|1.5 Turbo D 100||-||10.8 s||116 g/km|
|1.5 Turbo D 110||-||10.8 s||114–116 g/km|
|1.6||42–44 mpg||11.9 s||153–158 g/km|
|1.6 CDTi 110||66–71 mpg||11.7 s||105–114 g/km|
|1.6 CDTi 110 ecoFLEX||69–72 mpg||11.7 s||103–109 g/km|
|1.6 CDTi 136||58–69 mpg||9.3–11.7 s||106–149 g/km|
|1.6 CDTi 136 4WD||-||-||127–146 g/km|
|1.6 CDTi 136 4x4||60 mpg||9.7 s||124 g/km|
|1.6 CDTi 136 Automatic||55–57 mpg||10.3 s||132–149 g/km|
|1.7 CDTi||63 mpg||10.0 s||120 g/km|
|1.7 CDTi 4x4||58 mpg||10.4 s||129 g/km|
|1.7 CDTi Automatic||53 mpg||10.9 s||139 g/km|
Vauxhall Mokka X (2012 – 2019) Models and Specs
|Kerb Weight||1260–1650 kg|
|Boot Space||350–1372 L|
|Warranty||3 years / 60000 miles|
|Alternative||Full-size spare wheel|
|Road Tax Bands||B–G|
|Official MPG||38.7–72.4 mpg|
|Euro NCAP Safety Ratings|
On sale until January 2022
On sale until December 2020
On sale until October 2018
|1.6 CDTi 110 Active ecoTEC Start+Stop 5dr||£22,845||72.4 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110 Design Nav ecoTEC Start+Stop 5dr||£20,845||72.4 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110 Elite Nav ecoTEC Start+Stop 5dr||£26,045||72.4 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110ps Elite ecoTEC Start+Stop 5dr||£25,345||72.4 mpg||-|
On sale until July 2018
On sale until October 2017
|1.4T 140 Design Nav 4X4 Start+Stop 5dr||£19,940||43.5 mpg||-|
|1.4T 140ps Active 4X4 Start+Stop 5dr||£22,100||43.5 mpg||-|
|1.4T 153 Design Nav 4X4 Auto Start+Stop 5dr||£21,200||43.5 mpg||-|
|1.4T 153ps Active 4X4 Auto Start+Stop 5dr||£23,360||43.5 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110 Design Nav Start+Stop 5dr||£19,565||70.6 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110ps Active Start+Stop 5dr||£21,565||70.6 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110ps Elite Nav Start+Stop 5dr||£24,765||70.6 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 110ps Elite Start+Stop 5dr||£24,065||70.6 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 136 Design Nav Start+Stop 5dr||£19,915||65.7 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 136ps Active Start+Stop 5dr||£21,915||65.7 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 136ps Elite Nav Start+Stop 5dr||£25,115||65.7 mpg||-|
|1.6 CDTi 136ps Elite Start+Stop 5dr||£24,415||65.7 mpg||-|
On sale until July 2017
On sale until April 2017
On sale until August 2015
On sale until December 2012
|4 X 4|
|S 1.6 16v Start/Stop 5dr||£16,995||43.5 mpg||-|
- Five Star Euro NCAP rating: 96% adult protection, 90% child protection, 63% pedestrian protection and 86% for safety assist.
- Rear seats fold flat.
- Load length rear seats to tailgate: 720 mm
- Load length front seats to tailgate: 1480 mm
- Load width (narrowest): 920 mm
- Load width max: 1000mm
- Load height at hatchback: 790 mm
What to watch out for
Excessive oil consumption reported by 2013 Vauxhall Mokka 1.7 CDTI engine.12-04-2015:
2014/64 Vauxhall Mokka 1.7 CDTI used for repeated short runs from cold clogged its DPF by 2,391 miles. Owner charged £263 for forced DPF regeneration. Important for owners with this old diesel engine fitted with a DPF to run their cars on high quality diesel such as Shell V-Power Nitro Plus diesel and to take them on reular longer runs of at least 30 miles to give the DPF a chance to regenerate.26-07-2015:
Clutch and DMF failure reported on 2014 Vauxhall Mokka 1.4T petrol 4WD at 9,079. Freed off by mechanic but burned out at 9,926 miles. Quoted £1,211.27 to replace clutch complete with flywheel. Possibly caused by failure of clutch slave cylinder.20-08-2016:
Report of driver's seat of 2013 Vauxhall Mokka beginning to squeak. Back support frame turned out to be faulty. Vauxhall will contribute 70% of cost of replacement leaving 13 stone owner to pay £330.26-09-2016:
Reader found that his 2014 Mokka diesel would not go more than 15mph ofter refuelling. Tried tightening the fuel cap and had no further problem. Handbook states, after filling with doesel to tighten the filler cap until it clicks. The reason is that it is a breather cap and needs to be in a certain position to allow air into the tank so that fuel can be pumped out.22-07-2017:
Report of anti skid/traction control light coming on in November 2016 Vauxhall Mokka 1.4T auto at 5500 miles. Dealer investigated and diagnosed a faulty wiring loom. Had to photograph the wiring details so that a new wiring loom could be made up. 24 hours later Vauxhall instructed dealer to take the car off the road as there was a possibility that the brakes might fail. Owner has now waited 11 weeks for the replacement part that has repeatedly not arrived when promised.11-12-2017:
Report of 28k mile 2014 Vauxhall Mokka CDTI randomly failing to start. Yellow Malfunction light comes one, but engine rattles as if firing on 2 or 3 clinders, them stops. Car run on mix of short and long journeys. Usually, after locking the car, removing the keys, waiting 15+ minutes, then re-trying it has started as normal. Dealer diagnosis shows no fault codes. Probably one or two glowplugs failing to glow.05-07-2018:
Mysterious fault reported with 2014 Vauxhall Mokka. Refused to start. AA looked at it. Local mechanic looked at it. Then sent to local Arnold Clark Vauxhall dealer. No one has been able to find out what is wrong with it. Arnold Clark is replacing the ECU and if that works it will cost £1500. (Might be nothing more then moisure in the connecting block between the ECU and the wiring loom.)06-01-2019:
Report of failure of servo valve inside servo valve box of 6-speed torque converter auto of Vauxhall Mokka X. Apparently a 5 week wait for the replacement part.22-03-2019:
Report of alloy wheels of 2016 Vauxhall Mokka 1.6 SE CTDI peeling on the inside and blistering around the rims. The car was bought used on Network Q at 7 months old with 9k miles; now has 22k miles.01-07-2019:
Report of clutch pedal of 2014/64 Vauxhall Mokka "failing" at 37k miles due to hydraulic leak (presumed clutch slave cylinder leak onto clutch plates). Clutch needed to be replaced.02-10-2019:
Report of electric power steering motor failing on 7th September on recently purchased 29k miles 2014 Vaixhall Mokka. Owner in a courtesy car waiting for parts from Germany to repair it.03-10-2019:
Complaint that a 2017 Vauxhall Mokka had a fault that "almost caused it to catch fire." Owner was driving the car on the M25, a warning message came up on the dash to say oil engine low stop engine. Owner could not stop as was on the M25 and there was no hard shoulder. Within a few minutes the power in the car dropped from approx. 60-70 to 10 miles per hour. Owner managed to "crawl" for a couple of hundred yards into the nearest layby and called her insurance for roadside assistance. They sent out a driver to load the car on the back of a truck and bring it back to her home address. The breakdown man popped the bonnet and saw melted cable, burnt cables, loose wiring, etc., he told the owner she was lucky it didn't catch fire. She called her mechanic who advised her that it looked like a technical fault and that it would need to go to Vauxhall. She managed to get it booked in (about 10 days later). Various delays ensued. Mysteriously the Vauxhall dealership manager told her that she would have to raise a customer care case with Vauxhall. (Even though she bough the car from that dealer chain). Customer Care asked her to undergo a 20 minute questionnaire. She had to give a statement about what happened. She was told that they would contact the dealer and that a Vauxhall technician may have to go and see the car. No one would tell her if it could can be repaired will need to be replaced, or if the wiring fault is covered under warranty. Last update she was told she should hear from Vauxhall Customer Care by the end of the following week. (She told us nothing since.)26-10-2019:
Report of clutch and dual mass flywheel failure at 4,500 miles in 2018 Mokka X 1.4T, purchased in February 2019 at 2,500 miles. Dealer repaired at a cost of £1700. See 26-7-2015.02-11-2019:
Report of rear differential case of 2013 Vauxhall Mokka 4x4 rusting through. Temporarily repaired with 'liquid metal', but, despite less than 6 years old, Vauxhall said not covered as out of warranty. Questionmark as to whether car has been standing in salty water for extended periods.04-12-2019:
Vauxhall Mokka X dropped from Vauxhall range due to conflict with Crossland X, Peugeot 2008 and Citroen C3 Aircross.17-12-2019:
Report of 2015 Vauxhall Mokka 1.4T reqauiring a new windscreen wiper motor at 12,000 miles at a cost of £435. Vauxhall turned down a claim for goodwill.
- January 2012: New Mokka first shown
- June 2012: Full details of the Mokka revealed
- August 2015: 1.6-litre CDTi engine now available in Mokka
- September 2016: Vauxhall Mokka X announced
- October 2018
- December 2019
New Mokka first shown
Vauxhall unveiled the Mokka which is 4.28 metres long, yet despite its neat dimensions can accommodate five adults.
It can be specified with all-wheel drive that seamlessly shifts torque to the rear wheels when required for better traction and handling. Power is provided by three efficient engines, all equipped with fuel saving Start/Stop technology. The petrol offer comprises a 115PS, 1.6-litre naturally-aspirated engine or a 140PS 1.4-litre Turbo with 200Nm of torque. The diesel is a 130PS 1.7 CDTI turbo with 300Nm of torque. Both the 1.4 Turbo and the 1.7 CDTI can be combined either with six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmissions.
The Mokka introduces new cutting edge technologies to the SUV B-segment, such as a string of Driver Assistance Systems at the hub of which is the Vauxhall Front Camera-there is also a rear view camera. In addition to a generous cargo volume, the Mokka offers the fully integrated, latest generation Flex-Fix bicycle carrier that is exclusive to Vauxhall. The user-friendly carrier is fully integrated in the rear underbody, functioning like a drawer and accommodating up to three bicycles at a time.
In the interior, the new Mokka displays typical Vauxhall values such as versatility and user-friendly functionality, providing up to 1,372-litres of load space and 19 storage locations.
The new Vauxhall Mokka will be available in Front-Wheel and All-Wheel Drive. The All-Wheel Drive System ensures a high level of stability and safety, extending Mokka’s capabilities to more rugged environments. When handling and traction are put to the test, the system automatically and seamlessly transfers power to the rear wheels.
Standard features that enhance the driving experience across all models include Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Traction Control (TC) as well as Hill Start Assist (HAS) and Hill Descent Control (HDC ) systems – which improve driving comfort and safety in uphill or downhill terrain.
The Vauxhall Mokka brings cutting-edge upmarket technologies to the SUV B-segment. The Advanced Adaptive Forward Lighting (AFL+) which increases driving safety is based on the Bi-Xenon lighting system that includes High Beam Assist (HBA). The new generation Vauxhall front camera system is also available, giving the driver access to a number of functions including Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Forward Collision Alert (FCA) and second generation Traffic Sign Recognition.
Full details of the Mokka revealed
Vauxhall will expand its range later this year with the addition of the Mokka SUV, which is available to order from today at a starting price of £16,995.
The new model will enter the growing sub-compact SUV B-segment, but despite its compact 4.28 metre length can accommodate five adults in comfort. Its key rivals will be cars like the Skoda Yeti and from Nissan, the Juke and Qashqai. Like all Vauxhalls, the Mokka comes with Vauxhall Lifetime Warranty.
Available in three trims – S, Exclusiv and SE – the Mokka comes with generous levels of standard equipment, including DMB (Digital Media Broadcast) radio, air conditioning, Descent Control System, cruise control, aux-in and a multi-function trip computer.
Three engines, ranging in power from 115 to 140PS, will be available from launch. The 1.6-litre petrol produces 115PS and 155Nm of torque, and with its standard Start/Stop system delivers a combined 43.5mpg. With 140PS, the 1.4-litre turbo is the Mokka’s most powerful petrol engine and brings with it standard four-wheel drive and sub-150g CO2 emissions.
The Mokka has a choice of two diesel models, both of which use Vauxhall’s 1.7 CDTi 130PS engine, with CO2 emissions as low as 124g/km. In front-wheel drive form, the 1.7 CDTi is available with a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission, and with all-wheel drive the Mokka comes with the six-speed manual only. Like the petrol-powered cars, all manual models have Vauxhall’s fuel-saving Start/Stop system as standard.
The Mokka has been designed to perform efficiently in urban environments, but with the ability to be driven off-road when the need arises. Both front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models are available, with the AWD system being fully adaptive. When the vehicle’s being driven on smooth, dry surfaces all drive is sent to the front wheels for maximum efficiency. But when the road surface is slippery, as much as 50 per cent of the drive automatically and seamlessly is diverted to the rear axle. The entire AWD system weighs just 65kgs, benefitting handling and fuel economy.
A variety of state-of-the-art driver-assistance systems will be available in the Mokka. The Vauxhall Front Camera – first seen in the latest Insignia, and also the new Zafira Tourer – gives drivers access to Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Forward Collision Alert, as well as a rear-view camera, which works with park-assist sensors front and rear.
Reinforcing its role as a recreational car for families, the Mokka also has the option of Vauxhall’s latest generation FlexFix rear bicycle carrier. The carrier is fully integrated into the rear bumper, and slides out like a drawer to accept up to three bicycles at a time. The system even allows easy access to the tailgate/cargo area when the bikes are on the carrier.
Standard on all Mokkas is a comprehensive package of safety systems, including Electronic Stability Control, Traction Control, Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control, providing drivers with reassurance, no matter if they’re on or off-road. HDC is an excellent ally when a driver is descending a steep hill, when it determines and limits the speed of the vehicle, meaning that the brakes need not be applied.
|RRP(£)||VAT (£)||Total (£)||On-the-Road (£)|
|1.6 16v 115PS S/S 5-spd||13,391.67||2,678.33||16,070.00||16,995.00|
|1.6 16v 115PS S/S 5-spd||14,225.00||2,845.00||17,070.00||17,995.00|
|1.4 16v Turbo 140PS S/S 6-spd 4x4||16,091.67||3,218.33||19,310.00||20,200.00|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S 6-spd||15,575.00||3,115.00||18,690.00||19,445.00|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS 6-spd Auto||16,295.83||3,259.17||19,555.00||20,445.00|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S 6-spd 4x4||16,762.50||3,352.50||20,115.00||20,990.00|
|1.6 16v 115PS S/S 5-spd||16,308.33||3,261.67||19,570.00||20,495.00|
|1.4 16v Turbo 140PS S/S 6-spd 4x4||18,175.00||3,635.00||21,810.00||22,700.00|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S 6-spd||17,658.33||3,531.67||21,190.00||21,945.00|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS 6-spd Auto||18,379.17||3,675.83||22,055.00||22,945.00|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S 6-spd 4x4||18,845.83||3,769.17||22,615.00||23,490.00|
|1.6 16v VVT 115PS S/S||106 mph||12.2 secs|
|1.4 16v Turbo 140PS S/S 4x4||116 mph||9.6 secs|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S||116 mph||9.6 secs|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS Auto||114 mph||10.4 secs|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S 4x4||114 mph||10.2 secs|
Provisional Fuel Economy (mpg)
|1.6 16v VVT 115PS S/S||32.8||53.3||43.5||153|
|1.4 16v Turbo 140PS S/S 4x4||34.0||55.4||44.8||149|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S||48.7||68.9||60.1||124|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS Auto||42.2||60.1||51.4||144|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS S/S 4x4||45.6||64.2||55.4||134|
|1.6 16v VVT|
|Max. output PS:||115 @ 6000|
|Max. torque:||155 Nm @ 4000|
|Number of cylinders||4|
|Cubic capacity in cm³||1598|
|1.4 16v Turbo|
|Max. output PS:||140 @ 4900|
|Max. torque:||200 Nm @ 4900|
|Number of cylinders||4|
|Cubic capacity in cm³||1364|
|1.7 CDTi 130PS|
|Max. output PS:||130 @ 4000|
|Max. torque:||300 Nm @ 2000-2500|
|Number of cylinders||4|
|Cubic capacity in cm³||1686|
|Fuel tank capacity||54 litres|
1.6-litre CDTi engine now available in Mokka
Vauxhall Mokka X announced
In UK showrooms from October 2016 with refreshed interior, new powertrain and featuring OnStar and Apple CarPlay.
New front treatment is aligns with Vauxhall’s new design philosophy including a wing-shaped horizontal front grille and dominant, sharp double-wing signature of the LED daytime running lights. Double wing signature at rear highlights in the tail lamps, with LED tail lamps optional. New colours include ‘Amber Orange’ and ‘Lava Red’. On the inside, the Mokka X has a completely new dashboard inspired by the new Astra.
New generation 1.4-litre 152PS Direct Injection Turbo petrol engine that first appeared in the Astra. With a six-speed automatic transmission, adaptive all-wheel drive and start/stop, this Mokka achieves 43.5mpg* and CO2 emissions of 150g/km*.
LED Adaptive Forward Lighting headlamps also feature. The new AFL LED system adapts the headlights’ lighting patterns automatically to the driving situation so that the best possible light performance is given without dazzling other road users.
|PRICE||VAT||TOTAL||On the road|
|£||£||£||£||CO 2 *|
|Manual 1.6 S/S 115 PS||15,595.83||3,119.17||18,715.00||19,655.00||155|
|Manual 1.4T S/S 140 PS||16,187.50||3,237.50||19,425.00||20,310.00||140|
|Manual 1.4T S/S AWD 140 PS||17,591.67||3,518.33||21,110.00||22,050.00||152|
|Automatic 1.4T 140 PS||16,950.00||3,390.00||20,340.00||21,240.00||149|
|Automatic 1.4T S/S AWD 152 PS||18,675.00||3,735.00||22,410.00||23,310.00||150|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 110 PS||17,300.00||3,460.00||20,760.00||21,515.00||105|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 110 PS||17,300.00||3,460.00||20,760.00||21,515.00||103|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 136 PS||17,591.67||3,518.33||21,110.00||21,865.00||106|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 136 PS||17,591.67||3,518.33||21,110.00||21,865.00||114|
|Automatic 1.6CDTi 136 PS||18,320.83||3,664.17||21,985.00||22,870.00||132|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S AWD 136 PS||19,008.33||3,801.67||22,810.00||23,565.00||124|
|Manual 1.6 S/S 115 PS||13,875.00||2,775.00||16,650.00||17,590.00||155|
|Manual 1.4T S/S 140 PS||14,520.83||2,904.17||17,425.00||18,310.00||140|
|Manual 1.4T S/S AWD 140 PS||15,791.67||3,158.33||18,950.00||19,890.00||152|
|Automatic 1.4T 140 PS||15,283.33||3,056.67||18,340.00||19,240.00||149|
|Automatic 1.4T S/S AWD 152 PS||16,875.00||3,375.00||20,250.00||21,150.00||150|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 110 PS||15,633.33||3,126.67||18,760.00||19,515.00||105|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 110 PS||15,633.33||3,126.67||18,760.00||19,515.00||103|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 136 PS||15,925.00||3,185.00||19,110.00||19,865.00||106|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 136 PS||15,925.00||3,185.00||19,110.00||19,865.00||114|
|Automatic 1.6CDTi 136 PS||16,662.50||3,332.50||19,995.00||20,880.00||132|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S AWD 136 PS||17,341.67||3,468.33||20,810.00||21,565.00||124|
|Manual 1.6 S/S 115 PS||17,679.17||3,535.83||21,215.00||22,155.00||155|
|Manual 1.4T S/S 140 PS||18,270.83||3,654.17||21,925.00||22,810.00||140|
|Manual 1.4T S/S AWD 140 PS||19,675.00||3,935.00||23,610.00||24,550.00||152|
|Automatic 1.4T 140 PS||19,033.33||3,806.67||22,840.00||23,740.00||149|
|Automatic 1.4T S/S AWD 152 PS||20,758.33||4,151.67||24,910.00||25,810.00||150|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 110 PS||19,383.33||3,876.67||23,260.00||24,015.00||105|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 110 PS||19,383.33||3,876.67||23,260.00||24,015.00||103|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 136 PS||19,675.00||3,935.00||23,610.00||24,365.00||106|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 136 PS||19,675.00||3,935.00||23,610.00||24,365.00||114|
|Automatic 1.6CDTi 136 PS||20,404.17||4,080.83||24,485.00||25,370.00||132|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S AWD 136 PS||21,091.67||4,218.33||25,310.00||26,065.00||124|
|Manual 1.6 S/S 115 PS||18,262.50||3,652.50||21,915.00||22,855.00||155|
|Manual 1.4T S/S 140 PS||18,854.17||3,770.83||22,625.00||23,510.00||140|
|Manual 1.4T S/S AWD 140 PS||20,258.33||4,051.67||24,310.00||25,250.00||152|
|Automatic 1.4T 140 PS||19,616.67||3,923.33||23,540.00||24,440.00||149|
|Automatic 1.4T S/S AWD 152 PS||21,341.67||4,268.33||25,610.00||26,510.00||150|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 110 PS||19,966.67||3,993.33||23,960.00||24,715.00||105|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 110 PS||19,966.67||3,993.33||23,960.00||24,715.00||103|
|Manual 1.6CDTi EcoFLEX S/S 136 PS||20,258.33||4,051.67||24,310.00||25,065.00||106|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S 136 PS||20,258.33||4,051.67||24,310.00||25,065.00||114|
|Automatic 1.6CDTi 136 PS||20,987.50||4,197.50||25,185.00||26,070.00||132|
|Manual 1.6CDTi S/S AWD 136 PS||21,675.00||4,335.00||26,010.00||26,765.00||124|
Haynes manual now available for Vauxhall/OpelMokka 2012 to 2016. Covers: Vauxhall/Opel Mokka 1.4 litre (1364cc) petrol; Vauxhall/Opel Mokka 1.6 litre (1598cc) petrol; Vauxhall/Opel Mokka 1.6 litre (1598cc) diesel; Vauxhall/Opel Mokka 1.7 litre (1686cc) diesel. 2WD and 4WD. Does NOT cover ‘Mokka X’ range introduced October 2016 or dual fuel (LPG) models. Price £16.99. From http://www.haynes.com
Vauxhall Mokka X dropped from Vauxhall range due to conflict with Crossland X, Peugeot 2008 and Citroen C3 Aircross.