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The Vauxhall Mokka is a five-door mini SUV produced since 2012 with sales starting in late 2013. The facelifted model, suffixed with the 'X', was released in 2016 and features a range of updates to build upon the popularity of the former model. The compact crossover segment is highly competitive and rapidly expanding, and the chunky Mokka X has strong competition from the likes of the Nissan Juke, Skoda Yeti and MINI Countryman. However, with its two- and four-wheel drive options and a range of diesel and petrol engines available, the Mokka X has several factors in its favour and remains an excellent contender on the market. The higher position on the road and a generous kit list makes the Mokka X a popular choice for many.
The new Mokka X features a slightly expanded engine range, and is available in a choice of five engines. The 115 PS 1.6-litre petrol, 140 PS 1.4-litre turbo petrol and 130 PS 1.7-litre turbodiesel units are carried over from the previous model, and are all four-cylinder units producing between 113bhp and 138bhp and featuring four-wheel drive on the latter two units. New to the line-up is a higher powered version of the 1.4-litre turbo petrol, and a 135bhp 1.6-litre 'Whisper Diesel'. Steering is light and consistent across the range, and the engines are competitively efficient with relatively low emissions.
There are three trim levels available, and standard equipment is generous; every model comes with dual-zone climate control, USB connectivity, digital radio, cruise control and front and rear parking sensors. Upgrades are also sensibly priced. On top of this, legroom and headroom is better in the Mokka X compared to its rivals, and a family will fit comfortably. The boot is well proportioned with a capacity of 356-litres, with the option to extend this by flipping the rear seats forwards. The Mokka X received a maximum five-star Euro NCAP crash rating in 2012 when tested in its pre-facelifted form, and since then safety features have only improved, making it a very desirable family car.
The Mokka X has built on the success of its older model and remains a reliable option in the mini SUV market, providing family practicality and exhibiting a stylish well-equipped interior.
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