Fresh face, fresh content

After selling half a million copies, Opel revived the small SUV Mokka


Geneva will be the place where successful small crossover Opel Mokka will experience its refreshing – now labeled X that will in future be used in crossover that would have emphasized more adventurous spirit. Refreshed interior is instantly recognizable – the new face is characterized by horizontally split grille with moldings shaped wings,sculpture shaped surfaces and less plastic. All this together with LED daytime running lights with graphics-shaped double boomerang gives the Mokka X more muskular view. Rear remains similar impression, while the view from profile almost never pays anything on the small crossover to distinguish it from the previous generation.
The interiors of the new Mokka X is new too. The dashboard is similar to that of the new Astra, and the central console is reshape about the new generations of entertainment systems and connectivity, which with Mokka will become best equipped small crossover market with these technologies. Using touchscreen reduced number of buttons and created an ambience that gives the feeling that you are in a much more expensive vehicle. This will contribute numerous serial and optional technologies – adaptive lights, recognizing road signs warning system when leaving the driving lane which is automatically activated at speeds above 60 km / h and the like.

There is a refreshments and in the mechanics – after the introduction of the quiet 1.6-liter diesel with 110 and 136 KS Mokka in its place will find the new 1.4-liter turbo petrol engine with direct fuel injection and 152 horsepower. This unit of Astra will be combined with sheststepena automation, start-stop system and adjustable drive to all four wheels which can send half the torque and the rear axle.

The new Opel Mokka X will be launched on the European market this autumn.and we are certain that it will justify the expectations of all fans of this type of vehicles



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