Opel Mokka

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Opel Mokka Fast Facts

(Status October 2012)

  • World premiere: Geneva Motor Show, March 2012
  • Launch Date: October 2012 sales start in Germany, Spain, Italy etc., other European countries will follow
  • Base price: 1.6 Liter gasoline version to start at € 18.990,00 incl. VAT (price for German market)
  • Engines/transmissions:
    1.6 l gasoline, 85 kW/115 hp, 5MT-FWD
    1.4 l Turbo gasoline, 103 kW/140 hp, 6MT-AWD
    1.8 l gasoline, 103 kW/140 hp, 5MT-FWD, 6AT-AWD (for Russia only)
    1.7 l CDTI, 96 kW/130 hp, 6MT-FWD, 6MT-AWD, 6AT-FWD
  • Combined fuel consumption and CO2:
    1.7 l CDTI, as low as 4.5 L/100km, 120 g CO2/km
    1.4 l Turbo gasoline, as low as 6.4 l/100 km, 149 g CO2/km
  • New technology: Intelligent AWD system adapts automatically to road conditions
  • Innovations: ergonomic AGR seats, AFL+ adaptive forward lighting and Opel Eye front camera
  • Highlights: FlexFix bike carrier, high seating position, enhanced active/passive safety
  • Dimensions: length 4278 mm, width incl. mirrors 2038 mm, height 1646 mm.
  • Segment: sub compact SUV segment
  • Key Competitors: Nissan Juke, Mitsubishi ASX, Skoda Yeti
  • Target customers: middle aged, mainly male with very active lifestyles who appreciate a compact car that’s full of character and reflects their own personality
  • Appearance: modern and up to date family friendly car but with bold design, to be used in and outside the city
  • Biggest strengths: highly versatile as it can be used in winter conditions (4x4) and on unsurfaced roads as well as for day to day business and leisure trips

 

All data are subject to alteration and refer to the European base model with standard equipment. Fuel consumption data and CO2 emissions data are determined according to regulation 2007/715/EC, taking into consideration the vehicle curb weight, as stipulated by the regulation. Additional equipment can lead to slightly higher fuel consumption and therefore CO2 exhaust emissions than the declared values. In addition, they can raise the vehicle’s curb weight and in some cases also increase the gross vehicle weight, the maximum allowable axle loads and respectively reduce the permitted trailer load. Therefore the maximum speed may be decreased while acceleration time can be increased. The published performance figures are possible with the vehicle’s curb weight excluding driver plus a 200 kilogram load allowance.

Information concerning specifications and equipment applies to the models offered in Germany. There may be differences in other markets. All data on fuel consumption refers to combined fuel consumption of the base model in the European test cycle. Subject to alteration.