MEET THE NEW VAUXHALL MOKKA 2021​

Coming to our showroom this March, we are delighted to meet the All-NEW Mokka. The  brand new face of Vauxhall design.

The All-new Mokka is a genuine game-changer, featuring a bold, redesigned front, unmistakable style and a clean, minimalist interior.

Available in Electric, Petrol or Diesel.

The Petrol and Diesel engines feature start/stop technology, all-new 9-speed automatic 1.2 (130ps) petrol engine available, all engines are turbocharged. Choice of two petrol engines (100ps and 130ps) and one diesel engine (110ps).

The Electric range features a 201- mile range (Preliminary WLTP), 0g/km CO2 so its great for the environment too. A full charge overnight in 7.5 hours and up to 80% charge in 30 minutes.

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

​Bold. Modern. Sculpted. The Vauxhall Vizor is the future face of Vauxhall. The front grille really makes a statement and is integrated with stylish LED headlights. Stunning to look at, impossible to ignore.

PURE AND SIMPLE DESIGN

We’ve made the switch to a sleek, simple interior that’s light on buttons and dials, and features an all-new high-tech cockpit. Fully digital and intelligently organised, Pure Panel features two easy-to-use large displays that seamlessly integrate into one flush horizontal format, showing all the information you need. 

STAY ENTERTAINED

Experience complete connectivity with Mokka’s easy-to-use HD touchscreen. Thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, your phone seamlessly links to your car. Wireless charging keeps your handset topped up. And the Navi system guides the way to your destination – even revealing all the nearby electric charging points at the touch of a button.



"The small SUV market is more crowded and competitive than ever, though, so if this all-new Mokka is to succeed, it needs to be a more complete package. Vauxhall certainly hasn’t pulled any punches on the new car’s styling, since the Mokka not only marks a radical shift away from what’s gone before, but also introduces a whole new design language for the company. This is most evident at the front, where an all-new grille and headlight treatment - dubbed Vauxhall Vizor - makes its debut. There’s a lot of influence from the well-received GT X Experimental concept, too, giving the Mokka a distinct crossover look. It’s actually slightly a centimetre or so shorter than the old model, but smaller front and rear overhangs mean that the wheelbase is able to stretch, albeit by just two millimetres."

Reference: Autoexpress.co.uk