Tag: Opel Mokka

BMW iX3 Excells On Euro NCAP’s Latest Highway Assist Tests, Toyota Yaris Doesn’t

Most of the cars these days come equipped with a large number of driver assistance features designed to make highway driving safer and less stressful. After conducting highway-assisted driving tests in 2018 and 2020, Euro NCAP came back this year to check how good those systems are in reality. From the cars tested in 2021, only the […]

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Vauxhall/Opel Mokka-e VXR/OPC Confirmed For 2022, But It Won’t Get More Power

Vauxhall and sister brand Opel will finally bring back the VXR/OPC badge with a sportier version of the Mokka-e. The model is reportedly two years away, and while it might seem that they’re looking to offer a zero-emission alternative to the agile Volkswagen T-Roc R and Hyundai Kona N, it seems that more power isn’t […]

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Take A Comprehensive Tour Of The 2021 Opel / Vauxhall Mokka And Mokka-e

Opel’s British doppelganger Vauxhall has dropped new photos and a video product walk around of its all-new Mokka and Mokka-e in UK specification. Available to order in Britain for more than a month now, the subcompact crossovers have starting prices of £20,735 for the ICE-powered Mokka and £30,840 for the all-electric Mokka-e (after the Government […]

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Opel Details Available Lighting Tech, Adaptive IntelliLux LED Matrix Units Stand Out

From the Corsa to the Astra and the flagship Insignia, most modern-day Opel / Vauxhall models now come equipped with high-performance IntelliLux LED matrix lights, available now on the new Mokka and Mokka-e as well. Meanwhile, the likes of the Grandland X and the new Opel Crossland get full LED headlights with numerous automatic functions. […]

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2021 Vauxhall Mokka Priced From £20,735, Mokka-e EV Costs At Least £30,840

Order books in the UK are officially open for the all-new 2021 Vauxhall Mokka and Mokka-e, with first customer deliveries scheduled for April of next year. The new Mokka will cost you at least £20,735 ($26,560) in entry-level SE trim, while the fully electric Mokka-e will set you back north of £30,840 ($39,500) in SE […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Reveal 2021 Mokka’s ICE Lineup, Sporty GS Line / SRi Trim

Following the all-new Mokka-e EV’s June unveiling, Opel and Vauxhall have revealed the internal combustion engine variants of their subcompact crossover. From a styling perspective, it’s almost impossible to differentiate the ICE-powered Mokka from the electric Mokka-e, with the only notable modifications being the addition of tailpipe trims and the lack of ‘e’ badges. The […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Debut 2021 Mokka In All-Electric Guise With 200-Mile Range

The all-new Opel / Vauxhall Mokka subcompact crossover is finally here and it debuts in all-electric Mokka-e guise. It’s the first-ever model from the Opel and Vauxhall brands to debut with fully-electric propulsion. The second-generation Mokka also debuts Opel and Vauxhall’s new progressive brand face in the form of the Vizor front fascia that will […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Tease 2021 Mokka’s Front Fascia Which All Future Models Will Get

Hardly a week goes by without Opel and Vauxhall dropping another teaser of their upcoming Mokka crossover and this week makes no exception. While last week we caught a glimpse of the vehicle’s fully digital dashboard, we now get to see the front design, which is heavily inspired by the GT X Experimental concept from […]

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Opel Teases 2021 Mokka’s ‘Pure Panel’ High-Tech Cockpit

Opel continues to tease the next-generation Mokka subcompact crossover and is now pointing our attention to the interior design. The party-piece of the cabin is the new Pure Panel featuring large displays. Opel describes the setup as “a high-tech cockpit that is both fully digital and yet focussed – ‘detoxed’”. As with most cars nowadays, […]

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