2012 Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 11 June 2012 , 09:06:22 byEmil

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Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line

Just a few days before, Vauxhall released the prices for the Mokka sub-compact SUV for the UK market. Now, the carmaker released other information according to which there will be a fourth trim line called the Tech Line. Its price was established for GBP15.995. The new Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line model will be available with three engines. The first one is a 1.6-liter petrol capable of delivering 113 horsepower, followed by a 1.4-liter turbocharged petrol set to produce 138 horsepower and there is another one, the 1.7-liter CDTi capable of developing 128 horsepower. To send the power to the wheels, the carmaker offers two gearboxes and a choice of FWD and AWD. This is not all. All Mokkas will be equipped with several safety systems and luxury elements like Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control, traction Control, Digital Media Broadcast radio, satellite navigation system and USB connectivity. All the output will be sent to the road through 18-inch alloy wheels. Vauxhall specialists also offer air conditioning and cruise control. The Mokka stands out from the crowd and expands the Tech Line range aimed at fleet customers after its launch. This is what Fleet Sales Director, James Taylor declared. The eye-catching standard features with incredible P11D values made turn the new Mokka Tech Line ready for all competitions. The highest rival of the Mokka will be the Japanese Nissan Qashqai, but the crossover might be a competitor for the Juke and Skoda Yeti. UK customers can start order the Mokka Tech Line starting right now and wait for the first units to arrive in dealerships in the fall, probably November this year.