Opel/Vauxhall Mokka is ready to bow in Geneva

Opel/Vauxhall Mokka is ready to bow in Geneva

The Geneva Motor is going to take place in March and a lot of car manufacturers are preparing for this important event of the car industry and Opel is one of them. GM's European division will present an eye-catching car, one that is supposed to be a micro-SUV, bearing the name Mokka and having an American twin called the Buick Encore. A choice of front- or all-wheel drive will be available and the AWD is not permanent because it just transmits power to the back when necessary. According to Opel's representatives, three efficient engines will provide power for the Mokka, all of them integrating fuel saving Start/Stop technology. The 1.6-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder delivering 115 HP is the base engine. However, the 140 PS 1.4-liter Turbo with 200 Nm of torque would be a much better choice. For the customers who prefer a diesel, the 130 PS 1.7 CDTI turbo with 300 Nm of torque, proves to be an excellent choice.