Mokka in SA - Opel's first compact SUV

<b>NEW MOKKA IN SA:</b> The new Mokka SUV completes a trio of new Opels (Adam and Corsa) in SA. <i>Image: Opel</i>
<b>NEW MOKKA IN SA:</b> The new Mokka SUV completes a trio of new Opels (Adam and Corsa) in SA. <i>Image: Opel</i>
  • Opel Mokka arrives end of March 2015

  • Two trim levels - Enjoy and Cosmo
  • Follows new Adam and Corsa
  • 1.4-litre turbo power

The new Opel Mokka, the automaker’s first sub-compact SUV, will make its South African debut at the end of March 2015. The new SUV follows the launch of its Adam and Corsa siblings earlier in 2015.

The Mokka range comprises two trim levels, Enjoy and Cosmo, and a choice of six-speed manual or auto.

Powering the front-wheel drive SUV is a 103kW/200Nm 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine.

IMAGE GALLERY: 2015 Opel Mokka

Christopher Cradock, Opel brand manager at GMSA, said: "The new Opel Mokka is an exciting addition to the Opel portfolio and follows the Adam and Corsa as an adaptable lifestyle option.

"The vehicle's high levels of quality, driving aids and safety technology, as well as versatility, place the Mokka firmly at the top of its segment. It is aimed at people who have an active lifestyle and a taste for adventure.

"In this regard it is perfectly matched to the aspirational lifestyles of the target groups but more than that it offers a quality alternative to those customers who live urban lifestyles and fully appreciate the high seating position, extra space, versatility and go-anywhere nature of an SUV."

Mokka Enjoy 1.4T - R288 500
Mokka Enjoy 1.4T auto - R298 500
Mokka Cosmo 1.4T - R325 500
Mokka 1.4 T Cosmo auto - R335 500

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