New Mokka Tech Line SUV for company-car drivers

14-Jun-2012

Vauxhall Mokka SUV

Our fourth trim line for the Mokka SUV, aimed at company car drivers, is called Tech Line and costs £15,995. Mokka launches later in 2012 but you can order the Mokka Tech Line now. First cars will arrive in UK showrooms in November.

 

Mokka Tech Line offers exceptional levels of standard spec, combined with low P11D prices and attractive benefit-in-kind charges. Tech Line models can already be found in the Astra and Insignia model ranges.

 

Despite its compact 4.28 metre length, the Mokka Tech Line can accommodate five adults in comfort. And, like all Vauxhall passenger cars, the Mokka comes with a Lifetime Warranty.

About the Mokka Tech Line

The Mokka comes with very generous levels of standard equipment, including the Navi 600 satellite navigation system, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, 18-inch alloy wheels and cruise control. This is on top of air conditioning, a descent-control system, aux-in and a multi-function trip computer.

 

Three engines, ranging in power from 115 to 140PS, are available for the Mokka Tech Line. The 1.6-litre petrol produces 115PS and 155Nm of torque, and with its standard start/stop system delivers a combined 43.5mpg. With 140PS, the 1.4-litre turbo is the Mokka’s most powerful petrol engine and brings with it standard four-wheel drive and sub-150g CO2 emissions.

 

The Mokka has a choice of two diesel models, both of which use our 1.7 CDTi 130PS engine, with CO2 emissions as low as 124g/km. In front-wheel drive form, the 1.7 CDTi is available with a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission, and with all-wheel drive the Mokka comes with the six-speed manual only. Like the petrol-powered cars, all manual models have our fuel-saving start/stop system as standard.

 

“An array of eye-catching standard features paired with exceptional P11D values make the new Mokka Tech Line really stand out from the competition,” said James Taylor, Fleet Sales Director.

Front- or four-wheel drive transmissions

The Mokka has been designed to perform efficiently in urban environments, but with the ability to be driven off-road when the need arises. Both front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models are available, with the all-wheel drive (AWD) system being fully adaptive. When the vehicle is driven on smooth, dry surfaces all drive is sent to the front wheels for maximum efficiency. But when the road surface is slippery, as much as 50 per cent of the drive automatically and seamlessly is diverted to the rear axle. The entire AWD system weighs just 65kgs, benefitting handling and fuel economy.

Driver assistance systems

Mokka Tech Line brings wide range of new technology to the small SUV segment, including a variety of state-of-the-art driver assistance systems. Our Front Camera System – first seen in the latest Insignia, and also the new Zafira Tourer – gives you access to lane-departure warning, traffic-sign recognition, forward-collision alert systems, as well as a rear-view camera, which works with park-assist sensors in the front and rear.


Standard on all Mokkas is a comprehensive package of safety systems, including electronic stability control, traction control, hill-start assist and hill-descent control. The latter determines and limits the speed of your vehicle when you're descending a steep hill, meaning that you needn't apply the brakes.

 

Vauxhall’s Advanced Adaptive Forward Lighting (AFL+) technology automatically adapts the Mokka’s lighting to suit its driving environment, whether it be motorway, country, urban, bad weather, increased full beam or cornering beam. The system is also equipped with high-beam assist, which adjusts the high beams automatically so that oncoming traffic isn’t dazzled.

Bold SUV design with generous functionality

The Mokka incorporates Vauxhall’s signature ‘blade’ on the body side, sweeping towards the rear. The Mokka’s stance is reinforced by its higher ground clearance as well as a 1540mm track and 18-inch wheels on most models.

 

Inside, the Mokka has 19 storage locations, 60:40 split rear seats, and an all-up load space of 1,372 litres with the rear seats folded down.

Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line competitor comparison 1.7 CDTi 16v (130PS) ecoFLEX start/stop

Equipment
Mokka Tech Line 1.7 CDTi 16v (130PS) ecoFLEX S/S
Nissan Qashqai Acenta
Nissan Juke Tekna 1.5D
Air conditioning
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sat nav
Yes
No
No
Auto-dim rear-view mirror
Yes
No
No
Front parking sensors
Yes
No
No
Rear parking sensors
Yes
Yes
Yes
Alloy wheels
18"
17"
17"
Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
Yes
Benefit-in-kind
Mokka Tech Line 1.7 CDTi 16v (130PS) ecoFLEX S/S
Nissan Qashqai Acenta 1.5D
Nissan Juke Tekna 1.5D
Mokka company-car driver saving
 
£601
£164
P11D
£17,445
£19,620
£17,940
CO2
124g/km
137g/km
129g/km
BiK band 2012/13/14 (%)
18 / 19 / 20
21 / 22 / 23
19 / 20 /21
Total BiK payable (20%)
£1,989
£2,590
£2,153
Fuel economy and performance
Mokka Tech Line 1.7 CDTi 16v (130PS) ecoFLEX S/S
Nissan Qashqai Acenta 1.5D
Nissan Juke Tekna 1.5D
Mokka company-car driver saving
 
£684
£277
Combined MPG
60.1
54.3
57.6
Power
130PS
110PS
110PS
Fuel cost 60,000 miles
£6,399
£7,083
£6,676