Business Car (September 2016)
“The Mokka X offers generous equipment levels and impressive levels of connectivity tech."
"The Mokka stands up well against its rivals on the whole-life cost front, largely thanks to its strong residual value figure of 39%.”
Auto Express (September 2016)
"It has its strengths – a generous kit list, supple ride and spacious cabin. The Mokka X now has a better interior and does now offer a more rounded package."
What Car? (September 2016)
"The Mokka X is stylish and well equipped. There should be few problems on long journeys, too, because the seat provides a decent amount of support. The heating and ventilation controls are within easy reach as well."
"The dashboard has a clean layout and is centred around a 7-inch touchscreen. The Mokka X will be a good car for families with two teenagers or three smaller children. That’s because the decent head room continues to the back seats, and while tall adults will struggle for leg room, anybody smaller should have enough."
Carwow (September 2016)
“The new Mokka X now comes with a handsome new design heavily inspired by the latest Astra.”
RAC (September 2016)
“It's versatile, capable and practical, plus now, it's better looking and comes with upgraded connectivity, a nicer cabin and more efficient, quieter diesel engines."
"It’s practical, well equipped, affordable to run and, in 4x4 form, seasonally capable too. A car with an appeal that builds as your interest in it grows.”
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