With the new Vauxhall Mokka you’ll feel the superior ride and handling from the outset. Great attention to detail and exhaustive testing mean it feels just as good as it looks.
Five Star NCAP Rating: thanks to its advanced safety features and design quality, the Mokka has been awarded five stars by independent consumer organisation Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Programme). The Mokka scored highly in all five safety categories tested by Euro NCAP. Scoring maximum points in the safety assist category, the Mokka becomes one of only a handful of cars on sale in Europe to be given such a strong test rating.
Vauxhall SAFETEC is a fully comprehensive safety system. It integrates and synchronises all aspects of active and passive safety for maximum security in any situation.
Every Vauxhall vehicle starts life with a rigid safety frame. To this we add energy-absorbent bumper systems with crash boxes at the front and back, progressively deformable structures and high-tensile, steel side-protection bars. The new Vauxhall Mokka meets all pedestrian safety standards.
A major advantage of Vauxhall technology is minimised deformation damage in low speed impacts, keeping down repair costs. The new Vauxhall Mokka also meets Research Council for Accident Repairs (RCAR) standards to reduce damage and deformation in low-speed collisions, reducing insurance costs in several European countries.
Other passive safety systems include smart seatbelt reminders front and rear, dual pre-tensioned front seatbelts, and front side and curtain airbags. A pedal-release system also protects against lower leg and foot injuries in major impacts. For child safety, you can deactivate the front passenger airbag and there are Isofix child seat mountings on the two outer rear seats.
With the Navi 600, the navigation map data and point-of-interest information is stored on an SD memory card, which comes with navigation data at street level for the UK, Ireland and major roads across Europe. As well as fastest and shortest route, you can set the most economical route, taking parameters such as roof load and an attached trailer into account.
MP3 capability, USB, auxillary-in and Bluetooth are standard, as is DMB. The Navi 600 has the same audio specifications as the CD 450.
The CD 400 system has Bluetooth for mobile phone connection, and audio streaming and USB for external mobile devices as standard. DMB is standard.
The CD 400 has a double tuner for best traffic message channel (TMC) reception. There are six premium speakers and a graphic display to control the integrated dynamic sound processor. Aux-in for external audio devices. The CD 400 also includes digital media broadcast (DMB) radio.
Controlled by speed, steering input, and electronics, the Mokka’s advanced Adaptive Forward Lighting (AFL+) system automatically selects from nine different headlight patterns, each designed to provide optimum illumination without dazzling other drivers.
Get the Sight Pack for the new Vauxhall Mokka and benefit from a high beam assistance system for bi-xenon headlamps. This uses its own camera (or the Vauxhall camera system if fitted) to automatically switch from dipped to high beam in response to preceding and oncoming traffic. It boosts safety by reducing the avoidable driver distraction of manual high-beam dipping.
The highly advanced Vauxhall camera system in the new Mokka has three functions: traffic-sign assistant (TSA), lane-departure warning (LDW) and forward-collision alert (FCA).
The TSA in the Mokka uses a new camera that provides a higher detection rate and extended functionality. Its high-frequency image exposure technology and an image processor with significantly higher processing power enable it to carry out more than one operation at a time. In addition to explicit speed limits, the new system also detects and displays signs related to speed limits (snow, rain, etc).
Vauxhall’s camera system also observes lane marking lines so that the LDW activates when the car crosses a line without signalling. An audible warning and a sign in the instrument panel lets you know immediately when you start to drift off line.
The FCA is active above walking speed and warns you whenever a frontal collision is possible.
Off-road, you can use the Descent Control System (DCS) to control your speed on extreme downhill gradients without having to brake. Hill Start Assist (HSA) does exactly what the name says, so you can start and park easily on hills without using the handbrake. For a few seconds it automatically holds the brakes for you, to stop you rolling backwards or forwards.
You're high up in the new Vauxhall Mokka, so you get a clear view of the area behind the car when you reverse. With the optional rear-view camera, you quickly get used to looking forward at your navigation screen instead of straining your back.
The start/stop system saves fuel and lowers emissions. It stops the engine when the car comes to a standstill with the transmission in neutral, and starts it again instantly as soon as you press down the clutch pedal. You can activate and deactivate the system using a button on the instrument panel.
Start/stop uses an enhanced alternator, starter, and a specific battery. It’s fitted as standard on all manual transmissions.
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^£29,995 on-the-road cost for Ampera includes £5,000 Plug-in Car Grant.