2014 Opel Mokka

1.7 CDTI SC 130PS


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ABS Brakes, Power Steering, Traction Control

Make: Opel
Model: Mokka
Year: 2014
Price: €14,995
Mileage: 38,511 miles
61,976 km
Fuel type: Diesel
Engine size: 1.7
Colour Blue
Body: SUV
Owners: 2
Transmission: Manual
Tax Due Date: July 2018
Annual Road Tax: €200
Green Rating:
Max Speed: 116 MPH
0-62 mph: 10 seconds
Engine Power: 130 BHP
NCAP Safety Rating:
NCT Due Date: June 2018
Last update: 23/04/2018
0 - 62 MPH: 10.00 seconds
Max speed: 116 MPH
Engine size: 1686 cc
Number of cylinders: 4
Valves: 16
Engine power: 130 BHP @ 4000 rpm
Engine torque: 300 Nm @ 2000 rpm
Number of gears: 6
Drive: Information not available
Max trailer weight braked: 1200 kg
Max trailer weight unbraked: 500 kg
Engine: 1,686 cc 1.7 litres in-line 4 engine with 79.0 mm bore, 86.0 mm stroke, 16.5 compression ratio, double overhead cam and four valves per cylinder
Compressor: Turbo-charger
Fuel system: Fuel system: common rail diesel
Power steering: Type speed proportional power steering
Suspension: Independent strut front suspension with anti-roll bar and coil springs, semi-independent torsion beam rear suspension with coil springs
Transmission: Manual six-speed transmission with shift lever on floor manual
Fuel consumption (town): 52 MPG
Fuel consumption (country): 71 MPG
Fuel consumption (combined): Information not available
Emissions: 120 g/km
Annual road tax: €200
Tax band: A4
Green rating:
Cost of filling the tank*: €66
Cost of 100 miles of combined driving*: Information not available
Reliability rating: Information not available
Intermediate service: Information not available
Main service: Information not available
Doors: 4
Height: 1658 mm
Width: 1777 mm
Length: 4278 mm
Wheelbase: 2555 mm
Ground clearance: 131 mm
Front track: 1540 mm
Rear track: 1540 mm
Front headroom: 1005 mm
Rear headroom: 985 mm
Front leg room: 1037 mm
Rear leg room: 908 mm
Gross weight: 1749 kg
Kerb weight: 1354 kg
Fuel tank: 52 litre, 11.4 UK gallon main fuel tank
Boot / load capacity: Information not available
Euro NCAP safety (overall):
Euro NCAP safety (adult occupant): Information not available
Euro NCAP safety (child occupant): Information not available
Euro NCAP safety (pedestrian): Information not available
Disc brakes: Four disc brakes including two ventilated discs
ABS: Yes
Electronic traction control: Yes
Head restraints: Two head restraints on front seats with height adjustment, three head restraints on rear seats with height adjustment
Front seat belts: Height adjustable seat belt with pre-tensioners on drivers seat and front passenger seat
Rear seat belts: Seat belt on driver side rear seat, seat belt on passenger side rear seat, 3-point seat belt on central rear seat
Stability control: Stability controlsystem
Isofix preparation: Information not available
Front airbag: Information not available
Side airbag: Information not available
Electronic brake distribution: Information not available
Brake assist system: Information not available

Opel Mokka (12 - present)

The Opel Mokka was introduced into a fiercely competitive SUV/crossover market in mid-2012 to compete with the likes of the Nissan Juke, Kia Sportage, and Skoda Yeti. It was a brand new model and has made a name for itself in this cut-throat segment. The chunky, bulky looks and high ground clearance give it a serious road presence and make it look significantly bigger. It is a practical, well-built car with a good level of standard equipment and safety kit. Materials are durable, robust, and for the most part good quality. There’s plenty of space in the cabin and it is capable of carrying five and storing their luggage in a large boot. It is a decent car to drive with plenty of pep in the engines and a nice sporty feel to the chassis. It does have some off-roading ability with the 4x4 versions. The supportive seating and higher ride height make it a stand out choice for those after a comfortable drive.

A facelift in 2016 saw it renamed the Mokka X and get a much needed interior makeover, as well as a new engine line up and a wider choice of colours.

Look out for

•  There were some reports of the odd electrical glitch, check everything works

What we like

•  Easy, comfortable car to drive

•  There’s a good choice of peppy yet efficient engines

•  Doesn’t cost a fortune to keep on the road

•  The interior is spacious and versatile

•  Has fairly decent off-road capability in the 4X4 guise

What we don't like

•  The centre console isn't the most user-friendly in the pre-facelift models

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