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Vauxhall Mokka X 1.4T 4x4 - By Jonathan Crouch

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The Mokka X is a small Cossover model that Vauxhall can't afford to get wrong. Jonathan Crouch looks at the tempting 1.4 petrol Turbo 4x4 variants.

Ten Second Review

The Mokka X represents Vauxhall in the compact crossover market. Let's see how it stacks up in 1.4-litre petrol turbo form equipped with 4x4 traction.

Background

For a mainstream manufacturer, Vauxhall has been notably absent or virtually absent from quite a few profitable market niches in recent years. They've done well in the growing small crossover segment though, since launching this Mokka model in 2012. Here, we've got the upgraded Mokka X version. As before, this design scores a small victory over its arch-rival, Nissan's Juke, by more affordably offering AWD. So let's look at the 1.4T AWD derivative.

Driving Experience

The Mokka X has clearly been designed for the urban environment but that's not to say the ability to be driven off-road has been totally neglected. To this end, Vauxhall wisely offers both front and four-wheel drive chassis options to petrol people, with the all-wheel drive mechanicals we're looking at in the 1.4-litre petrol turbo model here being fully adaptive. When the vehicle's being driven on smooth, dry surfaces, all drive is sent to the front wheels for optimum efficiency but when the road surface is slippery, as much as 50 per cent of the drive is automatically diverted to the rear axle. There's not even that much of a weight penalty for choosing the four wheel drive version as the mechanicals add a mere 65kg, which isn't going to put too big a ding in emissions and economy figures. If you can stretch to it, I'd suggest that the 1.4-litre turbo petrol Mokka is possibly a better bet than the 136PS 1.6-litre CDTi diesel variant. 62mph from rest in the 4x4 version is just 9.3s away enroute to 116mph, so it's usefully rapid, and there's a healthy 200Nm of torque. It isn't an especially rewarding car to drive - the extra weight and the higher stance of the SUV genre count against it here - but then if you come to almost any car in this class expecting fun at the wheel, the truth is that you're probably going to be disappointed. Anyway, come on. Nobody buys a car of this kind and drives it like a hot hatch. The high stance that necessitates the firm damping and provokes that bodyroll is the thing that gives you that lovely raised seating position, something you'll particularly appreciate in urban driving. That's when you'll also thank Vauxhall for the lightness of the steering, which is perfectly weighted for the challenges of town terrain.

Design and Build

The Mokka's compact size - it's 4.28m long - places it in the upper part of the compact Crossover segment. In other words, in terms of exterior dimensions and cabin space, it's more Honda HR-V than Nissan Juke - but not quite Nissan Qashqai size. For this 'Mokka X' model range, British designer Mark Adams and his team tried to create a bolder look. This means a wing-shaped horizontal front grille and the dominant, sharp double-wing signature of the LED daytime running lights. At the rear is another double wing signature highlighted in the tail lamps, with LED technology an option. Vibrant new colours such as 'Amber Orange' and 'Lava Red' are also available. On the inside, the Mokka X has a smart dashboard inspired by the current Astra. In the back, the rear seats benefit from wide opening doors that simplify the fitment of a child seat, though that sharply rising waistline might restrict the view out for smaller occupants. As for luggage room, well, there's no high boot lip to negotiate and beyond it lies 356-litres of carriage space - about the same as you'd get in a MINI Countryman but 30% more than you'd get in a Nissan Juke.

Market and Model

Prices for this 1.4T AWD Mokka X start at around £27,000 -there's a premium of around £800 over the 2WD 1.4T variant. There are only two trim levels if you want the 4x4 set-up - 'Elite' or 'Elite Nav'. Standard equipment includes 18" alloy wheels, plus LED daytime running lights, front fog lights and silver roof rails on the outside. Inside the cabin, drivers will benefit from an 8-inch touch screen with Vauxhall's IntelliLink Infotainment system, as well as the innovative OnStar personal connectivity and service assistant. The two 'Elite' trim levels give you a full leather interior, heated front seats and steering wheel, plus tinted rear windows.

Cost of Ownership

As far as cost of ownership is concerned, it would be fair to call this Mokka 'class competitive'. As you'd expect these days, a start/stop system is fitted across the range (though only on manual gearbox models) to cut the engine when you don't need it, stuck in traffic or waiting at the lights. As a result, the 140PS 1.4-litre petrol turbo 4x4 Mokka we've been looking at here manages up to 36.7mpg and up to 162g/km of CO2. What else? Well, to help you get somewhere close to the quoted fuel and CO2 figures on a day-to-day basis, there's an ECO section of the trip computer that includes a gearshift indicator, shows you fuel results over the last 30 miles and offers a graphical display that's supposed to encourage eco-minded driving. What else? Well, Vauxhall being a mainstream brand, residual values aren't as strong as, for example, you'd get from a rival Honda HR-V, but the Mokka X claws the advantage back with modest cost of options and very affordable servicing you can budget for with a range of pre-paid servicing plans. There's an unremarkable, but potentially extendable, three year 60,000 mile warranty.

Summary

There's a lot of promise about the Vauxhall Mokka X. It looks good, it's well equipped and it offers buyers a number of well thought out options. Some may be disappointed that pricing wasn't a bit lower and although the design is handsome, it's not what you'd call head turning. Still, it looks to be one of those car shapes that will age very well while more radical competitors date rapidly. Vauxhall has had the benefit of coming late to this compact crossover segment and has watched the market mature a little, shaking out some credible rivals along the way. All of them will have to take this car very seriously indeed, a design possibly at its most appealing in the 1.4-litre petrol turbo AWD form we've been looking at here.

Vauxhall Mokka X - By Jonathan Crouch

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A small, trendy little SUV model can also be a practical choice. If you doubt that, take a drive in Vauxhall's Mokka X. Jonathan Crouch checks it out.

Ten Second Review

Vauxhall's Mokka X was the first model to introduce the 'X' segment identifier for Vauxhall SUVs and sits between the Crossland X and the Grandland X in the company's current range. It's versatile, capable and practical, plus it comes with impressive connectivity, a smart cabin and the option of the kind of 4WD system that's often lacking in this sector.

Background

Vauxhall's Mokka has done good business for the Griffin brand in its growing compact SUV Crossover segment. Over half a million examples of this Korean built contender have found homes across Europe since its original launch in 2013. But time moves on and so has the competition. This car faces a much stronger challenge now than it did at its original launch. Hence the introduction in 2016 of the Mokka X model range we're going to look at here. The changes made to create this Mokka X design from the original Mokka model weren't too far reaching. Buyers got a smarter front end, plus inside, an upgraded cabin which features Vauxhall's clever 'OnStar' connectivity system. Under the bonnet, the car gets the brand's efficient, 1.6-litre CDTi 'whisper diesel' engine, plus a perky 1.4-litre petrol unit. A Vauxhall then, that is in every way a car of its time, very much chiming with the new face of a changing brand. Let's try it.

Driving Experience

Mokka X buyers are people likely to be enthusiasts for life rather than for cars. So they may not care that this car isn't quite as sharp and wieldy as a rival Nissan Juke, nor does it have the 'big SUV' polish of a comparable Honda HR-V. Instead, there's a potentially pleasing compromise between the two. Under the bonnet, there are two engine options. You'll need the 140PS 1.4-litre turbo petrol unit if you want the option of 4WD and automatic transmission. If you're happy with front wheel drive and a stick shift, then arguably a better all-round choice is the 1.6-litre CDTi diesel, which puts out 136PS. It's capable of a top speed of around 117mph and rest to sixty in around 10.3s. You get a lot more pulling power with this unit - 320Nm in all. Every Mokka X is theoretically capable of towing a braked trailer of up to 1200kg in weight, but this diesel variant is the only one that'll really take such a task in its stride. As you might expect, the AWD system provided on petrol versions of this car is a simple one - one of those fully adaptive set-ups that reacts to the surface you're driving over. So there are no knobs and levers: just a set of sensors that constantly monitor things like your steering angle, the wheel speeds, the throttle pedal position and the engine revs. Based on all this data, the electronic torque transfer device that controls the whole system will always know when extra traction is required, at which point it will automatically and seamlessly send up to 50% of the engine's torque from the front to the rear axle.

Design and Build

The Mokka's compact size - it's 4.28m long - places it in the upper part of the compact Crossover segment. In other words, in terms of exterior dimensions and cabin space, it's more Skoda Yeti than Nissan Juke - but not quite Nissan Qashqai size. For this improved 'Mokka X' model range, British designer Mark Adams and his team have tried to create a bolder look. This means a wing-shaped horizontal front grille and the dominant, sharp double-wing signature of the LED daytime running lights. At the rear is another double wing signature highlighted in the tail lamps, with LED technology an option. Vibrant new colours such as 'Amber Orange' and 'Lava Red' are also available. On the inside, the Mokka X has a completely new dashboard inspired by the latest Astra. Otherwise, it's much as it was. In the back, the rear seats benefit from wide opening doors that simplify the fitment of a child seat, though that sharply rising waistline might restrict the view out for smaller occupants. As for luggage room, well, there's no high boot lip to negotiate and beyond it lies 356-litres of carriage space - about the same as you'd get in a MINI Countryman but 30% more than you'd get in a Nissan Juke.

Market and Model

So, this Mokka X is a small, trendily-styled five-door little SUV/Crossover isn't it? Well yes. So it'll be priced directly against the other car we tend of think of in this market sector, Nissan's Juke, won't it? Well, no. Vauxhall points out - correctly - that their car is a significantly larger thing - hence the price span for the range that lies in the £23,000 to £27,000 bracket. You'll need around £27,000 for the least expensive 4x4 Mokka X model. As well as the extra space, you get more kit than you would on more compact small SUVs like Nissan's Juke and Renault's Captur. There's a choice of six trim levels, 'Active', 'Design Nav', 'Griffin', 'Griffin Plus', 'Elite' and 'Elite Nav'. Standard equipment on the mid-range 'Design Nav' models most will choose is impressive and includes 18" alloy wheels on most models, plus LED daytime running lights, front fog lights and silver roof rails on the outside. Inside the cabin, drivers will benefit from an 8-inch touch screen with Vauxhall's IntelliLink Infotainment system, as well as the innovative OnStar personal connectivity and service assistant. The top 'Elite' trim levels include a full leather interior, heated front seats and steering wheel, plus tinted rear windows.

Cost of Ownership

The 136PS 1.6-litre CDTi diesel is the unit you'd probably ideally want and it returns a very class-competitive set of stats - up to 58.9mpg and 127g/km of CO2. The picture's not quite so rosy when it comes to petrol power. The 140PS 1.4 petrol unit manages up to 43.5mpg and 150g/km in front-driven form; or 40.4mpg and 162g/km with auto transmission. A 1.4 petrol 4x4 manual Mokka X manages 39.2mpg and 167g/km. What else? Well, Vauxhall being a mainstream brand, residual values aren't as strong as, for example, you'd get from a rival Honda HR-V, but the Mokka X claws the advantage back with modest cost of options and very affordable servicing you can budget for with a range of pre-paid servicing plans. There's an unremarkable, but potentially extendable, three year 60,000 mile warranty.

Summary

Not too long ago, it was hard to think of a more conventional brand than Vauxhall. But that was then. Here's how the company is thinking now: looks a lot more appealing doesn't it? True, this Mokka X still isn't the most dynamic car of its kind: Nor is it as affordable as some might expect - but that's only an issue if your comparison is with something smaller, much less well equipped and probably more feebly powered. Look clearly though, as we've tried to do here, at what you actually get for what you actually pay and the Mokka X makes fashionable sense. With styling and size almost perfectly pitched, 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. The kind of car Vauxhall needs to make. For a more fashionable future.

Vauxhall Mokka X - Fashionable little Crossovers are all the rage at present. June Neary looks at Vauxhall's entrant in this market, the Mokka X

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Fashionable little Crossovers are all the rage at present. June Neary looks at Vauxhall's entrant in this market, the Mokka X

Will It Suit Me?

Small Crossovers should be fun and fashionable but that doesn't mean they can't also be versatile, capable and practical too. Like Vauxhall's little Mokka X? Perhaps. Here's the new face of this changing brand and it's one you might very well find yourself growing to like. I thought I'd try it.

Practicalities

With the Mokka X, the designers have tried to bring buyers the manoeuvrability of a little Nissan Juke with a lot of the space of the family-sized Nissan Qashqai. If you don't think they've pulled it off and need something bigger, then your Vauxhall sales person will direct you towards the slightly larger Crossland X model on the other side of the showroom. For me though, the Mokka X's sizing is about right. It certainly felt nippy and easy to park and my passengers weren't too squashed in the back. In terms of aesthetics, for this car, British designer Mark Adams and his team tried to create a bolder look. This means a wing-shaped horizontal front grille and the dominant, sharp double-wing signature of the LED daytime running lights. At the rear is another double wing signature highlighted in the tail lamps, with LED technology an option. Vibrant new colours such as 'Amber Orange' and 'Lava Red' are also available. On the inside, the Mokka X has a completely new dashboard inspired by the latest Astra. I liked it. In the back, the rear seats benefit from wide opening doors that simplify the fitment of a child seat, though that sharply rising waistline might restrict the view out for smaller occupants. As for luggage room, well, there's no high boot lip to negotiate and beyond it lies 356-litres of carriage space - about 30% more than you'd get in a Nissan Juke.

Behind the Wheel

And on the road? Wel no, it isn't as sharp and wieldy as a rival Nissan Juke, nor does it have the 'big SUV' polish of a comparable Skoda Yeti, but a pleasing compromise between the two should please most potential buyers. Under the bonnet, there are three main engine options, the most affordable, as ever, being the least desirable of the trio, the 2WD-only 115PS petrol 1.6-litre variant which, with only 155Nm of torque, needs to be rowed along a little with the gear lever - a stick that only offers you five speeds. A better bet for petrol people is the Mokka X I tried, the 140PS 1.4-litre turbo now also available with 152PS if you go for a top-spec AWD model with auto transmission. The most practical engine choice though is the one most buyers will probably select, the 130PS 1.7-litre CDTi diesel capable of a top speed of around 116mph and rest to sixty in around 10s. You get all the main mechanical choices with this unit - so you can specify your car with 6-speed manual or automatic transmission and with or without 4WD. Perhaps more importantly, you get a lot more pulling power - 300Nm in all. Every Mokka is theoretically capable of towing a braked trailer of up to 1200kg in weight, but this diesel variant is the only one that'll really take such a task in its stride. If that's the kind of thing you're going to be doing regularly, then you'll want to specify the AWD system, one of those fully adaptive set-ups that reacts to the surface you're driving over. So there are no knobs and levers: just a set of sensors that constantly monitor things like your steering angle, the wheel speeds, the throttle pedal position and the engine revs. Based on all this data, the electronic torque transfer device that controls the whole set-up will always know when extra traction is required, at which point it will automatically and seamlessly send up to 50% of the engine's torque from the front to the rear axle.

Value For Money

So, this Mokka X is a small, trendily-styled five-door little SUV/Crossover isn't it? Well yes. So it'll be priced directly against the other car we tend of think of in this market sector, Nissan's Juke, won't it? Well, no. Vauxhall points out - correctly - that their car is a significantly larger thing - hence the price span for the range that lies in the £17,500 to £27,000 bracket. To put that into perspective for you, that means you'll be probably be paying a price premium of around £3,000 for this Mokka X over an equivalent Juke. You'll need around £20,000 for the least expensive AWD Mokka X model. As well as the extra space, you get more kit than you would on that Nissan. There's a choice of four trim levels, 'Active', 'Design Nav', Elite' and 'Elite Nav'. Standard equipment on the mid-range 'Design Nav' models most will choose is impressive and includes 18" alloy wheels on most models, plus LED daytime running lights, front fog lights and silver roof rails on the outside. Inside the cabin, drivers will benefit from an 8-inch touch screen with Vauxhall's IntelliLink Infotainment system, as well as the innovative OnStar personal connectivity and service assistant. 'Elite Nav' is the top-of-the-range trim and adds a full leather interior, heated front seats and steering wheel, plus tinted rear windows.

Could I Live With One?

Yes. I can see why people like cars of this kind. They're fashionable, practical and easy to get to grips with. You get a high seating position and a big boot. Plus the Mokka X is 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. It's the kind of car Vauxhall needs to make.

Entertainment

  • 6 speakers
  • Bose premium sound system (£595.00)

Trim - Leather

  • Jasmin leather - Jet black (£0.00)
  • Jasmin leather - Morello Red (£0.00)

Body Glass

  • Dark tinted rear windows (£285.00)

Driver Aids

  • Rear view camera (£285.00)

Exterior Body Features

  • Solid paint
  • Two-coat metallic paint (£575.00)
  • Brilliant paint (£285.00)
  • Two coat Premium paint (£655.00)
  • Tri coat premium paint (£725.00)
  • Power tilt and slide glass sunroof with manually operated sunblind (£505.00)

Paint - Special

  • Special paint - Brilliant Summit white (£285.00)
  • Premium tri coat - Abalone white (£725.00)
  • Two coat premium paint - Darkmoon blue (£655.00)
  • Two coat premium paint - Amber orange (£655.00)
  • Two coat premium paint - Velvet red (£655.00)

Wheels - Alloy

  • 19" 5 twin spoke alloy wheels (£610.00)
  • 17" Silver alloy wheels
  • 18" 10 spoke black alloy wheels (£385.00)
  • 18" diamond cut bi-colour alloy wheels (£385.00)

Paint - Metallic

  • Two coat metallic - Sovereign silver (£575.00)
  • Two coat metallic - Satin steel grey (£575.00)
  • Two coat metallic - Mineral black (£575.00)

Exterior Lights

  • LED tail lights (£200.00)
  • Premium LED Adaptive Forward Lighting (£1,160.00)

Wheels - Spare

  • Tyre inflation kit
  • Steel emergency spare wheel (£110.00)

Paint - Solid

  • Solid - Aegean blue (£0.00)

Fuel Consumption - ICE

  • EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
  • EC Urban (mpg): 32.8
  • EC Extra Urban (mpg): 48.7
  • EC Combined (mpg): 41.5
  • WLTP - MPG - Low - Min: 25.4
  • WLTP - MPG - Low - Max: 25.2
  • WLTP - MPG - Medium - Min: 37.2
  • WLTP - MPG - Medium - Max: 36.7
  • WLTP - MPG - High - Min: 41.5
  • WLTP - MPG - High - Max: 40.9
  • WLTP - MPG - Extra High - Min: 33.6
  • WLTP - MPG - Extra High - Max: 33.2
  • WLTP - MPG - Comb - Min: 34.9
  • WLTP - MPG - Comb - Max: 34.4
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - Min: 11.1
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - Max: 11.2
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - Min: 7.6
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - Max: 7.7
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High - Min: 6.8
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High - Max: 6.9
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High - Min: 8.4
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High - Max: 8.5
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - Min: 8.1
  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - Max: 8.2

General

  • Coin Series: Elite Nav
  • Coin Description: T
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
  • Safety Concerns?: False
  • Special Edition: False
  • Special Order: False
  • Based On ID: N
  • Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 14E
  • Service Interval Mileage: 20000
  • Service Interval Frequency - Months: 12
  • Timing Belt Interval Mileage: 100000
  • Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months: 72
  • NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: N
  • NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: N
  • NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: N
  • NCAP Safety Assist %: N
  • NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: N
  • Badge Power: 140
  • Badge Engine CC: 1.4
  • Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Performance

  • 0 to 62 mph (secs): 10.1
  • Top Speed: 119
  • Engine Power - BHP: 140
  • Engine Power - PS: True
  • 0 to 60 mph (secs): False
  • Engine Power - KW: 103
  • Engine Power - RPM: 4900
  • Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 148
  • Engine Torque - NM: 200
  • Engine Torque - RPM: 1850
  • Engine Torque - MKG: 20.4

Engine and Drive Train

  • CC: 1364
  • Cylinders: 4
  • Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
  • Number of Valves: 16
  • Camshaft: DOHC
  • Fuel Delivery: TURBO INJECTION
  • Catalytic Convertor: True
  • Engine Layout: FRONT TRANSVERSE
  • Transmission: SEMI-AUTO
  • Gears: 6 SPEED

Tyres

  • Tyre Size Front: 215/60 R17
  • Tyre Size Rear: 215/60 R17
  • Tyre Size Spare: TYRE REPAIR KIT
  • Wheel Type: 17" ALLOY
  • Wheel Style: N
  • Alloys?: True
  • Space Saver?: False

Weight and Capacities

  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 1843
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 54
  • Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 1300
  • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 500
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 356
  • No. of Seats: 5
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 1305

Vehicle Dimensions

  • Length: 4271
  • Width: 1781
  • Wheelbase: 2555
  • Width (including mirrors): 2035
  • Height: N
  • Height (including roof rails): 1658

Emissions - ICE

  • CO2 (g/km): 157
  • Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6
  • HC+NOx: N
  • Particles: N

Fuel Economy

  • 43.5 MPG (Combined)
  • 33.6 MPG (Urban)
  • 52.3 MPG (Extra Urban)
Fuel Tank Size: 54 Litres

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