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Here is the entry-level Opel Mokka!

The German SUV is less sexy now

37w ago

With its innovative and original design, the new Opel Mokka introduced the brand's new stylistic identity. The all-black grille, nicknamed the Opel Vizor, gives the vehicle a certain presence and a particularly modern look. Opel opened the orders for the small SUV and also put the configurator online.

The opportunity was too big to not see the look of the entry-level model. Obviously, the entry-level Mokka is clearly not as attractive as the versions presented to the press. While the Opel Vizor is still available, the bonnet and roof no longer have a black color.

Without this contrast, the vehicle is less attractive. It is also noticeable that the 18-inch alloy wheels have given way to more basic 16-inch steel wheels. The interior is also more austere with grey and black cloth seats. The two large screens have left the dashboard too.

Instead, two smaller screens play the role of the instrument cluster and infotainment. Under the bonnet is a 1.2-litre, 100 PS, three-cylinder petrol engine. This engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The entry-level Opel Mokka is available from €20,485 (£18,695/$23,827) in Germany.

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Comments (4)

  • Brilliant job from Opel I gotta say!

      8 months ago
  • Not gonna say I like it, but if the new Astra gets the same overall design than our streets will surely be less frustrating places.

      8 months ago
  • Opel has been very sneaky with the steel wheels here because they have replaced the steel wheels with exposed brake discs

      3 months ago