Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line 1.4 Turbo first drive review

Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line 1.4 Turbo first drive review

Two-wheel-drive turbocharged Mokka offers a compelling ownership proposition for those not fussed by outright traction, engagement or dynamics

Not everyone needs the additional traction offered by a four-wheel-drive system, and not everyone does the mileage to justify opting for a diesel.This is precisely why you can opt for the Vauxhall Mokka in lighter, less complicated two-wheel-drive form with the brand’s modern, downsized 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine.Besides a substantial saving of £1540 compared to the equivalent four-wheel-drive variant, the claimed average economy climbs from 44.1mpg to 47.1mpg. Emissions also fall, from 149g/km of CO2 to 139g/km, resulting in a £15 reduction in annual road tax costs.This particular example, in Tech Line trim, is also notable for being particularly well equipped. As standard it includes sat-nav, electric windows, a DAB radio, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control, dual-zone climate, automatic lights and wipers, and parking sensors.

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