The new Mokka represents many firsts for the Opel brand. The new Mokka stands out for being the first model with the brand’s future face, the Opel Visor, and a fully digital Pure Panel cockpit. Bringing together three different equipment options, Elegance, GS Line and Ultimate, with rich color and wheel options, the new Mokka also has a black hood option, a first in Turkey. The new Mokka, which can be preferred with a 130 HP 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline engine and AT8 automatic transmission combination, is offered for sale with prices starting from 365 thousand 900 TL. The highly anticipated 100% electric version of Mokka, Mokka-e, is getting ready to meet on the roads of Turkey in 2022.
It will account for 15% of sales
Alpagut Girgin, General Manager of Opel Turkey, said, “The new Mokka is a car that has dimensions that can meet all the needs of the urban population, that can be a part of daily life and that contains the elements of compactness and comfort. The New Mokka, which has been completely renewed with its design, also draws attention with its technological features.
We expect the new Mokka, which shows that it is a complete urban crossover with its dimensions, will make a great contribution to us in terms of high sales numbers. We aim for 15 percent of our total sales to come from the new Mokka in the near and future. The SUV trio of the new Mokka, Crossland and Grandland will keep Opel in the top 5 in the SUV market.
On the other hand, we also aim for Mokka and Crossland duo to lead us in the B-SUV category. We are also working on introducing our highly anticipated battery-electric models to the market next year. In this context, Mokka-e is a product that we plan to have in Turkey as of the second half of 2022”.
200km max speed
With a length of 4.15 meters, compact dimensions, living space for five and a luggage volume of 350 liters, the new Mokka clearly, clearly and boldly showcases what the new Opel models will look like during the 2020s. The 130 HP engine completes 0-100 km/h acceleration in 9.2 seconds and reaches a maximum speed of 200 km/h. According to the NEDC norm, it consumes an average of 4.9 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers and reaches a CO2 emission value of 111 g/km. The new generation gasoline engine also offers a smooth and comfortable ride in daily use with the light structure of the vehicle. This engine is accompanied by the AT8 automatic transmission with adaptive shift programs and Quickshift technology. The driver can also change gears manually with the gearshift paddles on the steering wheel.