Mokka first-generation Mokka was a car from Opel that had different variants in terms of
engine and wheel drive system. The technical features of this vehicle are sound and
performance-oriented. It was launched in the year 2012, and the sales started for the
model year 2013. It is also available in both four-wheel and front-wheel drive systems.
Opel Mokka: First generation
For the model year 2013 it was equipped with the options of three engines: a 115 PS 113
bhp 1.6-litre petrol, a 140 PS 138 bhp 1.4-litre turbo petrol, and a 130 PS ,128 hp 1.7-litre
diesel. After these, there are some other variants also that come with 152 PS 150 bhp 1.4-
litre direct injection turbo petrol engine. To maintain safety while driving, it holds the AWD
system that provides help in preventing slip, fast starts, or tight cornering.
The core of this car is its engine and other technical specifications that provide adequate
performance as well as optimal handling of the car. With the brand new Start/Stop
technology in the automatic ones, this car is capable of providing sound options.
The incorporation of some of the significant technology makes it quite useful. The
availability of the B14XFT 1.4-litre direct injection (DI) VVT Turbo petrol engine in the year
2016 provides a nudge over other competitors. The selected models are equipped with 1.4-
litre MPI Turbo petrol and 1.7-litre CDTI diesel engines which are mated with FWD and
It is among those vehicles that hold the crux for effective performance. Those who provide
priority to the performance over all the other features can find Mokka a useful vehicle in an
affordable range. One of the innovations by Opel in this model makes it quite good. The
brand new 1.7-litre CDTI diesel engine makes it quite useful for gaining optimal