The new Opel Mokka crossover has launched in South Africa in two trim ranges at a beginning value of R469,900, whereas the extra premium choice the GS Line begins at R519,900.
The Mokka Elegance and Mokka GS Line are each powered by the identical powertrain and are differentiated by distinctive exterior styling and inside options.
The Mokka’s engine can ship 96kW of energy and 230Nm of torque with gasoline consumption of 5.3L/100km within the extra-urban cycle and 6.1L/10km when within the mixed cycle, stated Opel.
Despite the Opel Mokka Elegance and GS Line sharing the identical engine, they differ barely in design, with the GS Line providing an even bigger contact display screen and built-in navigation.
Inside the cabin, commonplace gear consists of heated entrance seats, local weather management, daytime operating lights, a multifunction steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers, and computerized lights.
Additionally, the vary affords blind-spot detection, hill-start help, ahead brake help with pedestrian detection, velocity signal recognition, lane hold help, and driver consideration alert.
On the pricier GS Line, house owners get a bigger 10-inch central show with built-in navigation, a 12-inch driver’s show, leather-based upholstery, electrical lumbar help for the driving force seat, keyless entry and begin, energetic lane-keep help with departure warnings, adaptive cruise management, and ahead collision avoidance.
BusinessTech checked out different new SUVs South Africans should buy for round R500,000 in addition to their gasoline consumption and energy:
Chery Tiggo 8 Pro 1.6TGDI 290T Distinction – R496,900
Subaru Forester 2.0i – R496,000
Renault Koleos 2.5 Expression – R494,400
Mazda CX-5 2.0 Active (Manual) – R493,100
Nissan X-Trail 2.0 Visia – R491,500
Kia Sportage 1.6GDI Ignite – R479,995
Haval H6 2.0T Luxury – R476,900
Hyundai Tucson 2.0 Premium – R519,900
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5T GLS – R511,995