2021 Vauxhall Mokka Trim Levels and Full Electric Model

Published Date: 13th Jan 2021

The radically restyled and extremely eye-catching all-new Vauxhall Mokka is available to order now.  The new model is a complete departure from its predecessor and could shake up the small SUV sector. Read on for more details of the range or you can compare all 2021 Vauxhall Mokka deals here.

2021 New Vauxhall Mokka Highlights:


Old Vauxhall Mokka vs 2021 Model Comparison images

2021 Vauxhall Mokka Exterior Styling Is Overhauled

The outgoing Mokka looked dated when compared with some of the eye-catching small to medium sized SUVs on the market, you could even say it looked more MPV than SUV. Well those days are over, enter the all-new 20121 Vauxhall Mokka, it oozes style and looks nothing like its predecessor at all.

With two tone body paint, sculpted contours, a wide stance, and a lower profile it is an all-new era for the Mokka.

The funky alloy wheels and chrome trim that sweeps around the sides and across the roof further enhance its exterior looks.

At the front, is what Vauxhall call it is new Vizor design, featuring a sleek area that stretches across the front of the vehicle integrating grille,  LED lights and the Vauxhall badge.

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Trim Line-Up Adds A Sportier SRi Option To the Mokka Line-up

Entry-level Mokka SE models get 16-inch alloy wheels, LED lights, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and driver tech like automatic emergency braking and forward collision alert.

There is no SE trim available with the full electric Mokka-e, instead the line-up starts with the SE Nav Premium trim, which adds a larger 10-inch touchscreen with navigation.

The new Mokka will be available with a sportier SRi trim for the first time, it comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, contrasting roof, exterior black gloss /chrome trim and unique black Vauxhall badges. Inside the instrument panel gets unique red trim. You also get additional tech and comfort like adaptive cruise control and heated front seats.

2021 Vauxhall Mokka exterior image

The SRi Nav Premium trim gets the larger 10-inch touchscreen with sat nav and a large 12-inch digital driver instrument cluster.  You also get front and rear parking sensors and a 180-degree camera.

Elite Nav trim gets 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, a 180-degree camera, adaptive cruise control, sat nav and heated front seats/steering wheel. Elite Nav Premium get the larger 10-inch touchscreen and the 12-inch driver instrument cluster and the addition of front parking sensors.

Top grade Ultimate Nav Mokka models get 18-inch alloy wheels, LED Matrix headlamps., keyless entry/engine start, a wireless mobile phone charger. They also get the large 10-inch touchscreen and 12-inch driver instrument cluster as standard.

Vauxhall say there will also be a limited run of a special launch edition model with extra goodies like the Park & Go pack, advanced parking assist and a full leather upholstery.

The Mokka-e full electric will be available with a simplified trim line-up.

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New Mokka interior Is More Upmarket With Upgraded Tech

2021 Vauxhall Mokka Pure Ppanel Display

For those familiar with the old Mokka you will immediately notice the new interior has been upgraded with better materials and improved finish giving it a much more upmarket feel.

Standard models get a 7-inch colour touchscreen with Android Auto/Apple CarPlay. Higher grade models get the larger 10-inch screen which looks impressive paired with the 12-inch driver instrument cluster, Vauxhall call the combination of the two widescreen displays its ‘Pure Panel’ display (pictured right).

Vauxhall Connect is also available, it includes connected services such as Emergency Call, Breakdown Call and Vehicle Status, the latter notifies the driver if the car needs repair or servicing.

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New Mokka Features More Efficient Petrol & Diesel Engines

2021 Mokka interior

Thanks to the new CMP (Common Modular Platform) the new Mokka is lighter (by 120KG) and more efficient engines mean you get improved economy and responisiveness.

The Mokka is available with a choice of two 1.2-litre petrol engines, a 99bhp paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox and a more powerful 128bhp engine that be paired with 6-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic transmission.

The entry level 99bhp covers 0-62mph in around 11 seconds while the 128bhp feels nippier of the mark doing 0-62mph in a tad over 9 seconds. Economy figures are not that much different if you drive sensibly, fuel economy can be up to 51mpg and CO2 emissions are 123-128g/km.  The 128bhp petrol engine is not available with entry-level SE trim-level models.

There a single diesel offering, a 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox which is a good choice if your clocking up a lot of miles each. Running costs are low with fuel economy up to 65mpg (combined) and low CO2 emissions of 114g/km.

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All New Mokka-e Full Electric Offers Range of 201 Miles

The all-new Mokka-e full electric is equipped with a 50kWh lithium-ion battery and a 100kW (136hp) electric motor offering 260Nm of torque.  With three drive model (Normal, Eco and Sport) Vauxhall say under WLTP tests the Mokka-e has a range of up to 201 miles.

2021 Vauxhall Mokka Full Electric

The lithium-ion battery has an 8-year or 100,000-mile warranty and supports 100kW rapid DC charging, meaning when you’re making a pit stop and time is of the essence you can get an 80% charge in just half an hour, charging at home should you should comfortably get a full charge overnight.

The all-new Vauxhall Mokka is predicted to shake up the small to medium SUV sector, the updates and redesign are such a departure and improvement on the old model that it is effectively like having a  new SUV in Vauxhall’s model line-up.

You can contact UK Car Discount on 0161 946 3500 for more information about the all-new Mokka and Mokka-e.