The Vauxhall Mokka X is a crossover which takes on models like the Jeep Renegade, Renault Captur and Mazda CX-3
An updated version of the Mokka, the Mokka X has an updated design and improved interior
A wide range of engines are available, with the 1.4-litre petrol and 1.6-litre diesel good all-rounders
Unlike many crossovers, the Mokka X is available with four-wheel-drive, but most people won't need it
The Mokka X isn't class-leading to drive, but it offers decent comfort and grip with little body lean
Alloy wheels are fitted as standard and 19-inch designs are even available as an optional extra
LED daytime running lights are a key feature of the Mokka X, helping it stand out from the Mokka
Perhaps the biggest improvement has been the interior, which takes the iLink infotainment system from the Astra
A tall roofline and upright seats means even a taller driver and passengers can get comfortable
The central touchscreen brings Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, making it an extension of your smartphone
The Mokka X is available with a host of features, including a heated steering wheel for cold mornings
Smartphone connectivity is a big part of the Mokka X experience, so a USB port is included
The 356-litre boot in the Mokka X is rather small compared with the Captur, which can hold 455 litres
The Vauxhall Mokka X is actually just Vauxhall's name for the facelifted version of the Mokka.
Vauxhall has added the X to the Mokka's name as part of its new naming strategy, which in future will see all its SUVs badged with an X.
The Mokka X has a wider but shallower front grille, and more agressive, angular headlight clusters than the current Mokka.
The new rear light clusters are available as all-LED units.
The Mokka X has a dashboard that will be familiar to Vauxhall Astra owners, which we think has one of the best Vauxhall interiors to date.
An adaptive four-wheel-drive system operates in front-wheel-drive mode most of the time but can send up to 50% of engine power to the rear wheels if needed.
Buyers will be able to order the Mokka X in several new colours, including Lava Red and Amber Orange.
The Vauxhall Mokka X made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show back in March.
The Mokka X comes with two new engines; a 1.6-litre ‘Whisper’ diesel, as well as a new 151bhp turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol.
The Elite Nav model is the top-of-the-range Mokka X and gets leather upholstery, heated front seats and a heated steering wheel, amongst other kit.
Mokka X customers can order the car in Active, Design Nav, Elite and Elite Nav trims, with four-wheel drive as an option.
The Mokka X cuts a more imposing figure than its predecessor but it's on the inside where the car has improved the most.
All Vauxhall Mokka X models will come fitted with Vauxhall’s OnStar connected technology.
Vauxhall’s latest IntelliLink infotainment system is compatible with both Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto systems.
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