The Mokka X’s slightly raised driving position is good for forward visibility. The comparatively thin front pillars also mean you should have a good view, both out front and to the side, when approaching roundabouts and junctions.
Your over-the-shoulder view isn’t so good, because the rear window is quite small and the rear pillars are thick. The good news is every Mokka X comes with front and rear parking sensors as standard, and a rear-view camera is a relatively inexpensive option.
Back-seat passengers won’t feel hemmed in, thanks to the tall rear side windows.