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The Vauxhall Mokka has lots of equipment and plenty of personalisation options, and there's a range of frugal and efficient engines to choose from. There are more well-rounded choices in the small SUV class, though. The Skoda Kamiq, for example, is more spacious and comfortable, while the excellent Ford Puma is more exciting to drive and should be cheaper to run.get the best price
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Step up to Elite Nav Premium for the added safety technology of blindspot monitoring along with the additional convenience of front parking sensors. You’ll also get heated front seats and steering wheel, an enlarged 10in touchscreen infotainment system and 12in digital driver display.
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With 129bhp the Mokka will accelerate from 0-60mph in a perfectly reasonable 9.1 seconds. There’s also plenty of grunt at low revs and it’ll whisk you up to motorway speeds with little stress. As standard both petrols come with a six-speed manual gearbox, but the 130 Turbo comes with the option of an eight-speed automatic.
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