Targeting UK business and fleet drivers, the new Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line version will come with a wide range of equipment and low running coasts, according to Vauxhall.
As one of the higher-specification versions of the compact, five-seat, mini-SUV, the new Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line comes with satellite navigation, digital radio, Bluetooth, USB connectivity and cruise control as standard.
Air conditioning and 18″ alloy wheels are also included in the Vauxhall Mokka Tech Line prices, which is £15,995 from its launch in November 2012.
The Corsa-based SUV measures just 4.28 metres in length but offers up to 1,362 litres of load space with the rear seats folded.
Vauxhall says the car has 19 storage locations, including roof rails to carry more luggage on the roof.
The Tech Line model, which can be ordered now, comes with a choice of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and with a manual or automatic transmission.
It also includes three engine options, two petrol and a diesel, with CO2 emissions as low as 124g/km. This will impact on road tax and company car tax for business users, says Vauxhall.
All three engines come with stop-start technology and all models come with a lifetime warranty up to 100,000 miles as Vauxhall targets the Nissan Juke in the burgeoning compact SUV market.
Vauxhall says the new Mokka will come with ‘an array of eye-catching standard features’. James Taylor, Vauxhall Fleet Sales Director, added: “Mokka expands our Tech Line range aimed at fleet customers after its launch earlier this year with Astra and Insignia.”
The new Vauxhall Mokka is available to order now from Perrys Vauxhall dealerships.