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autoviva2014-10-07 11:08:14

Opel Mokka gets new 1.6 CDTI engine

Debut took place at the Paris Motor Show

 
 
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The Mokka gets the 136hp version of the 1.6 CDTI engine, belonging to the new family of engines from the German brand

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has just unveiled a new engine for the MokkaMokka Gen.1Opel Mokka Gen.1Germany, 2012 > present55 versions
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, the compact SUV has sold over 275 000 units since it was released making it a bestseller of the German brand. The new turbodiesel engine equipped with the 1.6 CDTI version debuted at the Paris Motor Show and will hit the market in early 2015.

The Mokka gets the 136hp version of the 1.6 CDTI engine, belonging to the new family of engines from the German brand. Compared to the 1.7-liter versionMokka 1.7 CDTI Cosmo FWDOpel Mokka 1.7 CDTI Cosmo...Germany, 2012 > present1 photo
it replaces, this engine offers more 6hp and 20Nm more torque (320Nm), with increased displacemente as well as consumptions.

Thanks to these values ​​the vehicle shows an acceleration from 0 to 100km/h in 9.9 seconds and a top speed of 191km/h. Using new, more efficient technologies, a manual six-speed gearbox and Start/Stop system the new Mokka 1.6 CDTI consumes on average 4.1 liters of diesel per 100km, with emissions of 109g/km. This also allows the new version to comply to the Euro 6 emissions standard.

Pre-orders of the new Mokka 1.6 CDTI will open later this year and the first units will arrive to Opel dealers in early 2015.

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