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Opel Prices New Mokka X: €18,990 Base, €21,690 for Edition Trim

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2017 Opel Mokka X

Opel has priced its new Mokka X (ostensibly the Euro-spec 2017 Buick Encore, for all y’all Americans) starting at €18,990 and made it available to order throughout Europe. The Mokka X Edition will start at €21,690 and offer additional features including leather steering wheel, air conditioning, 17-inch alloy wheels, Opel OnStar, and Radio R 4.0 IntelliLink.

Radio R 4.0 IntelliLink and its seven-inch color touchscreen come standard for the Edition trim, giving drivers access to Opel OnStar’s plethora of features including Automatic Crash Response, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, and Destination Download. IntelliLink also offers the available functionality to connect up to seven devices to a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. Radio R 4.0 IntelliLink also offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

For an additional €950, customers can upgrade to Navi 900 InteliLink, which incorporates navigation capabilities.

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2017 Opel Mokka X

Also on the inside, Mokka X customers can upgrade to ergonomic driver and front passenger seats, with the driver seat costing €390 and both costing €685. These seats are the only ones offered in the segment with the AGR certificate of approval for its promotion of better back health. They can be incorporated into the available leather package, which costs €1,620 and adds leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, and multi-stage seat heating in the front.

Also available for the Edition trim is the new Adaptive Forward Lighting LED system, which increases safety during night-time driving and features nine different functions and lighting patterns. The AFL LED system is standard with the INNOVATION and Color INNOVATION trims.

The Mokka X is available in all-wheel drive with the line-topping 1.4-liter Direct Injection Turbo engine, starting at €26,690.

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